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AIRINC, Honeywell sign new flight data agreement

Applied informatics and Research Inc. (AIRINC) has announced that they have entered into an agreement to become an authorized Flight Data and Cockpit Voice Recorder Readout and Playback centre for Honeywell Aerospace Products.

October 5, 2016  By AIRINC

AIRINC is one of the few authorized centres in Canada with this capability as it relates to all Commercial Aircraft and has purchased the applicable test equipment, software and documentation which will allow them the capability to read and play back all common Honeywell Flight Recorders. In addition, AIRINC can carry out full return to service checks and approve initial installations.

AIRINC is an Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) and software development and services company working in the field of flight data analysis based in Ottawa and has been in business since 2007. They specialize in Flight Data analysis services including Flight Data Monitoring (FDM/FDA/FOQA) with an expansive Canadian customer base, Digital Flight Recorder readout and playback tools, computer animation, economic and performance analysis including Greenhouse Gas monitoring and mathematical analysis which they provide to their customers worldwide.

“AIRINC is very pleased that Honeywell has recognized our company as a leader in flight data analysis in Canada by authorizing us to be one of the very few Readout and Playback Centres located here and elsewhere, in fact our authorization is very broad and we are ecstatic to be working with such a prestigious organization as Honeywell,” noted Steve Roberts, AIRINC president/CEO.



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