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AeroBrigham offers system for human external cargo
More people can be transported with greater safety and flexibility with Boost System's "human external cargo" equipment. AeroBrigham has become an approved vendor for the fixed line system.
AeroBrigham co-owner David Brigham.

North Texas helicopter service and support provider AeroBrigham is now an approved vendor for Canada-based Boost Systems' fixed line human external cargo (HEC) equipment.

Boost Systems offers FAA compliant HEC systems that can transport more people with greater safety and flexibility by reducing exposure and cutting costs. The quick-release hook assembly installs easily anywhere and can remain on the helicopter during regular operations, allowing teams to maximise operations with increased efficiency for fixed line applications. Boost Systems meets all FAA standards for the recent AC133-1B and 27.865 requirements.

AeroBrigham owners David and Danny Brigham continue to add capabilities that augment their significant helicopter maintenance, repair, overhaul and completion offerings. David Brigham comments: “The Boost HEC product is exactly what our company looks for in a vendor, and we are pleased to offer this capability to our utility, law enforcement and parapublic customers.”

AeroBrigham offers complete support for sales, installation, and training for both Airbus and Bell Helicopter installations. AeroBrigham is an FAA FAR Part 145 repair station in Decatur, Texas conveniently located 30 minutes north of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.

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