This week we heard about the release of the Garmin® G5000 Flight Deck for Learjet 70 and Learjet 75. This is one of many examples of how quickly aviation technology and tools for flight planning and flight operations evolves.
The Learjet 70 and Learjet 75 aircraft cockpits feature high-resolution, wide aspect ratio displays with a multi-pane display capability. Primary flight information can be displayed to both the pilot and co-pilot along with four other viewing windows capable of showing moving maps, charts, checklists, aircraft system synoptics pages, TAWS, TCAS, flight planning information, live weather radar and other broadcast weather products.
Flight planning tools and flight deck data communications are areas that required to utmost accuracy and reliability. The current market leader in these areas is ARINC, ARINC Direct serves the business aviation community with the latest advances in technology, with unsurpassed reliability whilst being mindful of commercial constraints faced by business jet owners and operators.
For more information of the range of flight planning services available please visit: www.business-flight-support.com