Garmin’s Autoland Can Land an Airplane with an Incapacitated Pilot – AIN

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Garmin’s new Autoland system can safely fly an airplane from cruising altitude to finding a suitable runway, landing the airplane perfectly, applying brakes, then stopping the engine.

Autoland is available for aircraft manufacturers to incorporate in their airplanes equipped with Garmin G3000 avionics and autothrottle. Piper is working on certifying Autoland in the M600, and Cirrus Aircraft will follow with Autoland in its Vision Jet.

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