AIRtec’s Basler BT-67 is a remanufactured Douglas Turbo DC-3. Its versatile configuration makes it the perfect platform for many different types of projects.
AIRtec’s Beechcraft Baron is a twin-engine reciprocating airplane. Its exceptional speed and versatility make this a very cost-effective aircraft for many different range or surveillance missions.
AIRtecs Gulfstream IV is a long range, long endurance, high altitude, mission capable jet aircraft. Its fully customizable cabin makes it capable for many unique customer sensor, and mission requirements.
King Air 200T
AIRtec’s King Air 200T is a twin-engine turboprop airplane. The tip tank model of King Air 200 offers the unique ability to extend the time spent on range or missions.
King Air A100
AIRtec’s King Air 100 is a twin-engine turboprop airplane. It has been uniquely modified to carry either surface radar systems or an auto-tracking telemetry antenna in the belly mounted radome.
King Air B200C
AIRtec’s King Air 200C is a twin-engine turboprop airplane. The fully customizable interior and aircraft manoeuvrability makes it a uniquely versatile aeroplane for any project.
AIRtec’s Falcon 10 is a traditional swept-wing subsonic turbo-fan jet aircraft. This aircraft is configured with dual-frequency GPS capability as well as UHF, L and C band telemetry downlink.
AIRtec’s Bell 206 Jet Ranger is a two-bladed extended range rotor wing aircraft. Equipped with the CINEFLEX V14 camera system, this aircraft is a customer favorite for high-resolution video recording.
AIRtec has a GSA schedule (Multiple Award Schedule) that allows for the fast and flexible procurement of services. Contact us today.
The current AIRtec fleet includes eight types of fixed and rotary-wing aircraft all specially modified for a variety of maritime radar surveillance, airborne telemetry, and range safety applications. AIRtec provides the necessary facility and personnel for aircraft management, maintenance, and technology integration. The fleet is operated and maintained out of California, MD at the St. Mary’s County Airport (2W6), approximately seven miles from NAVAIR. Aircrew and aircraft can generally be deployed within 48 hours.
For over twelve years the AIRtec fleet has been the primary maritime radar surveillance aircraft for the Atlantic Test Range, Atlantic Fleet Exercise Coordination Center, the Pacific Missile Test Range, NAWCAD, NAWCWD, and NASA Wallops Island Facility. Other recent projects include performing radar flight testing for Telephonics Corporation and the Counter Narco-Terrorism Technology Program Office; providing Standard Navy Target Control (SNTC) relay for BQM-74E target drones; conducting flight test in support of the Carrier Landing Systems Office for VX-23; and acting as Air Intercept Control (AIC) targets for Fleet Opposition Force exercises. Our mission readiness rate has been 98% over the previous five years.