Brittain Industries Flight Control Systems are backed by years of in-flight experience, offering unparalleled dependability and safety.
Originally found in 1958 as Brittain Aircraft Enterprises, we led the way in autopilot innovation. Building our systems largely around Alick Clarkson's invention of the aircraft automatic pilot, which utilized a "canted" gyro to sense both roll and yaw of the aircraft simultaneously, Brittain patented the original turn coordinator gyro, Model TC100. The Brittain TC100 autopilot turn coordinator gyro operates from vacuum and electric power sources, either or both, providing indicator display even through an emergency, a safety feature unique to the Brittain TC100 autopilot turn coordinator gyro.
Today Brittain holds over 300 Supplemental Type Certificates in more than 278 different aircraft, has registered seven patents and four trademarks. Our major OEM customers include Beech Aircraft, who made the Brittain Flight Control System standard on their production line for a number of years and continue to procure Brittain model BI-707 servo assemblies for rudder boost in the King Air line, and Mooney Aircraft who designed the Brittain Stabilization System as a basic part of the aircraft. We are an FAA Certificated Repair Station with limited instrument and airframe ratings, we hold an FAA Parts Manufacturing Approval and Technical Standards Orders C3a and C9c.
GET YOUR BRITTAIN SERVICED BY THE EXPERTS
Our full line of two and three axis autopilots are modular in concept. Working off the basic wing leveling system, Brittain's modular program provides the ability to upgrade at minimal expense. Additionally maintaining and servicing your existing Brittain system is just a click or a phone call away. We offer competitive labor rates and courteous service.
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