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Anti-skid brakes are a Cutter above the rest
The Advent system is certified by the FAA, EASA, Transport Canada and airworthiness authorities that recognise FAA certification. Cutter Aviation is now certified to install it on PC-12s and King Air 200s and 300s.

Cutter Aviation is now an authorised dealer for Advent eABS anti-skid braking systems for Pilatus PC-12 and Beechcraft King Air B200/B300. “Anti-skid braking offers another safety feature and reduced costs for the PC-12 and King Air B200/B300, adding value to these already great aircraft,” says Will Cutter, president and CEO of Cutter Aviation. “Increased confidence during landing in challenging conditions while avoiding the costs and schedule disruption caused by tire damage makes the Advent eABS worth considering by any PC-12 or King Air operator.”

The Advent system is certified by the FAA, EASA, Transport Canada and airworthiness authorities that recognise FAA certification. In addition to the PC-12 and King Air, eABS is certified on the Eclipse 500/550 and the Textron T-6 Texan II. Over 185 aircraft have been equipped with eABS to date, operating in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, India and the US.

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