Monday May 13
Generation 5 Cirrus SR22
Cirrus calls the latest edition of its SR22 the Generation 5 , which some customers have begun to refer to informally as the SR22 G5.
Garmin Developing Next-Level Avionics-Based Infotainment
Jeff Glucker found his love for cars as a child when he felt tremendous sadness after watching Ferris Bueller's pal Cameron destroy a 1961 Ferrari... More As cars become more connected with the virtual world around us, automakers will be required to pay closer attention to the features and quality of the infotainment systems they place inside their ... (more)
Garmin's Glass Cockpit: K2 plots a path for navigation systems
Consumers want in-car navigation - it's a popular feature. Yet once they have it, they're often dissatisfied.
Aerodiesels: Progress, If not Thriving
Jet-A burning diesel aeroengines, we're led to believe, are the future of general aviation propulsion.
Cirrus SR22T: More of a good thing
We put the biggest "what's new" about the new Generation 5 Cirrus SR22T to work right from the start in our ultimate cross-country trek - the 200-pound increase in maximum takeoff weight.
How do you become a civilian test pilot? Go back to school
Say "test pilot," and whose name comes to mind? For most people, it's Chuck Yeager, the first test pilot to break the sound barrier in the Bell X-1 in 1947.
Cirrus Bullish On European Market
Cirrus COO Pat Waddick said at Aero in Friedrichshafen on Wednesday that its first public unveiling of the Generation 5 SR22 aircraft was done in Europe for a reason.