Following to several months of certification process EASA has approved glass cockpit Dynon SkyView in the popular PPL training aircraft the SportStar RTC. The SportStar RTC has become the first EASA Certified aircraft in the world approved with the modern SkyView glass cockpit from Dynon Avionics. Dynon SkyView in the SportStar RTC has proven compliance with certification requirements of the EASA CS-LSA regulations as well as EASA Certification Policy for Glass Cockpits.
Dynon SkyView represents the latest development in the area of glass panels on the market of light sport airplanes. The SkyView is full redundancy Glass Cockpit with 10” EFIS and 7” EMS displays, ADAHRS module, GPS Mapping modul and 3D Terrain / Synthetic Vision System.
The first SportStar RTC with Dynon SkyView Glass Cockpit will be delivered to France in these days, other SportStar RTC airplanes for different markets are under production. The first glass cockpit aircraft will be operated by the air club Les Alcyons – one of the biggest clubs in Paris area. The SportStar RTC, registration F-HMAD, is equipped with the SkyView 10” EFIS and 7” EMS screens, ADAHRS module, dual GPS Mapping, 3D Terrain / Synthetic Vision System, COMM/NAV/VOR/LOC Garmin GNC 255 receiver and ballistic recovery system. The aircraft will have also Apple´s i-Pad mini installed, bringing extended convenience and functionality in the cockpit.
With the advanced SkyView glass cockpit, ballistic recovery system, low operating costs and excellent training platform the SportStar RTC represents the most innovative solution for air clubs and pilot training organizations on the global market today.
SportStar RTC is manufactured by Evektor-Aerotechnik, EASA Certified manufacturer with over 40 year experience in aircraft production and sales network in 50 countries globally. Fleet of 1.300+ delivered aircraft is placing Evektor-Aerotechnik among the top global manufacturers of airplanes for pilot training, air club and leisure flying. Evektor’s long-time experience in design and development of General Aviation airplanes has become a base for the latest company’s project - the new generation twin engine turboprop EV-55 Outback for transportation of 9-14 passengers / cargo.