New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
CBAA and NBAA are concerned that Ligado Canada's application to operate in L-band at 82 percent more power than the U.S. poses a safety threat.
Aviation coalition seeks more time to retrofit aircraft with radar altimeters resistant to 5G C-band interference.
Skytrac—a provider of satcom and connectivity equipment for aviation—has named Louisiana-based Arrow Aviation as an authorized service center.
The Citation Sovereign and Hawker 4000 will be able to take advantage of FANS safety services with an STC under development by Textron Aviation.
Universal Avionics' Aperture will enable pilots to use augmented reality to enhance flight deck visual imagery.
Vision Products is displaying the head-wearable PilotVision, which offers a high-resolution monocular display.
Flying fully-coupled LPV approaches is now possible in the Learjet 55C after installation of Avidyne Atlas FMSs.
Piper's M600 SLS turboprop equipped with the latest evolution of Garmin software is on display at NBAA-BACE in Orlando, Florida this week.
Aerospace group BAE is designing a lightweight, fly-by-wire system for the five-seat eVTOL vehicle being developed by Hyundai Motor subsidiary Supernal.
Falcon 7X operators now have the option of installing Garmin's GI 275 as a replacement backup electronic flight instrument.