Why It Is Important To Speak To The Avionics Experts

  • Avionics
  • 20-09-2016
  • Philip Hutchings

Avionics is all about improving your flying experience while increasing safety. Integrating the world’s leading tech into the flight deck of your aircraft will give you the peace of mind, knowing you have the right tools to complete your mission and get home for dinner. 

With electrical load analysis, ongoing airworthiness assessments, software management and new product releases, the input from an experienced avionics professional is a requirement for any operator in today's landscape. And our Avionics team can do just that. We provide a wealth of knowledge gained from avionics backgrounds in GA, commercial airlines and military to ensure your aircraft is fitted for both your current requirements but future ones as well.

We have distributorship agreements with over 20 leading Avionics manufacturers including Garmin, Artex and Rockwell Collins, allowing us to work together with aviation’s leading Avionics’ companies to provide customers with the best options for their aircraft. At Oceania Aviation, we want to offer our customers a complete range of options to suit their needs and their budget.

We are committed to enhancing your flying experience and ensuring your aircraft is ready for the future.

Philip Hutchings
Posted by Philip Hutchings
Originally from South Africa, Phil has over 35 years experience working in avionics in Military, Airline and GA. Starting as an apprentice for the South African Airforce, his career has seen him work on various machines including super sonic jets, Super Pumas, Boeing 727s, 737s and McDonnell Douglas MD-80s. Arriving to the New Zealand shores in 2008, Phil has his LAME in Electrical , Instruments & Avionics and heads the Oceania Aviation Avionics team.


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