Wednesday, 12 December 2012

FLYHT Adds Boeing 777 STC Which Virtually Completes The Entire Boeing Family

FLYHT Aerospace Solutions Ltd.
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FLYHT is one step closer to having two more AFIRS 228 units activated with the announcement that the company has received an activation Supplemental Type Certificate from Transport Canada for the Boeing 777.

The activation STC announced today is for a US specialty carrier, which is preparing to install AFIRS 228 units on the only two Boeing 777’s in its fleet of nine aircraft. The carrier already has a mix of AFIRS 220 & 228 on seven other aircraft.

According to FLYHT’s news release, the approval of the Federal Aviation Administration is now required since the client will be flying a U.S. registered aircraft. The units can be activated as soon as this approval is received.

The Boeing 777 is the world’s largest twinjet and these aircraft are easy to recognize, even by those who are unfamiliar with aircraft types, due to its size and popularity. According to Boeing’s website, the Boeing 777 has flown almost five million flights and an accumulation of over 18 million flight hours since 1995.

FLYHT has already obtained STC’s for Boeing 737, 747, 757 and 767. According to Bill Tempany, President and CEO of FLHYT, the Boeing 777 is flown by several of FLYHT’s existing companies and several other potential customers. This is significant because when an STC is granted for a particular type of aircraft, it can also be applied to other clients with the same type of aircraft.

To view the news release, please click here......