East Aurora, NY | April 7, 2016– Astronics Corporation (NASDAQ: ATRO), a leading supplier of products to the global aerospace, defense, consumer electronics and semiconductor industries, announced today that its Luminescent Systems Inc. subsidiary has been selected by Diehl Aerospace GmbH to design, develop and supply the emergency lights for the Embraer E2 program, the latest generation regional aircraft of the Brazilian manufacturer. In addition, Diehl Aerospace GmbH selected PECO Inc., Astronics’ subsidiary specializing in cabin interior, structures and military assemblies, to design, develop and manufacture the E2 program’s Passenger Service Units. Diehl Aerospace GmbH was selected by Embraer as the prime contractor to supply the entire Cabin Lighting System, the Cabin Management System and the Passenger Service Units for the new E2 family of regional aircraft.

Peter J. Gundermann, President and Chief Executive Officer of Astronics, commented, “We are very proud to take part in the Embraer E2 program. This is a critical win for Astronics, because it reinforces our success in providing innovative, light weight, highly-reliable lighting solutions and stylish Passenger Service Units, and it extends our content and value on commercial transport aircraft.”

East Aurora, NY | September 2, 2015– Astronics Corporation (NASDAQ: ATRO), a leading supplier of products to the global aerospace, defense, consumer electronics and semiconductor industries, announced today that it has been selected to supply the Passenger Service Units (PSU) on the new family of long-range Boeing 777X aircraft. The award is subject to the execution of a final purchase agreement.

Mr. Peter J. Gundermann, President and Chief Executive Officer of Astronics, commented, “We have had a long-standing relationship with Boeing on the 777 platform, and we are excited to participate on the 777X. We appreciate the confidence Boeing has expressed in us and look forward to our product contributing to the cabin innovations and improved passenger comfort levels Boeing plans for the 777X.”

Production of the 777X, the largest and most efficient twin-engine jet in the world, will begin in 2017. There currently are 320 orders and commitments for the aircraft. The cabin interior will include larger windows, a wider cabin, new lighting and enhanced architecture, including the Astronics PSU.