Since introducing the industry’s first multi-sensor FMS (the UNS-1) in 1982, Universal Avionics has continually taken the industry forward with a pilot-focused vision of flight management.Today’s SBAS-capable FMSs build upon the company’s popular marketproven product design, offering more advanced features and interfaces, and a growth path to meet the requirements of the future.) With a little help from your friend, knowing when to start your descend becomes easy: Before landing, always know who to call: For IFR approaches, load precision and non-precision approaches from a world-wide, updatable database: Review approach transitions and initial approach fixes: and then load any approach and transition into your flight plan: Under ATC (read: when flying online) the vector-to-final function will often be used instead of a transition: The X-Plane 430 is there to help you stay alert to common errors in approach navigation: The GPS is capable of flying non-precision GPS-approaches with a localizer-like guidance and varying CDI sensitivity: If you don't see the runway at the minimum descend altitude, continue to the missed approach point and the flight plan sequencing will go into suspend.At the missed approach point, if you still don't see the runway, begin your missed approach: and then get help choosing the right entry to the missed approach holding: The new GNS430 is a drop-in replacement for the old one, so every X-Plane aircraft equipped with the GNS430 automagically becomes more IFR-capable with the 10.30 update.
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Platform for Next Gen and SESAR The avionics systems you invest in today must be able to support the Next Generation of Communication, Navigation, Surveillance / Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM).
They must possess the processing power, speed, memory and interface capabilities to meet the growing demands of the US Next Generation Air Transportation System (Next Gen) and Europe’s Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR).