Just Flight Announces G500/G600 Integration for Unidentified Aircraft

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Just Flight has recently announced on their Facebook page their future plan to integrate Flight One Software’s G500/G600 in an unidentified upcoming aircraft.

The G500 and G600 were the first glass cockpits to replace the old steam gauges. These systems include the Synthetic Vison Technology. Synthetic Vision gives pilots “visual topographic landscape” which allows a “3D depiction of ground and water, airports, obstacles and traffic.” The display also has an integrated GPS and flight planner integrated into the the system. More information on Flight1’s G500/G600 package, can be found on their product page.

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Glancing at the headline, I almost thought that JF is developing a Gulfstream.

Me too!!! I got so excited

Andrew Thompson

This is good news. There is a lack of aircraft right now that integrate these avionics, rightfully so as they were released not too long ago. I would be inclined to purchase the G500 units if I had more options to stick them in like the G750.