Icelandair, the innovative airline and Iceland’s flag carrier, has chosen CabinVu from AD Aerospace, an AD Group company, to improve safety and security on board its B757 aircraft. CabinVu increases cockpit security by giving the pilots’ a clear view of any activity outside the cockpit door and in the adjacent galleys from their usual seated positions and therefore greatly improving their situational awareness.

“At Icelandair our first focus is on providing safe, reliable and convenient services and the addition of CabinVu makes our aircraft and therefore our customers safer ” said Jens Bjarnason VP Icelandair Technical Services. “We see AD Aerospace as the best choice as they, like us, focus on their customers needs.”

CabinVu, the popular choice for cockpit door surveillance, provides pilots with a forward looking, clear and unobstructed view of the area outside the cockpit door and in the adjacent galleys. A series of cameras are linked to either one or two monitors and associated controllers within easy reach of the pilots for ease and comfort of use.

With the view provided by the system the pilots can visually identify anyone requesting entry and take appropriate action, should an incident arise. This is in line with recommendations from ICAO Annex 6, EUROCAE ED-123 and provides compliance with EU-OPS 1.1255 Sub Part S, FAA 14 CFR 121.313(k) and 14 CFR 121.584 (a). CabinVu is also good for operators due to its low weight and simple installation.

“Icelandair is a very prestigious addition to the family of airlines across Europe and the World fitting AD Aerospace safety and security systems,” said Mike Horne, Managing Director, AD Aerospace Ltd. “We are very pleased to have won the business of such an exciting and dynamic airline.”

FlightVu equipment has been or is being installed on aircraft for Icelandair, Europe Airpost, Boeing, airBaltic, Autrian Airlines, GECAS, ILFC, Orient Thai, Comair, Hing Kong Express, bmi, British Airways, JetBlue, Thomsonfly, Air Asia, Corsair, easyjet, Hainan, Germania, TUIfly, Sama and Mytravel amongst others.

AD Aerospace Ltd. designs and manufactures aerospace video camera systems for commercial aerospace, including state-of-the-art video security and safety systems. AD Aerospace is the parent company of Innovative Sensor Developments (ISD), designer of video system for Rugged and Mobile Military Applications and both are part of the AD Group. The company has EASA approvals for Manufacturing and Maintenance, and is an approved supplier to the Boeing Company. AD Aerospace has facilities in Cheshire UK, Atlanta USA and Singapore.

For more information please visit www.ad-aero.com

About AD Group
AD Group with its headquarters in Warrington, England, was established in 1997, its primary objective being to create and bring to market leading edge CCTV solutions. The pioneering nature of the Group’s products, with the emphasis very much on R&D, has undoubtedly been a critical element in AD’s success to date.

The principal shareholder of AD is Mike Newton who founded UK CCTV giant Dedicated Micros in 1982 which ranks No1 globally for multi channel digital video recorders. In 2001 Dedicated Micros became an integral part of AD Group. Since that time all AD companies have been able to take advantage of a shared technology base, offering the potential for flexible CCTV solutions on the ground, in the air and on the move. Members of AD Group include: AD Aerospace, AD Aviation, AD Network Video, ChipWrights, Dennard, Dedicated Micros, D-Tec, ISD, RemGuard, TSS and TES.

More information on AD is available at www.ad-group.co.uk

25th February 2009 – Air Italy, the dynamic charter airline, has chosen AD Aerospace, an AD Group company, to supply CabinVu-123 to improve safety and security on board its B737 aircraft. CabinVu-123 increases cockpit security by giving the pilots’ a clear view of any activity outside the cockpit door and in the adjacent galleys and therefore greatly improving their situational awareness.

“At Air Italy the safety and security of our customers is our first priority, which is why we chose CabinVu-123 from AD Aerospace” said Mr. Antenor Silva Neto, Assistant to C.E.O. & Accountable Manager of Air Italy. “We see this as the best choice as it provides high quality and reliability at a good price, just as we do.”

CabinVu-123, the popular choice for cockpit door surveillance, provides pilots with a forward looking, clear and unobstructed view of the area outside the cockpit door and in the adjacent galleys from their usual seated positions. A series of cameras are linked to either one or two monitors and associated controllers within easy reach of the pilots for ease and comfort of use.

With the view provided by the system the pilots can visually identify anyone requesting entry and take appropriate action, should an incident arise. This is in line with recommendations from ICAO Annex 6, EUROCAE ED-123 and provides compliance with EU-OPS 1.1255 Sub Part S, FAA 14 CFR 121.313(k) and 14 CFR 121.584 (a). CabinVu-123 is also good for operators due to its low weight and simple installation.

“Air Italy is a very welcome addition to the family of airlines across Europe and the World fitting AD Aerospace safety and security systems,” said Mike Horne, Managing Director, AD Aerospace Ltd. “As an exciting and growing force in Italian and European aviation we are extremely pleased to have won Air Italy’s business.”

FlightVu equipment has been or is being installed on aircraft for Europe Airpost, Boeing, airBaltic, Austrian Airlines, GECAS, ILFC, , Neos, Privilege, Orient Thai, Comair, Hong Kong Express, Hong Kong Airways, bmi, British Airways, JetBlue, Thomsonfly, Air Asia, Corsair, easyJet, Hainan, Germania, TUIfly, Sama and MyTravel amongst others.