AVIDYNE NAMED AEA ASSOCIATE MEMBER OF THE YEAR
Avidyne selected as Associate Member of the Year by the Aircraft Electronics Association’s member Dealers and other Associate Members. This is the 2nd time Avidyne has won this industry honor.
MELBOURNE, FL – April 18, 2023—Avidyne Corporation of Melbourne, FL. announced today that they have been selected as AEA Associate Member of the Year and will be honored at the upcoming Aircraft Electronics Association’s annual Convention and Tradeshow on April 24th at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Kissimmee, FL. The award is presented each year to an Associate Member of the AEA from a vote of the entire AEA membership.
“Avidyne is pleased to have been selected by AEA’s member dealers and manufacturers as the Associate Member of the Year,” said John Talmadge, Avidyne’s Vice President of Worldwide Sales. “Avidyne joined the Aircraft Electronics Association in the early days of the company and we’ve made significant investments in support of our dealers, including our innovative Interactive Installation Manual, our web-based Dealer Portal, and our on-line dealer knowledge base, which we have designed to provide world-class support to our dealers. I believe our dealers really appreciated the significant investment that we made during COVID and the supply chain crisis so that we were always able to have product available during that difficult period.” “On behalf of all the folks at Avidyne in manufacturing, engineering, operations, finance, techs support, and sales, I want to thank the Association and all of the Dealers for this award, and for your continued support,” Talmadge added.
We would also like to express congratulations to Dewey Conroy of Pacific Coast Avionics–a top Avidyne dealer– who was voted AEA Member of the Year,” said Talmadge.
This is the 2nd time Avidyne has won this industry honor, having previously been awarded the honor in 2002.
About the Aircraft Electronics Association (www.aea.net)
Aircraft Electronics Association represents nearly 1,300 member companies in more than 40 countries, including approved maintenance organizations specializing in maintenance, repair and installation of aircraft electronics systems in general aviation aircraft. The AEA membership also includes manufacturers of aircraft electronics equipment, instrument repair facilities, instrument manufacturers, airframe manufacturers, test equipment manufacturers, major distributors, engineers and educational institutions.
About Avidyne Corporation (www.avidyne.com)
Avidyne’s continuing leadership in innovation and product design make flying safer, more accessible and more enjoyable for pilots and their passengers. The company offers a full line of avionics systems for corporate, military, and owner-flown piston- and turbine-powered fixed-wing and rotor-wing aircraft. Headquartered in Melbourne, FL, the company has additional facilities in Westerville, OH, and Concord, MA.
Tom Harper – Avidyne