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Summit news and product briefs

Article | Oct 11, 2012

Aero & Marine offers California use tax service Even nonresidents can be hit with a use tax for using, storing, or registering an aircraft in California, Aero & Marine Tax Professionals’ Tom Alston warned at AOPA Aviation Summit. However, many pilots who use their aircraft for business can use a commercial interstate flight hours test to avoid the tax legally, Alston said.

Summit exhibitors display new products, services

Article | Sep 07, 2012

Whether you are looking to inspect cutting-edge aircraft design, or explore the latest in aviation software, the vendor or information source for you may be just steps away in the AOPA Aviation Summit exhibit hall Oct.11 to 13.

Avionics: Time to join the fray

Pilot Magazine | Sep 01, 2012

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Dynon offers 'Pocket Panel' for GA pilots

Article | Jul 23, 2012

Until now Dynon marketing director Robert Hamilton classified pilots in two categories: pilots who thought his avionics were too inexpensive, and those who thought they were too expensive. The ones who thought they weren't expensive enough were pilots of Part 23 certificated airplanes. Now, he has a battery powered attitude indicator with internal GPS called the Dynon D1 Pocket Panel that can be used by both categories of pilots.

iPhone becomes a HUD

Article | Jul 20, 2012

The iPhone hasn’t become an indispensable flight instrument yet—but that may be changing. Hilton Software, maker of WingX Pro7 (a leading flight planning and EFB program), has converted the iPhone into a combined attitude indicator and heads-up display (HUD) that includes synthetic vision and has got to be seen to be believed.

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Article | Jul 16, 2012

At last, the long-touted benefits of the ADS-B system are beginning to arrive in general aviation cockpits--and Garmin's new GDL 39 receiver is the first to make us reconsider our earlier advice that pilots should wait until closer to the FAA's 2020 deadline to buy new equipment.