Blue Mountain Avionics, which produced one of the first electronic flight instrument systems (EFISes) for the homebuilt aircraft market, has posted an official announcement that it will cease doing business. Here it is in its entirety:
Well, it’s been fun. We developed a whole new class of machine, started an industry, dominated it, and are now leaving it. Blue Mountain Avionics will be ceasing production and spinning down. The best way to contact us is via email: [email protected]. Please don’t call, because the office is not staffed on a scheduled basis. We’ll still be around to service, support and assist as time permits, homebuilders helping other homebuilders, but BMA is essentially closed. The web site is paid up and will be around for a few years at least, and there is some hope (and a fond desire) that we may return to full production when the economy recovers. Database updates are still be available on this site, and service, maintenance and repairs are still available for all BMA products. We are actively seeking someone to buy the code and continue development. If you’re interested, please email.
The web site is here Blue Mountain Avionics.