Robin DR300/400: Go glass.

Why go glass?
  • Future proof cockpit – fully certified for 8.33kHz, BRNav, PRNav and LPV
  • Enhanced pilot experience – modern technology with all the bells and whistles!
  • Improvement in situational awareness, with SVT and full colour topo’ maps, plus charts (1)
  • Ability to display traffic when a TAS system is installed.
  • Enhanced resale value.
  • Higher reliability and lower cockpit maintenance costs over analogue.

*Some items are optional extras.

What do you get?

We have worked with the Robin factory in France to design and certify a glass cockpit option for new-build aircraft, and to introduce a retrofit capability for existing in-service aircraft.  Available exclusively from our facility at Fairoaks, the retrofit introduces a Garmin G500 Primary Flight Display/Navigation Display EFIS system integrated with a Garmin GTN750 or GTN650 GPS/NAV/COM unit. The data package also includes the following options.

  • GMA35 remote audio panel when the GTN750 is installed.
  • GTX33 remote Mode S transponder when installed with the GTN750 or GTN650.
  • Second GTN650 as No.2, GPS/NAV/COM or a GNC255 NAV/COM.
  • Bendix-King KN63 DME (integrated on G500 using GAD43e, no dedicated display)
  • Choice of analogue or electronic mandatory standby instruments including: MD4300 3” attitude indicator with integral back-up battery, MD4200-10 2” attitude indicator with remote back-up battery pack or an MD302 SAM attitude/air-data display with integral back-up battery.

When and where?

We have current availability for this conversion at our Fixed Wing maintenance facility at Fairoaks Airport, Chobham Surrey.  It is estimated that this full install would take 5-6 weeks to complete (depending on options) including all certification.

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