The seats are large, comfortable and strong, reminiscent of something you'd find in the back of a bizjet.

The electrical system features a high degree of redundancy, with a 28 volt 95 amp alternator with two primary buses and a standby battery for powering the essential bus for around 45 minutes of flight time.

There is still a vacuum pump on the airplane, to power the backup attitude indicator. Most other new airplanes have gone to electrically powered backups.

The CWS button is positioned on the top left grip of the pilot’s control wheel. When released, the flight director will recalibrate, establishing new reference points, depending on the current pitch and roll modes.

GA switch or go-around button disengages the autopilot, selects flight director go-around mode, and activates a missed approach.

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