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Bristow Group Selects FreeFlight Systems’ RANGR ADS-B Solution For Its AW139 Helicopters Serving Gulf Of Mexico Customers (2)

Certified, Rule-Compliant RANGR FDL-978TX ADS-B Out System Expected To Help Improve Efficiency Of AW139 GOMEX Operations

Waco, TX, July 27, 2012 -FreeFlight Systems announced today that Bristow Group Inc. (NYSE: BRS), a leading provider of helicopter services to the offshore energy industry, has selected FreeFlight Systems RANGR FDL‐978TX ADS‐B Out solution for its AW139 helicopters serving Bristow’s customers in the Gulf of Mexico.

The FreeFlight Systems RANGR FDL‐978TX system for the AW139 is the first certified, fully rule‐compliant UAT based ADS-B Out solution available for Gulf of Mexico helicopters. The system allows Air Traffic Control in Houston to track aircraft operating in the Gulf of Mexico far beyond the range of ground‐based radar.


FreeFlight Systems Introduces RANGR FDL-978RX ADS-B Receiver With Built-in WAAS/GPS & Upgrade Path

Highly Cost-Effective RANGR Receiver Adds ADS-B In And WAAS GPS Capability To A Variety of Cockpit Displays Today With Upgrade Path to Certified Solutions

Waco, TX, July 24, 2012 - FreeFlight Systems introduced today the RANGR FDL- 978RX ADS-B receiver with built-in WAAS GPS, providing a highly cost-effective way to add ADS-B In datalink and WAAS GPS capabilities to a wide variety of cockpit displays immediately while providing a straightforward upgrade path to fully rule-compliant ADS-B installations in advance of the December 2019 mandatory equipage deadline.


FreeFlight Systems and Chevron Receive STC For First Rule-Compliant ADS-B Installation In GOMEX Helicopters

Waco Texas, June 14, 2012, FreeFlight Systems, a leading NextGen avionics supplier, and Chevron Corporation announced today that FreeFlight Systems has received a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for the first fully rule-compliant ADS-B solution for Gulf of Mexico (GOMEX) helicopter operators.

Developed using the FreeFlight Systems RANGR FDL-978TX ADS-B Out system and Chevron’s AgustaWestland AW139 helicopters, the STC will help improve the efficiency and cost of flights carrying as many as 11,000 people daily to and from offshore oil exploration platforms.


FreeFlight Systems Provides High Integrity Position Source On First Certified ADS-B System For General Aviation Aircraft

FreeFlight 1201 GPS/WAAS Sensor Integrated With 1090 Transponder

Waco, Texas, June 4, 2012 -- FreeFlight Systems, a leading NextGen avionics  supplier, announced today that its model 1201 GPS/WAAS Sensor is the position, velocity, time and integrity data source for the first rule-compliant light general aviation ADS-B Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) in the United States.


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