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Wed, Jul 26, 2006

Direct-To Avionics Will Distribute New Chelton Radio Line

Direct-To Avionics has announced an agreement to distribute a new line of Chelton general aviation radios. Included are a Com transceiver, a VHF Nav receiver, and a Mode-S transponder for the experimental market. This suite will be available in the second quarter of 2007.

According to Direct-To Avionics president Kirk Hammersmith, "Our Chelton Flight Systems EFIS suites and new Chelton radio systems, combined with our extensive experience and rock-solid customer support, bolsters Direct-To Avionics' position as the experimental aircraft market's premier source for the ultimate in EFIS systems." 

Direct-To Avionics is the exclusive distributor of Chelton's experimental EFIS line. D2A also participates in the development and evaluation of future Chelton systems for both certified and experimental aircraft.

FMI: www.d2av.com

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