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30-09-11, 10:17 PM
Join Date: Feb 2011
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The Cessna 162 is equipped for day and night VFR flying only. Production aircraft are delivered with a Garmin G300 EFIS installed, as well as a Garmin SL40 communications radio, a GTX327 transponder, and a 121.5 MHz ELT. Flight data is presented on the G300 in a single, split-screen combination primary flight display and multi-function display. Information can also be shown on two full-screen displays with installation of a second screen, which is a purchase option.
An autopilot and an audio panel are also available options
I always thought that VFR (Visual Flight Rules) meant you must look out the window to make sure you don't bump into things. How do you do that at night?
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