AFIRS 228 Boeing 737 gets nod from Canada

FLYHT Aerospace Solutions has received an activation Supplemental Type Certificate for its Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRS 228) on the Boeing 737 – 700/800 series aircraft from Transport Canada.

The Boeing 737 is the most popular airframe globally and with a service life in excess of 30 years is a mainstay of the global aviation industry. FLYHT is pleased to add the AFIRS 228 STC for this popular aircraft type to the options available to our customers.

An STC constitutes regulatory approval to modify an aircraft’s design while retaining airworthiness certification and is necessary to permit retrofit installation of aeronautical products such as AFIRS. The company has activation STCs for 43 aircraft types for AFIRS 220 and 228 products and continues to develop STC’s for numerous other aircraft types.

AFIRS 228 is FLYHT’s next-generation flagship product. It is designed to provide a fully certified avionics platform capable of meeting all air navigation communications requirements in Europe, the United States and other jurisdictions around the world. It also provides the input and outputs necessary to enhance the value of real-time data for FLYHT’s customers globally. The AFIRS 228 will be the first safety services certified platform on the planet to provide black box data streaming via FLYHTStream, FLYHT’s patent pending solution.

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