Upgrade with Upside
With this Garmin G5000 flight deck upgrade program, you can revitalize your Beechjet 400A or Hawker 400XP with the very latest in satellite-based navigation capabilities, digital flight management tools, NextGen operational support, and graphical display technologies for enhanced safety and situational awareness. Better still, this upgrade typically replaces enough outdated wiring and hardware in your airframe to provide a weight savings of some 200 pounds or more – giving you the option to carry an additional passenger (or more luggage, golf clubs, cargo, etc.) with the same fuel load.
Experience a Complete Flight Suite Solution
This Beechjet/Hawker glass flight deck upgrade features 3 high-resolution, 12-inch flight displays – a multi-function display (MFD) in the center of the panel, flanked by dual primary flight displays (PFDs) at the pilot and copilot positions. In addition, 2 easily accessible touchscreen display/controllers serve as the primary crew interface for the system. For added flexibility and redundancy, the wide landscape-format flight displays can all function in multi-pane mode, allowing multiple pages to be viewed side-by-side on the same screen. With this capability, pilots can simultaneously view maps, charts, checklists, TAWS, TCAS, flight plans, weather, video input and more – without cluttering or compromising the clean visual layout.
Enjoy Advanced Flight Control
Garmin’s G5000 integrated flight deck for the Beechjet/Hawker series also includes a fully digital, dual-channel, fail-passive automatic flight control system (AFCS). Providing optimized performance throughout your aircraft’s flight envelope, the G5000 system supports a wide range of capabilities that include coupled LPV approaches, vertical navigation, flight level change (FLC), and other sophisticated flight monitoring and performance features.
Look ahead in Virtual 3-D
For added situational awareness, optional Garmin SVT™ Synthetic Vision Technology is also available in your G5000 upgrade package. Using sophisticated graphics modeling, this technology creates a 3-D “virtual reality” landscape on the flight display – showing terrain, obstacles, traffic, and runway environments in graphical perspective, so pilots can easily visualize the flight cues they would be seeing through the windshield on a clear day – even when flying at night or in IMC. SVT works seamlessly to alert pilots of potential ground hazards by displaying terrain and obstacles which might pose a threat, along with appropriate TAWS alert coloring and voice alerts.
Gain Graphical Mapping, Alerting and More
In addition to standard TAWS-B terrain alerting (TAWS-A is available as an option), your new Beechjet 400A or Hawker 400XP flight deck will come with integrated terrain, obstacles and navigation databases to provide a comprehensive moving-map navigation display. Along with this geo-referenced Garmin FliteCharts® and Garmin SafeTaxi® diagrams come preloaded on the system. Or, optionally, Garmin ChartView™ is available for those who prefer geo-referenced Jeppesen charts. The digital air data computers in the G5000 support Reduced Vertical Separation Minimums (RVSM) criteria to allow full utilization of the now-more-restrictive – yet still more fuel-efficient – upper flight level cruising altitudes.
Add All the Options You Could Want
Designed to be highly configurable and customizable, your G5000 flight deck package can be upgraded with a wide array of options, including: Advanced weather radar capabilities such as turbulence detection and ground clutter suppression. TAS/TCAS I or TCAS II systems with ADS-B “In” capabilities for comprehensive active traffic monitoring. Garmin Connext® global datalink services for voice calling, email, text messaging and Worldwide weather coverage. SiriusXM™ satellite weather and audio entertainment links. Plus much, much more.
And to top it all off, you’ll be flying this new integrated flight deck with the confidence and peace of mind provided by a 2-year warranty, backed by Garmin’s #1-ranked Product Support team.
*GPS receiver has a nominal operating velocity range of 0 – 800 kts (411 m/s).