Thu, Nov 03, 2005
Avidyne Is ANN's AOPA EXPO 2005 Special
Coverage Primary Sponsor!
Avidyne is the leading
provider of situational awareness displays and integrated flight
deck systems for general aviation aircraft, providing the safety,
capability, and reliability benefits of air transport and bizjet
flight decks, at cost and weight targets required for general
aviation. No kidding...
Over the past few years, nearly two thousand aircraft have come
to find guidance, security and efficiency under the tutelage of
Avidyne Entegra integrated flight deck systems.
Visit The Avidyne
In AOPA EXPO Booth 1334!
FlightMax Entegra systems can be seen on all Avidyne's OEM
- Cirrus Design
- Columbia (Lancair)
- New Piper
- Adam Aircraft
Late Breaking News!
Now, though, Avidyne --
having merged with Ryan International -- has more to offer the GA
world than ever before.
Avidyne Corporation and Ryan International Corporation have just
announced the merger of the two companies. Under the merger
agreement, Ryan's industry-leading active traffic display and
alerting technologies will be added to Avidyne's product lines,
extending Avidyne's product offerings for both the original
equipment and retrofit avionics markets. Avidyne will maintain
Ryan's Columbus, Ohio headquarters as the Safety Systems Group.
Ryan International, renowned as an innovator in avionics to
improve aviation safety, was founded in 1981 by CEO Paul Ryan.
Ryan, a 40-year industry veteran, also invented the Stormscope
weather system, in addition to Ryan's line of collision avoidance
systems. Paul Ryan will continue with the company as a
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