HUDs Make Flying Safer: MGF SKYDISPLAY HUD brings transport category HUD capability to Part 23 aircraft Summer 2019 – Creates Introductory Program
DENVER, Colo., March 29, 2019— The MGF SKYDISPLAY HUD is in the final stages of FAA certification and is scheduled to launch in early summer. Only a few Introductory Promotion Positions remain.
SKYDISPLAY combines all the technology of transport category HUDs into a compact, lightweight and affordable system for Part 23 aircraft. Studies have shown HUDs raise the proficiency of all pilots in all conditions and phases of flight. The MGF HUD has been flown by Matt Thurber, Editor-In-Chief of AIN Publications, who said, “Finally a HUD for the rest of us!” and Roger Whittier, President of Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association, said, “It feels like cheating!”
SKYDISPLAY allows pilots to fly with their head up and eyes out. It utilizes the certified avionics data contained in the flight deck. The purpose of the HUD is to increase pilot safety, enhance visual awareness and reduce pilot workload. The Introductory Promotion allows for a limited number of positions to be purchased at an introductory price with FREE installation, installation parts, dual instruction and the first year of MGFCare – for added customer support and access to future software development. For more information visit: www.SKYDISPLAYHUD.com.
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