U.S. Helicopters has selected the Becker Avionics AMU 6500 Digital intercom system for the avionics upgrade of their AS350 Helicopters. These aircraft are employed in various mission profiles to include ENG and VIP configurations. U.S. Helicopters approached Turbolyft Aerospace for guidance on their unique avionics’ requirements and Turbolyft’s Avionics Manager, Chris Shibaoka, knew from previous...Continue Reading
Miramar (FL), USA, 5th of October 2020 Becker Avionics, digital audio innovator, is proud to announce that we have been awarded a Part 25 Approved Model List (AML) Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for the installation of the AMU6500 Audio Panel. The Gulfstream G200 was the first aircraft model approved under the STC with many more...Continue Reading
Miramar (FL), USA, 2nd of October 2020 Digital audio innovator, Becker Avionics, is proud to announce that we have been awarded a Part 23 Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for the installation of the AMU6500 Audio Panel. The STC covers the Piaggio Aerospace P.180 Series aircraft (Avanti II and Avanti EVO).This STC was designed with simplicity...Continue Reading
Trimec Aviation, a certified FAA Part 145 Repair Station (#18TR248C), is aiding Becker Avionics in the development of the first Part 25 Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for Becker Avionics’ new AMU6500 as part of the Approved Model List (AML). The standalone audio management unit (AMU) is designed for small rotary and fixed-wing aircraft and is...Continue Reading
Rheinmünster, Germany / Miramar, USA, June 30th, 2020. Internationally active/innovative Becker Avionics is about to receive Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approval for its AMU6500 audio panel. In the first step by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), afterwards by EASA. It will replace the former Baker (not Becker!) audio panels in the Piaggio P180 Series aircrafts. These...Continue Reading
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