The following information is derived from the FAA's Service Difficulty Reports and Aviation Maintenance Alerts.

Beech 58 Baron Cold-Weather Failure While at cruise altitude of 14,000 feet on a very cold day, the G500 panel flagged the airspeed, altitude, AIS, OAT, heading and horizon all “x” out with big red x’s. Loss of all data from the AHARS.  Pilot used the backup instruments to complete the flight. Whenever cold, the […]
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