Garmin’s® G950™ All-Glass, Standard Configuration Avionics for Aircraft Manufacturers

Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), the
global leader in satellite navigation, announced today the G950 avionics
suite, an all-glass avionics suite that is designed for aircraft
manufacturers who want a standardized avionics configuration and will
complete certification of their airframe’s avionics panel on their own.
Quartz Mountain Aerospace is the first manufacturer to select the G950
for its 11E aircraft, a four-seat, single-engine airplane that is newly
in production.

“The G950 is a step between the G900X and G1000,” said Gary Kelley,
Garmin’s vice president of marketing. “The G900X is designed for
non-certified kitbuilt planes and the G1000 is tailored to the specific
aircraft that it will be installed on and generally includes the GFC 700
autopilot. The G950 fits a new niche – one which we’ve received many
requests for – allowing OEMs with certified airframes to have the
benefits of a proven, Garmin all-glass cockpit. Since the G950 isn’t
customizable and doesn’t include the GFC 700 autopilot, OEMs will also
have the benefit of a streamlined certification process.”

The G950 integrates all primary flight, navigation, communication,
terrain, traffic, surveillance, weather, and engine sensor data on
Garmin’s high-definition LCDs. Manufacturers can select between a two or
three display G950 system, and the TFT displays boast XGA
(1,024×768-pixel) resolution with wide viewing angles. The G950 does not
include Garmin’s GFC 700 autopilot. The G950 is a highly reliable system
that utilizes many of the same features found on Garmin’s other popular
avionics suites:

The primary flight display (PFD) replaces many of the traditional
cockpit instruments and presents this information in an integrated
fashion on a large-format display, and the multi-function display (MFD)
puts all aircraft-systems monitoring and flight-planning functions at
the pilot’s fingertips

Designed with reversionary capabilities, allowing all flight-critical
data to transfer seamlessly to a single display for added safety during

Solid-state Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS), which can
align while in motion, including in-flight dynamic restarts

Digital Air Data Computer

Engine-monitoring display

Mode S transponder with Traffic Information Service (TIS)

Dual integrated radio modules that supports VHF communications, VHF
navigation with ILS and Class Gamma 3 WAAS that provides the capability
to execute LPV approaches

Digital audio control system

Garmin SafeTaxi® airport diagrams that help pilots navigate unfamiliar

Garmin FliteCharts® for Terminal Procedures (with optional ChartView
powered by Jeppesen)

The Garmin G950 will be on display at Quartz Mountain Aerospace’s Sun ‘n
Fun trade show booth in Lakeland, Florida, April 8-13, 2008.

About Garmin International Inc.Garmin International Inc. is a subsidiary
of Garmin Ltd. (Nasdaq: GRMN), the global leader in satellite
navigation. Since 1989, this group of companies has designed,
manufactured, marketed and sold navigation, communication and
information devices and applications – most of which are enabled by GPS
technology. Garmin’s products serve automotive, mobile, wireless,
outdoor recreation, marine, aviation, and OEM applications. Garmin Ltd.
is incorporated in the Cayman Islands, and its principal subsidiaries
are located in the United States, Taiwan and the United Kingdom. For
more information, visit Garmin’s virtual pressroom at
or contact the Media Relations department at 913-397-8200. Garmin,
G1000, SafeTaxi and FliteCharts are registered trademarks and G950 is a
trademark of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries. All other brands, product
names, company names, trademarks and service marks are the properties of
their respective owners. All rights reserved.

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