AeroVue is an integrated flight deck derived from the category-defining Honeywell Primus Epic and Primus Apex avionics systems, used worldwide in thousands of large business jets and air transport aircraft. AeroVue has been specifically tailored for retrofit into Part 23 class III and IV, and Part 25 aircraft.
The system provides two primary flight displays; one for the pilot and the co-pilot, and a shared multi-function display, and replaces all of the legacy mechanical equipment. It also comes with the industry-leading SmartView synthetic vision system, flight management system, radios, ADS-B compliant transponder and autopilot. It has options for weather radar, XM weather receiver, radar altimeter, traffic alert and EGPWS ground proximity warning system.
EASE OF USE OF A GLASS COCKPIT
The three 12”, bright, high resolution displays make it easy for you to see everything and fly like it’s always VFR. It offers you a tight visual scan with aircraft attitude, navigation, engine instruments, autopilot, radios and transponder on the primary flight display. The SmartView synthetic vision system lets you fly easily
REDUCE AIRCRAFT WEIGHT UP TO 125 LBS
AeroVue uses solid state electronics that integrate everything into a lightweight avionics system. AeroVue not only gives you a state-of-the-art system, it does so while reducing aircraft weight by 125 pounds compared to your existing avionics. This will reduce fuel burn and extend your range.
DRASTICALLY REDUCE MAINTENANCE COSTS
AeroVue lets you replace mechanical components that wear and fail with solid state units that virtually never do. You can eliminate spinning mass gyros that need overhaul nearly every 2 years, the expensive cost of rebuilding old servos, the "vibrating can" air data computer, and the cost of fixing electro-mechanical components like the horizontal situation indicator.