Aspen is pleased to announce that FAA approval has been obtained for Aspen displays to be used as an attitude source for Genesys Aerosystems’ HeliSAS stability augmentation and autopilot system on Robinson R44 helicopters.
To commemorate this milestone, Genesys Aerosystems and Aspen Avionics will be offering significant savings off of list prices through the month of September on HeliSAS and Aspen display packages.
Approval covers both FAA STC SR02254LA and EASA version STC10057027.
Avmax holds the Transport Canada, FAA, EASA, and ANAC Brazilian STC approvals for installation of the Aspen display systems into the Robinson R44. They have graciously agreed to temporarily decrease the cost of their STC data package during this promotional period from its usual $2500 USD to $2000 USD.
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