The company continues its tradition of offering owner-installable navcom radios.
By Rob Mark, April 6, 2017, Flying Mag, www.flyingmag.com
Announced at Sun ‘n Fun International Fly-In and Expo in Florida over the weekend, the product can replace every variation of the original King radio and can operate on either a 14- or 28-volt system.
By S.L. Fuller, April 10, 2017, Aviation Today, www.aviationtoday.com
Scottsdale, Arizona-based TKM avionics has been working on a direct slide-in replacement radio for the venerable King KX155 navcomms.
By Larry Anglisano, April 8, 2017, AVWeb, www.avweb.com
TKM Avionics announced an expansion of its lineup of owner-installed replacement radios, which by summer will include a slide-in replacement for BendixKing KX155/165 models.
By AOPA ePublishing staff, April 6, 2017, AOPA, www.aopa.org
TKM Avionics, formerly TKM Michael Avionics, has introduced a direct slide-in replacement for the King KX 155/165 series of NAV/COM radios.
By Molly McMillin, April 10, 2017, Aviation Week, www.aviationweek.com
TKM Avionics has developed a direct slide-in replacement for King KX155/165 series of NAV/COM radios. The company expects to begin deliveries of the owner-installable replacement units this summer.
By Staff, April 8, 2017, Aero News, www.aero-news.net
Sun ’n’ Fun 2017 might go down as seminal for plug-and-play replacements for aging avionics in general aviation aircraft, and TKM Avionics (formerly Michael Avionics) brought a line of digital retrofit radios that are a perfect fit for aircraft owners looking to upgrade their ILS-capable King KX155 navcom radios.
By Amy Laboda, April 5, 2017, AIN, www.ainonline.com
TKM Avionics has developed a direct slide-in replacement for the King KX155/165 series of NAV/COM radios. The company expects first deliveries this summer.
By Staff, April 6, 2017, General Aviation News, www.generalaviationnews.com
“Their story is a good one and I expect (TKM) Michel Avionics will be around for quite a while continuing to make good quality, affordable avionics with the budget-minded avionics buyer in mind and that’s a very good thing!”
Bob Hart, www.AvionixHelp.com
“March 27, 2015, Scottsdale, AZ—One of the world’s most prolific but least-advertised manufacturers of navcoms for GA aircraft is TKM Avionics, formerly TKM Michel Avionics. TKM, now owned by former AmSafe CEO Ken Beckemeyer, is a new company with a long history that has delivered over 37,000 legacy replacement navcoms since 1969.”
Dave Franson, firstname.lastname@example.org