Tue, Apr 24, 2012
Eight New Models Rolled Out At Aero-Expo In Friedrichshafen
Aviation communications company Flightcom announced the immediate availability of eight new general aviation headsets last week at AERO-Expo in Friedrichshafen, Germany. The Venture headsets include two active noise reduction (ANR) models. They will also be available at the EAA AirVenture fly-in at Oshkosh, WI, in July.
“The new Flightcom Venture series extends our 29 years of leadership in creating aviation headsets and intercom systems to deliver outstanding comfort, dependability, performance and the best overall value for pilots,” Flightcom Executive Vice President Reed Stager said. “This year Flightcom started delivering new, award-winning wireless ground support systems for Southwest Airlines and others in commercial aviation. Now the Venture series provides innovative new headsets for our general aviation customers.”
The company says all Venture headsets deliver clear communication, outstanding noise reduction and include stereo speakers for optimized hearing. The top of the line Venture V90 headsets offer leading performance, comfort and style, including fresh new carbon fiber design ear domes and deeply padded head bands with ear seals covered in Flightcom’s luxurious ComLeather for hours of comfortable use. The V90 headsets are available in ANR, fixed-wing and helicopter-compatible models. The V70 fixed-wing model also sports ComLeather-covered ear pads and the same new carbon fiber-look domes as the V90. The V50 headsets deliver exceptional value, including the V50 ANR, which provides active noise reduction, and passive models for fixed-wing and helicopter use. The V30 headset is designed and built to the same high quality and reliability standards and is perfect for student pilots and “back-seaters” of all kinds.
All Flightcom Venture headsets come standard with a three-year limited warranty and can be ordered immediately through authorized dealers and distributors worldwide. (Pictured FlightCom B70SP)
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