July 16, 2019

Dynon Obtains Certification for SkyView HDX in Nearly 600 GA Aircraft Models


Dynon Obtains Certification for SkyView HDX in Nearly 600 GA Aircraft Models



Dynon Certified – a division of Dynon Avionics – today announced a dramatic expansion of the Approved Model List for its SkyView HDX line of products. With this AML expansion, Dynon’s full suite of certified avionics is now approved for nearly 600 type certificated piston single-engine aircraft. Features approved include Primary and Backup Flight Displays, Synthetic Vision, VFR mapping, flight planning, and navigation, Engine Monitoring, Mode S Transponder with 2020-compliant ADS-B Out, ADS-B In Traffic and Weather, and Dynon’s Com Radio. 

“From the moment Dynon Certified introduced its groundbreaking STC for SkyView HDX, we’ve heard from thousands of aircraft owners wishing we’d add their aircraft to the approved model list next. Now, with FAA approval for nearly 600 aircraft models, we can deliver on those requests,” said Michael Schofield, Dynon Director of Marketing. SkyView HDX systems are available from Dynon’s Authorized Installation Centers and directly from Dynon. “Over 20,000 pilots already know the joy of flying behind Dynon’s affordable, safety-enhancing avionics technology. We’re excited to share that experience with even more GA fliers”, says Schofield.

SkyView HDX is Dynon’s flagship avionics suite that allows most GA pilots to comprehensively update their aging legacy avionics at an affordable price. Pilots benefit from an uncluttered, elegant panel layout that reduces workload, is intuitive, fun to fly, and enhances safety. A Dynon certified installation typically reduces aircraft weight by 50 to 80 pounds after replacing the original instruments, and usually allows the removal of unreliable legacy equipment like the vacuum pump. 

Base SkyView HDX configurations including Primary and Backup Flight Displays, Synthetic Vision, and VFR mapping, flight planning, and navigation start at $7630. Displays are available in both 10” and 7” variants to suit a wide variety of instrument panel sizes. Engine monitoring, additional displays, and other features and controls are optional.

The SkyView HDX system is fully integrated but modular, allowing pilots to tailor installations to their aircraft’s unique mission and needs. Additional options available for all approved aircraft include complete Engine Monitoring with CHTs, EGTs, fuel flow, fuel computer, and lean assist; Mode S Transponder with 2020-compliant ADS-B Out; ADS-B Traffic and Weather display; Com Radio; and Electronic Flight Bag features. 

Dynon’s fully-integrated autopilot – featuring IFR approach capability when SkyView is integrated with a compatible navigator – is additionally available in Cessna 172 F-S and Bonanza P35-V35B models. The Bonanza approval includes yaw damper capability. Autopilot approvals for additional aircraft will be continuously released over the coming months. As of July 2019, Dynon is actively working on autopilot approvals for Bonanza 36s, Cessna 182s, and Piper Seneca models. 

Pricing and Availability

Base SkyView HDX equipment configurations start at $7630. STC pricing for all aircraft models in the AML expansion is $2,000. Dynon Certified products are available through a nationwide network of Dynon Authorized Installation Centers. Pilots can also opt to buy directly from Dynon and have it installed at their preferred avionics shop or by an A&P/IA. 

Approved Model List

Dynon’s updated Approved model list covers 592 type certificated piston single-engine aircraft, including most eligible aircraft made by Cessna, Piper, Beechcraft, Mooney, Grumman, and almost 40 other manufacturers. The complete AML is available at www.dynon.aero/stcaircraft.

May 20, 2019

Dynon Certified SkyView HDX Now STC Approved for Bonanza P35 thru V35B Aircraft

Dynon’s certified SkyView HDX system is now STC and PMA approved for installation into the Bonanza 35 series, ushering in a new era of truly affordable, safety-enhancing integrated avionics systems for thousands of aircraft.



The Bonanza approval covers Dynon’s full suite of avionics, including its three-axis autopilot with coupled approach capability. Pilots benefit from an uncluttered, elegant panel layout that reduces workload, is fun to fly behind, and enhances safety. A Dynon certified installation is typically 50 to 80 pounds lighter than the instruments it replaces and usually allows the removal of unreliable legacy equipment like the vacuum pump.

The SkyView HDX system provides complete primary flight instrumentation, including synthetic vision and angle of attack, and complete engine monitoring with CHTs, EGTs, fuel flow, fuel computer, and lean assist. Also approved is Dynon’s fully integrated three-axis autopilot - with yaw damper - which features IFR approach capability when SkyView is integrated with a compatible navigator. The approved installation also includes COM Radio, Mode S Transponder with 2020-compliant ADS-B Out, Navigation and Mapping with Flight Planning ADS-B Traffic and Weather display, and Electronic Flight Bag features. A complete set of backup primary flight instruments are provided by a Dynon EFIS-D10A.

Approved Model List

The SkyView HDX Approved Model List (AML) now covers Bonanza P35, S35, V35, V35A, and V35B models. Dynon expects further approvals for both single and twin-engine aircraft in the coming months. See the Dynon Certified website for the estimated timeline for future approvals.

Pricing and Availability

Dynon Certified products are priced the same as its existing experimental and light sport product line, with base configurations starting under $9,000. The STC for the Bonanza 35 series is priced at $4,000.

Dynon Certified products are available through a nationwide network of Dynon Authorized Installation Centers. Pilots can also opt to buy directly from Dynon and install it at their preferred avionics shop or by an A&P/IA.

For a complete list of dealers and pricing, visit www.dynoncertified.com