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Training for Uruguay

ST Airborne Systems has upgraded the sensor technology and performed yearly maintenance on the mission system used by the Uruguayan Air Force (FAU). The FAU will now be able to more effectively perform surveillance and patrol missions covering their territorial waters as well as over...

Estonian delegation visits Sweden to have a look at their new aircraft

The Ministry of the Interior, the Estonian Police and Border Guard visited Bromma Air Maintenance and ST Airborne Systems  in Stockholm  on 19th September.  The purpose of the visit was to inspect the newly arrived Beechcraft 350i ER and to see the MSS 7000 airborne maritime...

Estonia’s Beech 350 arrives in Sweden

[video width="1280" height="720" mp4="http://airbornesystems.se/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/FL-1037.mp4"][/video] Estonia's new Beech King Air 350 arriving in the beginning of August at Bromma Airport from the aircraft factory in the U.S.  It received a salutory spraying and cleaning as a welcome. ST Airborne Systems is in cooperation with Bromma Air Maintenance providing a...

Upgrade for the Finnish Border Guard completed

The upgrade of the second Dornier 228 of the Finnish Border Guard was completed in late June  2017 following delivery of the first aircraft in April. The work has included an extensive upgrade of the avionics on board, as well as  of the MSS 6000 mission software...

India: First ever all female crew to fly with the MSS 6000

During ST Airborne Systems visit to Chennai last week,   the  Indian Coast Guard proudly presented the first time ever all female crew flying on a patrol mission with the MSS 6000. We would like to congratulate the Indian Coast Guard on this achievement! The purpose of the visit...