OSHKOSH, Wis., July 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Equipping pilots with sophisticated tools to simplify flight operations, Bendix/King, a division of Honeywell (NYSE:HON), today revealed myWingMan, a flight planning and in-flight navigation support application. myWingMan is an intuitive application that provides full enroute navigation on a moving map display, real-time weather information, and synthetic vision for improved flight navigation and safety. In addition, Bendix/King has unveiled a new KMA 30 Bluetooth®-enabled audio panel that enables simplified and always connected wireless communications in the cockpit.
Designed specifically for general aviation pilots, myWingMan features:
KMA 30 Audio Panel Streamlines Communications in the Cockpit
The KMA 30 is a six-place (intercom for use in two-six seat aircraft) audio panel that improves pilots' flexibility and control of all radio and audio systems. It includes the following features:
Pricing and Availability
The myWingMan application will be offered as a free 60-day trial application in the near future. Following the trial period, myWingMan will be available via an annual subscription of $99 for VFR chart capabilities and $149 for IFR chart capabilities.
The new KMA 30 audio panel will be available starting July 23, 2012, for $2,300 (U.S.) MSRP from authorized Bendix/King dealers. To learn more, visit Bendix/King at booths 313, 314 and 2162 at the EAA AirVenture air show, July 23–29, at the Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wis.
Kevin Gould, President, Bendix/King
"Pilots today are seeking to simplify and streamline their cockpit operations. Our new myWingMan app and KMA 30 audio panel help them do just that," said Kevin Gould, president of Bendix/King. "By providing enhanced functionality at a low cost, we're bringing innovative and intuitive products back into the cockpit."
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