New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
Following a rollout of its application with Hungary's Wizz Air, the German company seeks to become a “main player” in the growing e-logbook market.
Startup Daedalean has outlined its path to developing self-flying aircraft by 2028.
Gulfstream received FAA approval yesterday and EASA today for a flight control software update that eliminates crosswind landing limits on the G500/600.
A report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine questions the effects of Ligado Networks on GPS receivers.
Beechcraft Baron B55s with the required autopilot and display can now be equipped with Garmin's Smart Rudder Bias.
Stevens Aerospace has completed its first G1000 NXi avionics installation under a U.S. Army C-12U/B200C King Air contract.
Lightspeed's new Delta Zulu changes the parameters of aviation headset design with new safety and audio features.
Dassault received the supplemental type certificate for Universal Avionics's InSight flight deck upgrade for the Falcon 900B.
EASA has postponed by two years a rule requiring large airplanes to be equipped with emergency locator transmitters with distress tracking capability.
Safran is negotiating with Thales to acquire its aeronautical electrical systems business.