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Tue, 10 July 2018

Bombardier Adds HUD and EVS Option to Challenger 350 Business Jets

Bombardier has confirmed that it will offer Head-up Display and Enhanced Vision System as an option on its Challenger 350 business jets.

The HUD and EVS systems will further expand the advanced avionics functionalities of the aircraft, such as the powerful Synthetic Vision System (SVS) and sophisticated MultiScan weather radar, to reduce pilot workload and enhance overall situational awareness.

Added to the Challenger 350 aircrafts already well-equipped flight deck, the HUD and EVS option will enhance the pilots situational awareness to provide passengers with an even smoother flight, said David Coleal, President, Bombardier Business Aircraft.

Bombardier Challenger 350 Business Jet. Click to enlarge.

The Challenger 350 jet features one of the best-equipped cockpits in its class. With the addition of the lightweight HUD, the aircraft will allow pilots to fly eyes forward in all phases of flight, most crucially during takeoff and landing.

For maximum situational awareness in all flight conditions, the HUD has a powerful enhanced vision system. The advanced EVS camera transmits live infrared imagery from outside the aircraft to the HUD, revealing runway lighting, surrounding terrain and possible obstacles on the runway.

The HUD and EVS will be available as an option on new Challenger 350 aircraft orders and can be installed as a retrofit on in-service models in Bombardiers extensive network of service centres. 

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