A flight in Universal Avionics’ King Air 350 testbed here last month was an eye-opener on what an integrated cockpit certified to Part 25 standards can do for both airline aircraft as well as high-end business jets. Universal certified the integrated displays and software it sells for retrofit on existing aircraft to the Part 25 standard (that applies to aircraft of 12,500 lb. or more in takeoff weight). With this stringent standard met, the equipment can be retrofitted in existing ...

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