Flight Explorer Receives FAA Approval to Install New ADAM
Messaging System in Boeing 757-200/300 Aircraft
Alexandria, Va.– August 9, 2005 – Flight Explorer, the world's most trusted and accepted provider of Internet-based real-time global flight tracking information, reporting and display products today announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the use of its new Aircraft Data and Messaging (ADAM) product on Boeing 757 Series aircraft.
This STC (Supplemental Type Certification) is the second in a series of STC’s for Flight Explorer’s ADAM system. Previously, the FAA approved ADAM’s use on
ADAM allows aircraft operators to extend their operations centers to the cockpit by providing satellite coverage for worldwide aircraft tracking combined with voice and data communications. It provides the ability to send/receive text messages between the aircraft cockpit and ground operations (air/ground-ground/air). ADAM provides excellent worldwide coverage at a low initial investment cost and high rate of return. As part of its ADAM initiative, Flight Explorer will also enable airlines to offer email and Internet services to passengers.
“Air Carriers that operate 757s and MD-11s with the ADAM system now have a variety of communication options between operations personnel and their team members in the air,” said Walt Kross, CEO of Flight Explorer.
Flight Explorer is currently pursuing STC approvals on a variety of other aircraft types based on customer requirements.
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About Flight Explorer
Flight Explorer is the world's most trusted and accepted provider of Internet-based real-time global flight tracking information, reporting and display products. It produces Flight Explorer Professional, the industry's most powerful, reliable and widely used aircraft situation display system. Customers include FedEx, UPS, Hawaiian Airlines, NetJets, JetBlue, FAA, Continental Airlines, Bombardier Business Jet Solutions, World Airways, Air Canada, MillionAir, TAG Aviation, AeroMexico, the City of Chicago Department of Aviation, the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport and airport and port authorities in more than two dozen states. www.flightexplorer.com.