Avionics suppliers are seeing their hopes materializing in China: airlines there are actually ordering head-up displays (HUD) for their new aircraft, even as other markets show surprisingly little interest for equipment with undisputed advantages in raising safety and airport capacity. The swift increase in cockpits equipped with the devices is testimony to the power of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) and airlines’ dutiful implementation of its recommendations and ...

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