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Jeppesen NavData Now Available For MGL Avionics

Jeppesen and MGL Avionics have entered an agreement to provide Jeppesen NavData and obstacle services for MGL Avionics Systems as part of a total...

Zodiac CH650 Light Sport Meets 51% Rule

A five-person FAA National Kit Evaluation Team (NKET) recently concluded a two day visit to Zenith Aircraft Company in Mexico, Missouri, and determined that...

Lynx Announces Bluetooth Headset Adapter

Lynx Avionics has announced a new Bluetooth audio adapter for use with its Micro System headsets, which includes a built-in Bluetooth telephone and music...

AEA Pilots Guide to Avionics

The Aircraft Electronics Association has just released the 2011-12 edition of its Pilot's Guide to Avionics. This is the association's ninth annual consumer's directory...

Zenith Aircraft Company Summer Events

The Zenith Aircraft Company Fly into Summer Builder Fly-In Gathering is scheduled for Saturday, June 25, 2011, at the Zenith factory in Mexico, Missouri,...

Latest News From RANS

In recent news from RANS Aircraft, the company has announced it now has carbon-fiber wingtips for the S-7S and S-7LS. The tips weigh about...

MGL Avionics Releases Seventh Generation AHRS

Torrance, California-based MGL Avionics has just released its new generation of AHRS sensors, the SP-7 AHRS and SP-6 Compass Sensor (magnetometer). The seventh generation...

Open Hangar Day at Zenair June 11

Aviation enthusiasts, especially fans of Chris Heintz designs, are invited to the Zenair Open Hangar Day and Builder Gathering scheduled for Saturday, June 11,...

Dynon Announces SkyView 3.1 with Flight Planning

Dynon Avionics has introduced Version 3.1 firmware for the SkyView Integrated Glass Panel system. This update adds a flight planning menu along with controls...

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