Tue, Apr 08, 2008
EFD1000 To Be Standard In Advanced IFR XL-2 Trainer
Aspen Avionics announced Tuesday it has signed an OEM contract
with Liberty Aerospace to provide its Evolution Pro Primary Flight
Display (PFD) as standard equipment in the Advanced IFR version of
the Liberty XL-2 aircraft.
The EFD1000 PFD will also be offered as an upgrade option to
other versions of the XL-2.
"We’re delighted that Liberty Aerospace chose the
Evolution PFD for their Advanced IFR XL-2 trainer and touring
aircraft," said John Uczekaj, CEO and President of Aspen Avionics.
"The Evolution Flight Display in the XL-2 will help train the next
generation of pilots on advanced glass cockpit techniques, and
attract more people to become pilots."
As ANN reported,
Aspen’s EFD1000 PFD achieved FAA TSO and STC certification in
March of this year.
"Liberty Aerospace is an innovative company with an exciting
product line," commented Mark Ferrari, VP of Sales and Customer
Support for Aspen Avionics. "We are looking forward to working with
them closely through the development of the XL-2 panel and
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