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Gediminas Ziemelis: Is windowless the future for passenger aircraft design?

Chairman of the Board of Avia Solutions Group Gediminas Ziemelis asks the question: “Is windowless the future for passenger aircraft design?”. According to many of the world's leading airlines, aircraft engineers, and designers, the aircraft of the future will have no windows. It is a bold s...

Universal Avionics Announces Certification for ClearVision EFVS

Universal Avionics (UA) announces European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification for its ClearVision Enhanced Flight Vision System (EFVS) with SkyLens Head-Wearable Display (HWD).  “The certification of our EFVS with SkyLens is a breakthrough in commercial aviation,” said Dror Yahav...

SmartSky Secures Additional $25 Million From Funds Managed by BlackRock

SmartSky Networks, the provider of next-generation inflight connectivity for aviation, has received an additional $25 million from funds managed by the Global Credit Opportunities team at BlackRock, after surpassing an important network deployment milestone on its way towards beginning commercial ...

New Garmin GTN 650/750 Course For Pilots Now Available from King Schools

Flying The Garmin GTN 650/750 is a new course from King Schools that makes it easier than ever to master the powerful capabilities of the amazing Garmin GTN 650/750 series. Pilots who are new to the GTN navigators, or in need of a refresher, will learn to get the most out their system with a high l...

Thales and StandardAero to certify TopMax for Bombardier Challenger 350

Today, Thales and StandardAero announced the first airframe that will be certified for TopMax, Thales’ new Wearable Head-Up Display. The Bombardier Challenger 350 series of aircraft may expect to receive FAA certification for the retrofit upgrade by the end of 2020, with EASA certification to...

TURBOTECH Revolutionizes Hybrid-Electric Aircraft With ANSYS

TURBOTECH is leveraging ANSYS' (NASDAQ: ANSS) industry-leading simulation solutions to transform aeronautical propulsion. Through the ANSYS Startup Program, TURBOTECH is developing an energy storage system capable of powering the hybrid-electric aircraft of the future.      ...

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