After eight weeks of trial involving more than 40 witnesses, the jury deliberated for three days before ruling in favor of S-TEC.
U.S. District Judge Harold Ackerman is still considering an advisory jury verdict recommending no damages against the government.
Attorneys for the estate yesterday did not return calls for comment.
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The installation in an aircraft with an R/STOL or other speed modification was sometimes impossible ... until now.
Two business units within Cobham's Avionics and Surveillance Division, Chelton Flight Systems (CFS) and S-TEC, are to be merged to create an avionics center of excellence based in Mineral Wells...
The twin-engine jet went down in a pasture in South Dakota after flying halfway across the country on autopilot, as Stewart and the four others aboard lay unconscious for lack of oxygen from lost...
This expanded integration means overall reduced equipment cost for Cobham autopilot customers installing their systems in conjunction with Aspen displays.