Owners upgrade avionics for used business jets

04/27/2012 | Avionics Magazine online

Owners of used business aircraft are beginning to update their aircraft with new avionics systems as the economy improves, experts say. "We've found that business aircraft between 10 to 20 years old have the greatest propensity to upgrade," said John Peterson of Rockwell Collins. "Once an aircraft gets beyond 20 years, we find that the operator will fly the aircraft and not upgrade it."

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