Becker Avionics (Booth No. 3232) is offering a digital audio retrofit solution for Part 25 jets and turboprops. Becker’s DVCS 6100 system is available with audio control units in both horizontal and vertical formats to ease installations.
Magellan Jets has updated its One-Way Leg iPhone app into the more capable Private Jet Search product. The new app lets users search for charter flights, view pricing, book the flight and sign the contract.
At the DTC Duat Services booth (No. C11236), NBAA attendees can check out the free DTC iPhone/iPad app, which provides mobile access to features such as flight planning and filing, weather briefing and graphics and a convenient way to check for TFRs before takeoff.
Signature Flight Support, which operates more than 100 FBOs worldwide, has announced that it will assist corporate flight departments and charter operators in gaining access to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Washington, D.C. At Signature's booth (No.
Online charter portal Avinode is launching its new Operator Link Web service here at the NBAA Convention. The latest addition to its Avinode Link family of products helps operators to market their aircraft directly to end users from their own Web sites.
Tired of lugging around slippery bundles of receipts and having to figure out what they were for and when and where you generated that expense for that painful aspect of business travel, the expense report? Gorilla Expense, a new NBAA exhibitor at Booth No. 4641, has developed software to make the expense process easier.
Flight Display Systems has gone Hollywood, in a manner of speaking. To be more specific, the Alpharetta, Ga.-based cabin entertainment specialist provided a 42-inch, high-definition, LCD widescreen monitor for the recently completed Gulfstream III cabin of a Hollywood producer.
Atlantic Aviation has jumped on the iPhone bandwagon and now offers a free iPhone application allowing customers to access information about the Atlantic FBO chain, including fuel prices, frequencies, maps and press-to-call telephone dialing. “A growing percentage of our customers are using iPhones,” said Atlantic v-p of sales and marketing Sue Sommers. “We are pleased to be the first FBO chain to offer this technological convenience.”
Rockwell Collins has introduced cabin management controls that will let passengers connect their iPods to the airplane’s in-flight entertainment system. The iPod Solo and Quad stations provide access to iPod music and video libraries through the cabin audiovisual system. As their names imply, the Solo station provides a dock for one iPod or iPhone and the Quad unit slots for as many as four.
PGA Electronic, based in Montierchaume, France, announced it will deliver its first full digital version of the Paradize 3 cabin management and entertainment system early next year. The new digital system will link all the aircraft’s in-flight entertainment and cabin lighting components, including PGA’s own on-demand audio and video.
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