Dynon warns of delivery delays for avionics

Dynon Avionics is the latest aviation company to warn of delays in delivering new products because of a crisis in the global supply chain of components.

The delay affects both Certified and Experimental (Permit) avionics, said the company last week.

“The current sustained global supply chain crisis has seen us face increasing supplier de-commitments and dramatically increased delivery times, impacting our ability to keep critical components in stock,” said a statement issued last Thursday (16 December).

“This, along with increased customer demand (2021 is a record year at Dynon), means we will have challenges delivering some products in the coming months.

“Dynon has found alternatives for many components – often at much higher prices. However, there are components critical to experimental SkyView displays that are not available at all right now, at any cost.

“Therefore, we are currently unable to manufacture or ship experimental SkyView HDX, SkyView Classic, and SkyView SE displays.

“Our engineering team is working aggressively through the holidays to finish changes to SkyView’s design to mitigate this issue. At this time, the earliest date we estimate a return to production is Feb 1, 2022.”

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