The eABS is an affordable, lightweight and easily installed system that
requires no change to your existing brake system. It provides improved braking
performance in all conditions, reduces the risk of flat-spotted or blown tires,
lessens the risk of prop erosion and FOD ingestion and allows for hard braking
at touchdown speeds.
“We are thrilled to be working with Advent Aircraft Systems,” said Vice
President and General Manager of Western Aircraft Austin Shontz. “The company’s
innovative offerings expand the opportunities available to our Pilatus and King
Advent eABS helps PC-12s handle wintry runways.
This is the first eABS for the PC-12 and King Air aircraft and the system is
proving to be of particular interest to flight departments that transition
pilots from ABS equipped aircraft.
The eABS was first certified on the Eclipse EA500/550 in December 2013 with
over 110 Systems in operation to date. In addition to the certification for the
Pilatus PC-12 and Beechcraft King Air B300/B300C/B200, Advent's eABS is
currently planned or being developed for other aircraft types, such as the
Beechcraft T-6B/C and USAF T-38C, for both retrofit and OEM application.