Avionics manufacturer Garmin has introduced the first emergency autoland system for general aviation. Available as part of the latest G3000 integrated flight deck on the Cirrus Vision Jet and Piper M600, the system is designed to take control and land the aircraft when a pilot cannot. In an emergency, the pilot or passengers can activate the Autoland system by pushing a guarded red button. It can also activate automatically in extreme circumstances. The system can be deactivated at any time ...

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