Standard radio and flight/navigation equipment

Be-103 aircraft is fitted with Allied Signal/Bendix King radio communication equipment.
  • KY196A - two-way radio station for 118.000-136.975 MHz band;
  • P-855 - emergency radio station with transmitter frequencies 121.5 MHz and 243 MHz;
  • KMA-24 - intercom and switching equipment;
  • KX-165 - combination radio navigation and communication system.
Be-103 cockpit view
The aircraft flight/navigation equipment includes:

  • KN 63 - distance measuring equipment;
  • KR 87 - automatic direction finder;
  • KCS 55A - compass system;
  • KT 76 - aircraft transponder;
  • KLN89B - GPS navigation system;
  • KEA 130A - pressure altimeter;
  • KRA 405 - radio altimeter.
At customer's option, the aircraft may be equipped with weather radar and autopilot.

Amphibious aircraft, can take advantage of:

  • paved runways;
  • unpaved runways, unimproved fields.
  • coastal boat launch areas equipped with slipway/ramp for entering water;
  • marinas, coves, harbors.