Who Uses A Fast Find 220?
Who uses a Fast Find Ranger?
All over the world thousands of people fly for work and for fun. From the flying doctors in Australia to the aerobatics at the airshows across the world pilots are embracing the thrill of the freedom of being in the air. But of course, safety comes first. Every flyer considers the options that he or she can face if a plane has to ditch in a emergency in the middle of the desert, the wilderness or even on the sea. The chances of survival for the pilot, crew and passengers are significantly increased if help can be called without delay.
Having a Fast Find in your pocket means you can get at it. If you are trapped, injured or adrift at sea, just activate the Fast Find, and you can be confident that rescue teams will be locating you - and Fast!
In some countries the 406 MHz PLB may be considered as an alternative to an ELT or ELT-S. To confirm the rules and regulations that apply in your country you should contact your National Aviation Regulatory Authority.