New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
The FAA is exploring the potential of aircraft-based augmentation of global navigation satellite system signals.
Pending the latest fix, owners of aircraft affected by the potential Garmin GFC 500 runaway trim issue had to disable elevator pitch trim systems.
Southeast Aerospace designed an adapter plate for the Garmin GI 275 that it said simplifies installation.
Garmin has received FAA supplemental type certificate approval to install its GI 275 electronic flight instrument in Airbus AStar helicopters.
The STC that West Star Aviation is offering is a replacement to the original Inmarsat satcom system in the Bombardier Global Express.
A problem with Garmin's GFC 500 autopilot when equipped with auto trim may cause an uncommanded trim runaway when the autopilot is first engaged.
Skyryse's FlightOS system enables almost anyone to fly a helicopter with almost no training.
Rotor Technologies hopes to apply its remotely-operated aircraft technology to aerial firefighting.
The addition of ClearVision EVS-5000 repair capabilities at Universal Avionics in Tucson, Arizona, will open the door to additional high-tech work.
The EASA certification for the Garmin G5000 comes three years after FAA certification.