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News: Elliott Aviation First Garmin Autoland Retrofit On B200

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  1. First King Air B200 Retrofitted By Elliott Aviation With Garmin Autoland
    The Garmin Autoland feature has been spreading and Elliott Aviation announced yesterday it has completed its first retrofit of the automated feature on a King Air B200. This milestone marks a significant achievement for both Elliott Aviation and opens the next chapter in the evolution of Garmin’s G1000 NXI Platform for King Airs. "We are thrilled to deliver our first Garmin Autoland upgrade in a King Air B200," said Dan Edwards CEO at Elliott Aviation. "Safety is always our top priority, and the Garmin Autoland system represents a groundbreaking advancement in aviation technology. This achievement reflects our team's expertise and commitment to providing our customers with the latest and most advanced avionics solutions."
  2. The Garmin Autoland system represents the pinnacle of safety and innovation in general aviation. It is designed to take control of the aircraft in the event of an emergency and autonomously land the aircraft at the nearest suitable airport. This cutting-edge technology provides an additional layer of safety and peace of mind for pilots and passengers alike. Elliott Aviation, known for its commitment to excellence and expertise in avionics upgrades, performed the installation of the Garmin Autoland system. The successful completion of this upgrade underscores Elliott Aviation's dedication to staying at the forefront of technological advancements within the aviation industry.
  3. As plane-types advance in age, it is important that requisite technologies and interfaces onboard are kept as current as possible avoiding the risk of obsolescence. Although Garmin Autoland is not a necessary piece of tech needed to make an aircraft function, if you are thinking about adding an extra layer of safety to the operation of the aircraft then it is worth integrating it into the aircraft's systems.

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    Elliott Aviation
    6601 74th Avenue Milan,
    IL 61264 United States

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