Avionics Services International Modernizes GA Cockpits

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, DECEMBER 20, 2022 – Avionics Services International (ASI) announced today the completion of instrument panel upgrades on Beech and Piper cabin-class aircraft. The updated panels are intended to better optimize capabilities of the aircraft, reduce pilot workload and minimize maintenance costs.

Legacy Beechcraft Upgrade

Early model aircraft see major benefits with a touchscreen panel upgrade. An ASI customer’s Beech Debonair 35-C33 received dual Garmin G3X Touch Certified Displays (10.6” Landscape and 7″ Portrait) including 4-Cylinder EIS. A GFC500 Autopilot, GTN 750Xi GPS/NAV/COMM/MFD, GNX 375 Navigator with ADS-B, and G5 Attitude Indicator completed the layout.

Beech Debonair 35-C33 updated panel.

Turboprop Glass Panel 

In the last decade integrated panel design has revolutionized the cockpit. ASI upgraded a customer’s turboprop Piper Malibu Meridian PA46-500TP to feature a quad-display Garmin G600 TXi Flight Deck complemented with a GI 275 MFD.

Piper Malibu Meridian PA46-500TP panel upgrade.

“One of the top reasons for a flight deck upgrade is weight savings,” stated Ryan Busby of ASI. “We are able to remove outdated instruments and install solid state digital systems. These also offer better reliability. Pilots and owners see an increase in operational efficiencies.”

ASI was established in 1988 by Ronny Salamon, an industry veteran of 40+ years. Salamon and his highly experienced team are based at San Antonio International Airport (KSAT). ASI is the only one-stop avionics shop based in San Antonio. The firm is experienced with aircraft of all sizes, from light piston to business jets. Capabilities include equipment installation, repair, replacement and diagnostics. ASI works with MROs, fleet operators, and individual aircraft owners.

Among ASI’s strengths are its knowledge and experience with leading avionics manufacturers. As an authorized Garmin dealer, ASI provides sales, service and installation. ASI is well versed in modern display technology, RVSM, and IFR Certification, all essential component for aircraft owners and operators worldwide. ASI helps its customers achieve optimum integration for both their aircraft and mission. Mobile service is available.

ASI, a division of Platinum Aviation LLC, is a FAA Certified Repair Station no. S78R151N and is Part 145 approved for airframe, instrument and radio.

For more information on Avionics Services International, visit www.avionicsservices.net, or contact ASI at info@avionicsservices.net or 956-285-0373. Avionics Services International is located at 1770 Skyplace Blvd., San Antonio, TX 78216.

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