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Cirrus Owners Get R9 With DFC100 Package Pricing

Incentives For Upgrades From DFC90 Also Available Through The End Of The Year

Avidyne Corporation on Friday announced new limited-time package pricing for their Entegra Release 9 (R9) Integrated Flight Deck (IFD) system, which now includes the DFC100 digital autopilot. In addition, Avidyne is offering incentives for customers who previously purchased a DFC90 autopilot to upgrade to the R9 system and DFC100 autopilot. These packages and prices are available until December 31, 2010.

"Over 20 percent of the Cirrus fleet is experiencing the vast improvements that the DFC90 autopilot upgrade provides over the rate-based autopilot technology that has been around for decades," said Rob Higby, Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Customer Service. "We are now offering incentives that allow all Entegra-equipped Cirrus customers to experience that same level of improvement across their entire avionics suite by leveraging the advanced capabilities of the R9 flight deck and DFC100 autopilot."


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"With this promotional pricing, combined with the renewal of the Section 179 Deduction and Bonus Depreciation, customers who act now have the opportunity to upgrade to a new all-digital autopilot and state-of-the-art R9 flight deck at significant savings," said Higby.

"Avidyne has set a new standard for performance and safety in general aviation avionics, and Entegra Release 9 with the DFC100 provides the highest level of integration, and the easiest-to-use pilot interface available," said Patrick Herguth, Avidyne's Chief Operating Officer.

FMI: www.avidyne.com

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