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Global Aviation Solutions Announces Debut of their “ACEHAWK” with the GARMIN®


Deck for Sikorsky UH-60 & S-70


Ace Aeronautics, LLC d/b/a Global Aviation Solutions (GAS) recently announced the release of the new GARMIN G5000H- based avionics upgrade kit for UH-60A/ Ls and S-70s called the ACEHAWK. The ACEHAWK offers the civil pedigree of the G5000H Integrated Flight Deck and the tactical agility of the Avalex Technologies Cockpit Management Unit (CMU) and Digital Mapping System. The ACEHAWK is the only day/night VFR/IFR, NextGen/ Single European Sky compliant solution available on the market today for UH-60A/ Ls and S-70s.


With four 12-inch, NVIS compatible, 4K Ultra HD displays and two touch-screen controllers, the G5000H offers one of the most intuitive pilot-vehicle interfaces (PVI) available on the market. The Garmin G5000H provides pilots the ability to more efficiently manage and control navigation and communication systems, traffic surveillance systems, augmented reality/ street view, flight management systems, electronic entries, and remote audio/ intercom systems.


• Revolutionary Integrated Flight Deck with DO-178B Compliant Software


G5000H Integrated Flight


• Panoramic View and Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT™)


• Day/Night VFR/IFR operation • NextGen/Single European Sky Communication and Navigation


• WAAS Enabled • CNS/ATM GATM • Advanced ADS-B Technology • Fully Integrated Comprehensive Flight Management System (FMS)


• TCAS II Traffic System • Advanced Digital Audio Processor • Global Connectivity/Flight Data Services


• Seamless integration of 3rd-party radios, sensors and other mission equipment without impacting the G5000H core software


For customers with more tactical needs, the ACEHAWK offers seamless integration of tactical radios, FLIR imagery, survivability equipment, day/night HUD, tactical map, and mission planning.


Global Aviation Solutions currently holds an FAA Restricted Category Type Certification (RCTC #R00005RC) for the UH-60A and is in the process of obtaining an STC for the ACEHAWK kit. The STC project is scheduled for certification in Q2 of 2018.


Global Aviation Solutions CEO Darrell Kindley stated, “This approach capitalizes on the thousands of Garmin integrated flight decks installed worldwide and previous certifications of the G5000 cockpit. We are confident that the civil pedigree and tactical agility of the ACEHAWK offers the best value to those interested in either upgrading their existing UH-60A/L or S-70 fleets or buying our refurbished UH-60A/Ls.”


The ACEHAWK kit has been successfully installed on a Global Aviation Solutions company-owned aircraft.


Middle Georgia State University’s School of Aviation Now Open to Border State Residents at In-State Cost


Learning to fly at Middle Georgia State University’s School of Aviation is about to become a lot more affordable for prospective students who live in Alabama, Florida and South Carolina.


1,000+


The expected number of visitors expected in Reno, Nevada, at this year’s Airborne Law


Enforcement Association Annual Conference and Exposition. (July 24-29). Rotorcraft Pro will be there with bonus distribution.


-15.9


The percentage decrease in 2016 compared to 2015 of total new rotorcraft shipments shipped by manufacturers around the globe according to GAMA, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, …


..which in


2011


voted to


admit rotorcraft manufacturers as members with Bell Helicopter being the first rotorcraft company to join that year.


30


Mar/Apr 2017


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