New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
FreeFlight's new ADS-B Datalink transceivers are now approved for installation in more than 400 airframe types.
Honeywell and Curtiss-Wright have developed a new series of 25-hour cockpit voice and flight data recorders.
Eye In The Sky approved for installation in Airbus and Robinson helicopters.
Loar Group has added flight instrumentation, guidance, and controls manufacturer Safe Flight Instrument Corp. to its aircraft component businesses.
Universal Avionics will supply its ClearVision enhanced flight vision system for the supersonic Aerion AS2.
Duncan Aviation's amended STCs for Honeywell products on the Bombardier Challenger 600 series and Embraer Legacy 600.
Flight control manufacturer Moog is adding to its capabilities with the purchase of Genesys Aerosystems.
Textron Aviation's new flight data monitoring service option will allow Citation owners and operators to transfer data to L3 Harris Technologies or Safran.
Airbus's H135 light twin gets a 265-pound boost in mtow, along with a new single-pilot IFR cockpit.
Icon A5 buyers can now purchase an optional Garmin G3X Touch display and two-axis autopilot.