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Avidyne DFC90 cleared for integrated Skylane installations

Article | Oct 04, 2012

A supplemental type certificate announced Oct. 2 allows Avidyne DFC90 digital autopilot installations in Cessna 182-series aircraft equipped with Aspen Avionics Evolution 1000 Pro primary flight displays.

Aspen announces Connected Pilot TSO

Article | Jul 24, 2012

Aspen Avionics announced July 24 that Connected Pilot, the first in what will be a series of Connected Panel products--providing a wireless link between certified avionics in the aircraft panel and iPads or other portable smart electronic devices--has received technical standard order approval from the FAA.

Avidyne discusses GNS430 replacement

Article | Jul 23, 2012

Avidyne Corp. provided additional information about its IFD440 FMS/GPS/NAV/COM at EAA AirVenture on July 23. Designed as a plug-and-play replacement for Garmin GNS430-series navigators, Avidyne said the IFD440 can reduce installation cost and downtime for customers who want to add a touch-screen display or who are upgrading avionics to obtain Satellite-Based Augmentation Systems/Localizer Performance Vertical Guidance (SBAS/LPV) and Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) capabilities.

FreeFlight Systems lands STC for ADS-B Out

Article | Jun 20, 2012

A transceiver developed by a Texas avionics company will help keep Gulf of Mexico helicopters safely separated while flying more efficient direct routes, the company announced this month. The FreeFlight RANGR FDL-978TX is the first rule-compliant ADS-B Out system to earn a supplemental type certificate for installations in AgustaWestland AW139 helicopters, after proving capabilities in the Chevron fleet.

Hawker Beechcraft takes orders for G1000 upgrades

Article | May 31, 2012

With a supplemental type certificate now in place allowing Garmin G1000 suite installations in King Air 300/350 models, Hawker Beechcraft Services announced the first six orders are booked. The STC makes the G1000 an option throughout the King Air line.

Injury doesn't 'throttle back' pilot's drive to fly

Article | Apr 26, 2012

When Clayton Smeltz sits in the left seat of his Piper Cherokee 140, he doesn't have think about the best way to maneuver his wheelchair around obstacles or over uneven terrain. He's free.

PK Floats secures gross weight increase for Aviat models

Article | Apr 02, 2012

PK Floats Inc. has earned a supplemental type certificate allowing Aviat Husky owners with PK2250A floats to increase gross takeoff weight by 50 pounds, up to 2,250 pounds. Owner Alton Bouchard does not plan to stop there.

Restored Bell 47 returns to market

Article | Feb 13, 2012

One of Bell Helicopter's most reliable helicopters ever, the Bell 47, is in the process of returning to the market. Scott's Bell 47, a Le Sueur, Minn., company, plans to offer the helicopter first as a restored model and later hopes to place it in production. Two restored models were shown on the floor of the Heli-Expo in Dallas Feb. 12.

Direct to: Talk to your plane

Article | Feb 02, 2012

As if programming an IFR flight plan into a Garmin GNS 430W or 530W with the sound of your voice wasn't easy enough, VoiceFlight Systems has shaved yet another step for Apple iPad users.