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FreeFlight Systems To Equip LSA Fleet With An ADS-B Solutions

FreeFlight Systems' RANGR Product Line Is TSO-Certified

NextGen avionics company, FreeFlight Systems, has announced that the company has secured a letter of authorization LOA) to equip the existing Flight Design USA fleet with the company's certified RANGR ADS-B system.

They reported that FreeFlight Systems and Flight Design USA worked together to design an installation package that will provide complete ADS-B compliance for the 400+ Flight Design USA aircraft that are currently flying in the US. Under the S-LSA certification procedures, an LOA from the aircraft manufacturer is required to install equipment that was not originally certified on the aircraft.

"We chose the FreeFlight RANGR as it is a complete line of capable and affordable options for owners of Flight Design's existing aircraft," said John Hurst, CT avionics expert. "Aircraft owners will have peace of mind flying with FreeFlight's RANGR, as the company is the pioneer in ADS- B solutions."

The installation package includes FreeFlight Systems' certified RANGR Transmitter Lite ADS-B Out system, and will include all the necessary components required for installation. FreeFlight says for those customers that want to fly with the benefits of ADS-B In, FreeFlight's RANGR Transceiver Lite ADS-B In/Out system is available as an optional upgrade. FreeFlight Systems' RANGR product line is TSO-certified.

"We are excited to expand our installation capabilities to include Flight Design USA's popular aircraft," said Pete Ring, FreeFlight Systems' Director of Sales and Marketing. "By providing Flight Design USA with our certified RANGR ADS-B systems, we demonstrate once again that there are practical ADS-B solutions for all aircraft."

(Image provided by FreeFlight)



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