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Elliott delivers first Autoland upgrade in B200
This both marks a significant achievement for Elliott Aviation and opens the next chapter in the evolution of Garmin's G1000 NXI platform for King Airs.
Read this story in our January 2024 printed issue.

Elliott Aviation has successfully completed and delivered its first Garmin Autoland upgrade in a King Air B200.

The Garmin Autoland system represents the pinnacle of safety and innovation in general aviation. It is designed to take control of the aircraft in the event of an emergency and autonomously land the aircraft at the nearest suitable airport. This technology provides an additional layer of safety and peace of mind for pilots and passengers alike.

"We are thrilled to deliver our first Garmin Autoland upgrade in a King Air B200," says CEO Dan Edwards. "Safety is always our top priority, and the Garmin Autoland system represents a groundbreaking advancement in aviation technology. This achievement reflects our team's expertise and commitment to providing our customers with the latest and most advanced avionics solutions."

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