New business agreement with Airflite

Mikael Seyfarth from ST Airborne Systems together with Homer Constantinides and Sandro Carusi from Airflite

New business agreement with Airflite

Last week ST Airborne Systems and Airflite signed a business agreement with the aim of penetrating the Special Mission Aircraft market in Australia and Asia.

At a first meeting in Perth the foundation was laid for working together to meet the exciting and growing demands of a versatile market.  “We very much look forward to this cooperation where Airflites’ competence in avionics and aircraft and ours in special mission systems will complement each other perfectly” says Mikael Seyfarth, Senior Sales Executive at ST Airborne Systems.

Airflite is a proven leader in aviation related services for both the Commercial and Defence sectors, specialising in Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO), Aircraft Sales, Avionics Line Maintenance, Avionics major modifications, Component Repair/Overhaul, Spares/Logistics Support, Structural Repairs and Fixed Based Operations (FBO) with VIP Lounge.The aforementioned services and products are currently provided to a range of satisfied customers in Australia, Oceania and the Asian region.

ST Airborne Systems is a world leader in providing airborne maritime surveillance systems. The MSS 7000 is the latest generation of this airborne ISR multi-mission system. It combines a cost-effective and field-proven sensor suite with latest technology software to achieve excellent usability and user-friendliness. It is designed to effectively address tasks both over sea and land such as Exclusive Economic Zone protection, protection of natural resources (e.g. fishery and fish stock), Search-And-Rescue, piracy and smuggling, general sea traffic control, environmental protection (e.g. oil spill detection and monitoring.) and green border protection. It has been delivered to customers around the world and is built on more than 40 years of experience and feedback from operators.”

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