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8.33 Update - CAA 20% rebate available until the 30th September 2018

 
Great news! The CAA has extended there 20% rebate scheme on 8.33Khz radios until the 30th September 2018. This means you can receive 20% of the cost back on any 8.33Khz radio you purchase including handhelds.
 
 
further info can be found on the CAA website:
 
View the detailed eligibility criteria and funding application form
  • Questions regarding a current claim should be sent to: 
  • General enquiries should be sent to: 
For more information on funding see 8.33 kHz funding application page.
 
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INSTALLATION before and after!

Items removed:
ICOM A200 Com, Garmin GTX320 Transponder

WHAT'S CHANGED FROM THE D2 BRAVO to the newer D2 CHARLIE?

The following information is from the specification list provided by Garmin on both the D2 Bravo and the D2 Charlie.

CAA Grant Eligibility for 8.33kHz Upgrade

By January 2018, all aircraft that are required to carry a radio must have 8.33 kHz-compatible equipment fitted and operational, and from 1st January 25kHz radios cannot be used for general communication.

The CAA has secured €4.3 million of funding from the European Union's Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) to encourage the early transition of the UK GA fleet to 8.33 kHz-capable equipment.

Upgrading your aircraft radio to 8.33 kHz-compatible equipment

The clock is ticking... are you ready?

If you haven't already heard, by January 2018, all aircraft operating in airspace that requires the carriage of a radio must have 8.33 kHz-compatible equipment fitted and operational, and after 1st January 25kHz radios cannot be used unless specifically exempted for a particular channel such as the emergency frequency 121.5MHz.

Garmin Unveils the Aera 660 Next-Gen Aviation Portable GPS

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