Garmin Introduces GI 275 Electronic Flight Instrument

Reimagine Thousands of Aging Cockpits with Modern Flight Instrumentation Adaptable to a full range of instrument formats and functions, our GI 275 electronic display lets you keep the classic look of your panel while upgrading with modern, reliable glass touchscreen display technology.   To get a quote or for more information, please contact AMKA Aviation…

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New GTN™ 650Xi and GTN 750Xi Series

SUPERIOR INTEGRATION Connect with a wide range of existing avionics, autopilots and flight displays. Pair with Garmin GFC autopilots for coupled vertical navigation (VNAV) and missed approaches. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row] EASY UPGRADE Already have a GTN navigator? The GTN Xi Series offers an easy slide-in upgrade. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row] INTUITIVE AND ADVANCED NAVIGATION Visualize your entire flight plan, including…

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Garmin Adds GFC™ 500 Aircraft Approvals

Now Available for Select PA-28 and PA-32 Models Garmin is pleased to announce it has received FAA supplemental type certification for the GFC 500 autopilot in select Piper PA-28 and PA-32 series aircraft and EASA validation is expected imminently.   It’s the Autopilot Solution GA Aircraft Owners Have Been Waiting For Cost-effective, precise and smooth…

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G1000 NXi For Piston Aircraft Models Expanded

Garmin has announced the addition of five aircraft eligible for G1000 NXi integrated flight deck upgrade.   These aircraft currently equipped with a WAAS G1000 integrated flight deck include the Cessna 172/182/206 and Beechcraft Bonanza and Baron.   The G1000 NXi includes a wealth of features and capabilities such as wireless connectivity, SurfaceWatch, map overlay…

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Garmin Introduces the GNC® 355 GPS/Comm Radio

  Garmin has announced the introduction of the GNC 355 – a GPS navigator with Localizer Performance with Vertical (LPV) approach guidance, complete with a built-in Comm radio. With the new GNC 355, pilots can take advantage of the benefits of WAAS/SBAS GPS guidance while also incorporating a modern Comm radio into their existing avionics…

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Garmin Gets STC Expansion For GFC 600 Autopilot for Cessna 208 Grand Caravan Series

Garmin is pleased to announce that the FAA supplemental type certificate approval has been expanded for the GFC 600 autopilot in the Textron Aviation (Cessna) 208 and 208B series aircraft. Installation approval for the Cessna 208 includes aircraft on amphibian floats or standard landing gear. Additionally, Cessna 208B installation approval has been updated to include aircraft without a…

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Garmin Adds Turbine Engine Monitoring to TXi

  Garmin is pleased to announce expanded engine monitoring capability on the G600 TXi/G500 TXi and Engine Indication System (EIS) TXi flight displays to now include single-engine turboprop aircraft. Pratt & Whitney PT6A turboprop engine display compatibility is initially available for several popular aircraft models, including the Cessna 208/208B, Daher TBM 700/TBM 850 and the Piper…

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AMKA AVIATION RECRUITMENT DRIVE!

AMKA AVIATION is Hiring! We are looking to fill the following positions:   Administrative Person in our Design/Engineering section: Compilation of certification substantiation. Obtaining SACAA acceptance and approval of modification and repair designs SACAA liaison. Coordinating projects or ensuring compliance with SACAA rules and regulations   Licenced Radio & Instrument Bench Technicians Must have Cat…

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GPS-4000S (-100) and GLU-2100 FAQ’s

Q: What is the GPS-4000S (-100) and GLU-2100 issue? A: After June 8th, 2019 00:00:00 UTC time, the Collins Aerospace GPS-4000S (-100) and GLU-2100 products exhibited a condition that resulted in loss of GPS. Initial reports indicated that position data was not being reported. These aircraft exhibited a fault that was caused by a continual…

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Collins Aerospace resolves issue relating to GPS and GLU models

Collins Aerospace has received reports that certain GPS and GLU models were not acquiring GPS constellations after power up. The impacted units known at this time are: GPS-4000S (P/N 822-2189-100) and GLU-2100 (P/N 822-2532-100).  The root cause is a software design error that misinterprets GPS time updates.   A “leap second” event occurs once every 2.5…

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