Monday, 17 September 2007


Aeromechanical (AMA: TSX-V) has just been approved for Supplemental Type Certificates (STC's) for many of the key aircraft manufactured by Airbus and Boeing. An STC is issued when an applicant has received Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) approval to modify an aircraft from its original design.

It is only with this certification that major airlines can purchase and use Aeromechanical's Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRS). AMA is now able to "commence and pursue installations on aircraft headquartered in Europe and meet the requirements of our contracts in China."

In addition, the world's largest prospect for large aircraft purchasers is China, and now another major hurdle has been eliminated for the consummation of AMA's contracts there.
AMA's progress is step-by-step and is in the right 'go' position.

We expect their fortunes to continue in a very steady manner, and watch traction develop very rapidly.
In our minds it is not a matter of 'if' , but rather 'when'?