Digital monitoring systems that can record various parameters of aircraft operation in flight, covering engines, systems and the airframe, for maintenance purposes, trending or emergency response are becoming de rigueur in business aviation. Last month, in Part 1 of this report, we explained how several business jet OEMs and at least one independent supplier are marketing these systems as production options or retrofits for a variety of aircraft types. Depending on the system, data can ...

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