INDIANAPOLIS - Eagle Creek Aviation Services, a leading provider of aircraft services and aircraft sales, will be showing its Garmin G1000-equipped Twin Commander at the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2013 July 29-Aug. 4.
The Garmin G1000 Twin Commander is an all-electronic Garmin glass panel. It integrates all primary flight, navigation, communication terrain, traffic, weather and engine instrumentation systems on a large 12.4-inch multifunction display and two 10.4-inch primary flight displays.
The G1000's map display is designed to interface with a number of remote sensors and tracking systems, making it easy for pilots to overlay graphical weather, lightning, traffic, terrain and other avoidance system advisories. The Garmin G1000 Twin Commander will also display engine data on the MFD, providing a clean, integrated look. These new components provide more data on demand and eliminate 350 pounds of wiring. This total panel transformation also includes all new fuel, oil and hydraulic system pressure transducers and new engine fuel flow transmitters.
Eagle Creek Aviation will be in Booth #382 at the show.
About Eagle Creek Aviation Services, Inc.
Eagle Creek provides business jet and turboprop owners and operators with a complete range of services including maintenance, avionics, interior refurbishment and parts support, as well as aircraft sales and brokerage services. The company also provides executive charter and aircraft management through its First Wing division. Eagle Creek operates two full-service fixed base operations (FBOs): one at its headquarters in Indianapolis, and also Naples Jet Center in Naples, Fla. To learn more about Eagle Creek Aviation, visit www.eagle-creek.com.
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