Garmin G3000

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The Garmin G3000 (and G2000/G5000) is the first touchscreen glass integrated avionics system designed for light turbine aircraft. It uses a variety of 14.1 inch integrated cockpit displays for ease of viewing and operation and 5.7 inch touchscreen controllers for intuitive control. The G3000 is capable of running Garmin's Synthetic Vision Technology, a graphical 3D rendering of terrain.[1] The G3000 was unveiled at the NBAA Convention in 2009.

Garmin 3000 Avionics for the Honda Jet

Airframes[edit]

G2000[edit]

G3000[edit]


G5000[edit]

G5000H[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Garmin Ltd. (1996). "Garmin G3000". Retrieved 15 August 2011. 
  2. ^ Cyrus Sigari (September 2014). "A plus for the CJ3". AOPA Pilot: T-10. 
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