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FLYHT CEO Interview on BNN – Now Available Online

Earlier today, in response to Sunday’s loss of AirAsia flight 8501, FLYHT CEO Bill Tempany appeared on Business News Network and spoke with host Greg Bonnell about FLYHT’s Automated Information Reporting System (AFIRS™). In the segment, Mr. Tempany discussed flight 8501 and how AFIRS works in an emergency situation. Here are some key points from […]

FLYHT CEO To Appear On BNN

Tomorrow, Tuesday, December 30th at 12:40 (Eastern), FLYHT CEO Bill Tempany is scheduled to appear on Canada’s Business News Network (BNN). He will be interviewed by Greg Bonnell. The segment will discuss the ongoing search for the missing AirAsia aircraft, the continuing regulatory progress around flight tracking, and FLYHT’s Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRS™). […]

FLYHT Announces Legendary Deal with Christmas Legend

The North Pole – December 23, 2014 – This morning, officials at Santa’s Workshop announced that an AFIRSTM 228 unit has been installed aboard Santa’s sleigh. Making use of the Iridium Satellite network, the AFIRS unit will track the worldwide distribution of Christmas toys and cheer. The addition of the AFIRS unit will enhance Christmas Ground Control (CGC) […]

AFIRS 228 Approved For Use On Popular Boeing 767’s

This morning, FLYHT announced that the AFIRS 228 has been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for use aboard the Boeing 767-200/300 series aircraft in the United States. The Supplemental Type Certification (STC) gives current and potential customers the option of adding AFIRS 228 to existing or new aircraft. According to Wikipedia, as of […]