Aerosonic's Avionics Specialties subsidiary to supply electronic sensing systems to Korean Aerospace Industries Ltd.

CLEARWATER, Fla., 21 Dec. 2006. Aerosonic Corporation, a supplier of flight products for commercial and military aircraft, has announced that its Avionics Specialties Inc. wholly-owned subsidiary has received a $7.5 million order from Korea Aerospace Industries Limited (KAI). Avionics Specialties will supply air data systems, including integrated multifunction probe (IMFP) and related equipment for the production of KAI's T50 aircraft.

Dec 21st, 2006

CLEARWATER, Fla., 21 Dec. 2006. Aerosonic Corporation, a supplier of flight products for commercial and military aircraft, has announced that its Avionics Specialties Inc. wholly-owned subsidiary has received a $7.5 million order from Korea Aerospace Industries Limited (KAI). Avionics Specialties will supply air data systems, including integrated multifunction probe (IMFP) and related equipment for the production of KAI's T50 aircraft.

The IMFP provides angle of attack, air data sensing, and pressure sensing for military aircraft in one probe, reducing the flight management system complexity on military aircraft, and is currently installed on the KAI T50 military trainer, the F16 Block 60 jet fighter, and the M346 military trainer.

Shipments to KAI are expected to occur over a three-year period beginning in September 2007.

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