BendixKing, a business unit of Honeywell, is launching a new cockpit retrofit, modification and upgrade (RMU) program for over 6,000 Cessna single-engine piston aircraft. The program replaces legacy avionics with advanced upgrades to help Cessna operators modernize their aircraft.
Cessna has over 6,000 single-engine piston aircraft equipped with BendixKing avionics. These aircraft and many others in Cessna’s pilot training and recreation line can have their life extended through the new upgrade offerings such as AeroVue Touch, which is a primary flight display with a high-definition touchscreen that improves safety and reduces pilot workload by consolidating all essential flight information onto one screen and making all critical functions accessible with one or two touches.
Operators can also upgrade with AeroNav, a multifunction touchscreen navigator that improves flight efficiency, and AeroPoint 200, a powerful engine analyzer and display that optimizes performance and includes Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast compliant solutions.
“BendixKing strives to provide advanced cockpit upgrades that operators can easily install to improve performance of their current aircraft,” said Gregg Cohen, president, BendixKing. “This program gives Cessna pilots access to affordable technology that has the features and functionality of much larger aircraft. By upgrading to our latest cockpit solutions, operators can modernize and increase the longevity of their aircraft.”
The program offers options for either a full RMU or a subset RMU, giving customers options to upgrade anything from single products to their entire aircraft panel.
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