AD Aerospace Appoints UII as Agents for Russia, the CIS and the Baltic States : 24th July 2009

AD Aerospace has appointed United Interiors International (UII), as Agents for its FlightVu range of products for Russia, the CIS and the Baltic States. UII will support and promote AD Aerospaces FlightVu range of aerospace video safety and security systems in the area stretching from Estonia to Armenia to Kyrgyzstan and covering the whole of Russia.

This region is one of the worlds most exciting markets for aerospace products with a large number of young dynamic airlines and resurgent aircraft manufacturers, said Mike Horne, Managing Director, AD Aerospace Ltd. UII with its long experience in the region, excellent contacts and dedication to the highest levels of customer satisfaction will prove an exceptional partner for us.

AD Aerospaces FlightVu Video Systems offer airlines and airframers the most efficient and cost effective way of increasing safety and security throughout an aircraft. Examples of where video can increase security include cockpit access, baggage / cargo security, passenger cabin surveillance incase of air rage and perimeter security for parked aircraft. FlightVu equipment is STCd across a wide range of commercial airliners and is available as production options on Boeing and XAC aircraft.

We are delighted to be working with AD Aerospace and to have the opportunity to bring FlightVu products to new and existing customers in our region, said Dieter Lantin, President of United Interiors International. FlightVu video systems are a great boon to aircraft safety and security and are an excellent addition to our product portfolio.

FlightVu equipment has been or is being installed on aircraft for, Boeing, XAC, SmartLynx, Qatar Airways, Sama, GECAS, ILFC, Air Estonia, Privilege, Orient Thai, Comair, Hong Kong Express, Hong Kong Airways, bmi, British Airways, JetBlue, Thomsonfly, Air Asia, Corsair, easyJet, Sky Europe, Air Europa, Germania, TUIfly, and airBaltic amongst others.

N.B. The countries covered in this agreement are Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.