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Legacy and Phenom owners gain EVAS potential
EVAS provides a channel of air through which a pilot can view instruments and see through the windshield to safety land in the event of a cockpit smoke emergency. Phenom and Legacy installations can now proceed.
Read this story in our July 2020 printed issue.

VisionSafe Corporation has announced that its EVAS technology is now available on the Legacy 600 and 650 as an STC, and on the Phenom 100 and 300 as loose equipment. In addition to the Legacy 600/650 and Phenom aircraft, VisionSafe will soon have STCs available for the Lineage 1000E and Praetor 500 and 600, reflecting the continuous improvement Embraer is bringing to its successful business jets portfolio.

Embraer has always emphasised safety as one of the most important pillars with all of its aircraft,” says Chris Skurat, director of sales for business aviation at VisionSafe. “This partnership with Embraer expands a longstanding relationship that now continues with its innovative business aviation models."

VisionSafe Corporation is the inventor, manufacturer and distributor of the Emergency Vision Assurance System (EVAS). EVAS is the only FAA-certified cockpit smoke displacement system available within the aviation industry. EVAS provides a channel of air through which the pilot can view their flight instruments and see through the windshield to help them safety land their aircraft in the event of a cockpit smoke emergency. With over 8,000 EVAS units installed worldwide, VisionSafe takes pride in making safety a number one priority in aviation. Its corporate headquarters are in Honolulu, Hawaii with offices in Teterboro, New Jersey.

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