The first DA62 diesel twin from Diamond Aircraft has been delivered equipped with the new Garmin G1000 Nxi avionics systems to a customer in US.
Mike Case is a businessman in North Carolina and he is the proud recipient for the DA62 diesel twin Diamond Aircraft.
Mike had being flying an older general aviation aircraft and he decided to move ahead with the latest technology and so switched to the latest diesel engine and Garmin avionics in the form of Diamond DA62.
In the words of Case, he wanted something that is more technologically advanced, such as the G1000 in a new airplane that is designed by computer as compared to legacy airplanes.
The aircraft was delivered by LifeStyle Aviation, a Diamond dealer on the East Coast.
G1000 Nxi is a better version of the original G1000 and it is increasingly being used in new general aviation airplanes. This new avionics from Garmin features crisper displays, much faster processor and more capabilities than the older version.
The avionics system in the Diamond DA62 features a unique keyboard integration which is placed on a pedestal between the pilots.
According to John Armstrong, CEO of LifeStyle Aviation, next generation avionics capabilities are represented by the new Garmin Nxi something which the pilots have been asking for.
All the new aircraft from Diamond will come equipped with Garmin G1000 Nxi panel and the dealer is thrilled bring the state-of-the-art technology to the market.
The dealer will make effort to help clients discover the benefits of the new technology. The Diamond DA62 aircraft was introduced by the company last year and it is installed with two Austro compression ignition engines that run on jet-A fuel and are controlled by FADEC.
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