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The interdisciplinary know-how of our employees is the basis for the extensive scope of work our EASA approval covers. Since all the production & manufacturing of sub & secondary components are accomplished in-house, the customer benefits from the efficiency of having all parts produced under one roof.
Last Updated:
03-11-2023
Location:
Austria
Europe
Gestair MRO on AvPay
Gestair MRO is the unit specialized in aeronautical maintenance of private & commercial aircraft, with the biggest aeronautical Maintenance Centre in Southern Europe, providing global coverage. Its areas of specialisation include base maintenance, hangarage, components sales & our avionics shop. Our team is made up of experienced engineers & maintenance technicians who adhere rigorously to the manufacturer standards to ensure the highest levels of quality, safety & maintenance performance for each aircraft serviced.
Last Updated:
15-02-2023
Company / Seller:
Location:
Europe
Madrid
Spain
The global leader in data analysis for general aviation aircraft. FlightData is a free, web-based Flight Log & Engine / Flight Data Analyzer, enabling you to easily view information from avionics log files. Our online portal is compatible with all of the most popular avionics platforms & is designed to empower aircraft owners & operators to make informed decisions.
Last Updated:
19-04-2023
Company / Seller:
Location:
Henderson
USA
North America
Nevada
Wheels 450×10, equipped with 2 ramps, one manual strap winch, a polythene storage box in night colour high density with key-locking system, a replacement wheel & a jockey wheel.
Last Updated:
21-07-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes
Lanas
Europe
France
Gerbing’s Thermostat By Air Creation
The heating regulating thermostats allow you to adjust the temperature according to your needs.
Last Updated:
21-07-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes
Lanas
Europe
France
Alphatec Nexus portable intercom By Air Creation
Compact intercom without vocal release with interface radio incorporated. Extensions for base jack cases installation on pendular trikes. Waterproof alternating on one of the cases.
Last Updated:
21-07-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes
Lanas
Europe
France
Alphatec 903S ICA11 ICA12 ICA13 intercom By Air Creation
Adjustable volume & squelch façade. Input for music & PTT. Extensions for install + jack socket housings on Trikes. Cables for ICOM or FILSER radio.
Last Updated:
21-07-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes
Lanas
Europe
France
Radio Filser ATR 833 By Air Creation
VHF radio (57 mm integrated) with a 6W power & 8.33 kHz / 25 kHz Frequency.
Last Updated:
21-07-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes
Lanas
Europe
France
AMX240 Audio Panel for General Aviation
The AMX240 is a full-featured audio source selector panel, intercom, & Marker Beacon receiver that provides outstanding features & sound quality, while incorporating Avidyne’s legendary “Flying Made Simple” user interface.
Last Updated:
06-06-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
USA
North America
Florida
DFC90 Digital Autopilot
The DFC90 adds the precision of an attitude-based flight control system & Avidyne’s innovative, safety-enhancing flight Envelope Protection (EP®) & Envelope Alerting (EA®) capability. Includes “Straight & Level” button, Indicated Airspeed Hold (IAS), Enhanced Flight Director & more.
Last Updated:
06-06-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
USA
North America
Florida
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The difference between a glass cockpit and an analogue cockpit lies in the instrumentation and display systems used to present flight information to the pilot. An analogue cockpit, also known as a “steam gauge” cockpit, utilizes mechanical and analogue instruments to provide flight information. These instruments include analogue gauges, dials, and needles that display parameters such as airspeed, altitude, attitude (pitch and roll), heading, and engine parameters. Analog cockpits typically consist of separate/individual instruments dedicated to specific functions. Each instrument displays a single parameter, and the pilot must visually scan and interpret multiple instruments simultaneously to gather a complete picture of the aircraft’s status. Analog cockpits rely more on manual input and physical manipulation of controls by the pilot. Automation features, if present, are minimal compared to glass cockpits. A glass cockpit, also known as a digital cockpit or integrated display system, replaces the traditional analogue instruments with electronic displays. These displays are typically large, flat-panel screens that present various flight information in a more intuitive and integrated manner. In a glass cockpit, flight data is consolidated and presented on one or more displays, providing a comprehensive view of critical parameters such as airspeed, altitude, attitude, heading, navigation information, and engine data. This integration reduces the need for pilots to scan multiple instruments. Glass cockpits often incorporate advanced automation features, including autopilot systems, flight management systems (FMS), and digital navigation aids. These systems can automate certain tasks and provide enhanced situational awareness to the pilot. Glass cockpits offer more flexibility in terms of display layouts and customization options. Pilots can often personalize the way information is presented based on their preferences or the specific flight phase. Glass cockpits can integrate other aircraft systems, such as weather radar, terrain awareness and warning systems (TAWS), traffic collision avoidance systems (TCAS), and more. This integration allows for better decision-making and improved safety. The shift from analogue cockpits to glass cockpits represents a significant advancement in aviation technology, offering pilots more intuitive displays, enhanced automation, and integrated information to enhance situational awareness and flight management.