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Freeflight Systems Brings You ANN's LIVE Coverage of AEA17!

Freeflight Systems, AEA Exhibit Booth #603

FreeFlight Systems designs, manufactures and supports avionics systems that improve the safety, efficiency and affordability of flying.

We specialize in technologies and solutions that bring the benefits of the NextGen airspace transformation to all segments of aviation. We are known for the quality and reliability of our products, the flexibility and compatibility of our solutions and our commitment to long-term service and support.

Our modular and scalable products can be used as stand-alone devices or as fully integrated avionics systems. This enables us to serve a diverse worldwide customer base in light general aviation, business aviation, commercial airlines and the military with solutions for airplanes, helicopters, unmanned aerial vehicles and airport surface vehicles.

Product reliability and customer service are at the core of our company’s mission, reputation and day-to-day business. Our products are designed and manufactured in America to rigorous quality standards. We support open technology standards to maximize affordability, compatibility with existing systems and upgradability as technologies advance. We also offer long-term product support, including for our legacy products that have been in continuous active service for nearly 50 years.

Our industry leadership includes a history of significant “firsts." We are the first company to:

  • Certify an airborne WAAS/SBAS GPS receiver;
  • Certify a rule-compliant ADS-B Universal Access Transceiver (UAT);
  • Gain Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) installation approvals for a certified ADS-B UAT, and;
  • Receive FAA approval for an ADS-B UAT for airport ground vehicles.

 Our goal is to make flying safer and more efficient with the highest-quality, longest-lasting and most affordable products and solutions available.

 

Did You Know (Cool Facts About Freeflight Systems!)

  • FreeFlight Systems purchased a division of TRIMBLE product lines. We support and repair original TNL series still to this day.
  • FreeFlight Systems was the first manufacturer to TSO a 978 transmitter for ADS-B transmission in 2011.
  • FreeFlight Systems was awarded the Rule Compliant Equipage Program (RCEP) in Alaska to outfit over 600 aircraft with our RANGR solution for the ADS-B Mandate.
  • FreeFlight Systems radar altimeters are standard on over ten OEM platforms including Robinson, Agusta, Bell and MD Helicopters.
  • FreeFlight Systems has educated over 20,000 pilots and aviation community members on ADS-B and the 2020 mandate.
  • FreeFlight Systems has worked with the several colleges and high schools such as Texas State Community College and Academy of Engineering and Aerospace to educate up and coming aviators on the NexGen Airspace.
  • FreeFlight Systems’ remote mounted 1203C SBAS/GNSS is a solution for several airlines to integrate with their existing transponders to provide a cost effective ADS-B solution.
  • FreeFlight Systems RANGR-G product line is the only approved ADS-B transmitter for ground transport vehicles.

 

FreeFlight Systems Makes News!

 

FMI: www.freeflightsystems.com, http://www.freeflightsystems.com/products/ads-b/position-sources/1203c-2, https://www.equipit2020.com, AEA Exhibit Booth #603.

 


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