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FreeFlight Systems And Trego-Dugan Work Together

The Combine Team Completed AML STC For 1201 WAAS/GPS And Garmin GTX330ES For ADS-B Compliance

FreeFlight Systems announced that Nebraska based Trego-Dugan Aviation has received AML STC approval for installation of a FreeFlight 1201 WAAS/GPS sensor and Garmin GTX330ES Mode S transponder in more than 460 aircraft.

FreeFlight says their 1201 WAAS/GPS sensor is a high-integrity position source in a compact, lightweight package. They report that the 1201 pairs seamlessly with ADS-B capable transponders like the GTX330ES to provide the 2020 rule compliance.

"We're pleased to partner with Trego-Dugan on this program, their dedication to providing low-cost, quick-turn ADS-B upgrades is right in line with our core competencies," said Pete Ring, FreeFlight Systems' Director of Sales and Marketing. "We design our high integrity solutions to be modular and integratable with various other manufacturers, giving our customers flexible, practical ADS-B solutions for their aircraft."

FreeFlight says a follow-on AML STC for an Avidyne APX340 transponder combined with the FreeFlight 1201 is a few weeks from approval. They say additional models will be added to the AML, which will capture ADS-B solutions for King Air 90 series and several Citation jets.

Customers can purchase the STC directly from Trego-Dugan Aviation, or as a complete turn-key solution. It’s reported that Trego-Dugan is offering a one-day turn time for installation.



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