FLYHT is a leading provider of satellite communications, global flight tracking including live Flight Data Recorder streaming capabilities, and aircraft health monitoring solutions. FLYHT’s Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRS(TM)) is specifically designed to enhance operational control, improve dispatch reliability and safety and reduce costs. FLYHT provides these solutions to more than 70 customers (including airlines, leasing companies, and original equipment manufacturers) worldwide.

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