Aircraft of all types have greatly advanced in the past few decades, and one of the biggest revolutions came in the form of reenvisioning the cockpit that pilots operate in. While many older aircraft models presented a fairly manual set of gauges and instruments to use that were often based on analog technology, modern aircraft now feature what is known as a glass cockpit. The term “glass cockpit” is used as the traditional analog features are replaced with LCD displays where all readings and instruments are either presented on a single primary flight display (PFD) or a Multi-Function Display (MFD). While these screens offer all necessary readings that analog instruments did, they also have the ability to present pilots with checklists, weather maps, engine data, and so much more.
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