GE Aviation has announced the delivery of its new flight management software Update 13 (U13) for the Boeing 737 MAX. The software will be standard fit for all 737 MAX production airplanes, beginning with the 737 MAX entry into service in 2017, and will be available for in-service installation across 737 fleets, says the company.

GE provides flight management systems for the Airbus A320/330/340, Boeing 767 and KC-46 Tankers, and U.S. Navy E-6 and P-8A aircraft, the USAF E-4 and C-130J, UK C-130J, Spanish Air Force C-130Js, among others.

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