Mon, Aug 01, 2005
Tiger Aircraft LLC
recently named AmSafe Aviation of Phoenix, AZ as the exclusive
provider of inflatable restraints in all Tiger aircraft.
The Tiger AG-5B will soon come with AmSafe Aviation Inflatable
Restraints (AAIR) as standard equipment for 2006 models in the
pilot and co-pilot seats and as an option in rear seats. The Tiger
AG-5B is known for its incredible speed for its size, fuel
efficiency, and excellent safety record.
"It only makes sense that our top quality aircraft are equipped
with the best restraint technology. We want our pilots to have fun
and be as safe as possible," said Mat Goodman, Tiger
Aircraft’s Senior VP of Sales & Marketing.
Certification and introduction of the AAIR on Tiger Aircraft are
anticipated toward the end of the year. In addition to AAIR, other
standard features on Tiger aircraft include solid bonded honeycomb
construction, rivetless aluminum skin, imported leather seats and
renowned Garmin avionics.
"AmSafe is pleased to
partner with Tiger Aircraft in protecting those who fly with the
most significant safety enhancement available to the general
aviation flying community," said AmSafe AAIR general manager, Joe
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