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ROTORCRAFT PRO PRODUCT SHOWCASE CIRRUS HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS


GARMIN


EARPLANES -Pressure-regulating earplug reduces the discomfort associated with air travel. Recommended for travelers who fly with colds, allergies or sinus conditions. One pair of EarPlanes is good for one round trip flight (two flight segments).


GARMIN - Available as an option on Garmin’s GNS 430W and 530W series navigators, Garmin's HTAWS (Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning System) offers “forward looking” terrain and obstacle avoidance (FLTA) capability to alert in advance where potential hazards may exist Customers with existing GNS 430W/530W series navigators may opt to easily upgrade their units with HTAWS capability by taking it to an Authorized Garmin Service Center for an on-site upgrade.


631.692.7600 www.cirrushealtcare.com FREEFLIGHT SYSTEMS 913.397.8200 NEMSPA www.garmin.com


RA-4500 RADAR ALTIMETER - For critical flight regimes, the new FreeFlight Systems RA-4500 Radar Altimeter (TSO-C87) provides today’s flight crews with dependable, high- ly accurate and economical above-ground-level (AGL) information. This real-time system enhances operational safety during approaches, nighttime operations, and hazardous flight above rough terrain.


800.487.4662 ROTORCRAFTPROFESSIONAL www.freeflightsystems.com 42


Z-COACH - The National EMS Pilot’s Association has joined with Alertness Solutions of Cupertino, California to serve as the exclusive distributor of the Z-Coach fatigue manage- ment program to members of the 24/7 nation-wide air medical transport community. FAA Advisory Circular AC00-64, which provides guidelines for the initial and recurrent training of air medical transport crewmembers, specifies that crewmember fatigue is an impor- tant element of that training.


877.668.0430 www.nemspa.org


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