Garmin G1000 first full glass cockpit upgrade on a Beechcraft King Air 300


Marshall Aviation Services completed the installation of a Garmin G1000 full glass cockpit on a Beechcraft King Air 300.  This G1000 avionics installation helps pilots obtain greater situational awareness and reduces pilot fatigue and is applicable for the 200, 300, and 350 King Air series.


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on Jun 17, 2014

A G1000 not a 100.

on Jun 17, 2014

Emily - Thank you for catching that. Will revise the blog to "G1000."

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