Estonia Takes Delivery of BAM MSS 7000 System Equipped King Air 350 ER

This King Air 350 modded with the MMS 7000 system has been delivered. (Image by BAM)

We noted back in March that Bromma Air Maintenance (BAM) had completed its special MSS 7000 System installation for the Estonia Border Guard. Estonia has now taken delivery of the specially modded King Air 350ER, the first MSS 7000 System ever installed.

Bromma Air Maintenance signing the documents for acceptance of delivery together with the Estonian Police and Border Guard in Tallinn. (Image by BAM)

Marketed as the BAM350 EagleEye, BAM completed the project with ST Airborne Systems.

The Estonian Police and Border Guard will utilize the system for environmental patrol and aerial surveillance of the sea and land areas under Estonian responsibility. Special features of the install include two operator consoles, two observer seats and an equipment rack.

The control console.

Housed underneath the pod is the search radar, EO/IR sensor and the IR/UV scanner.  The SLAR antenna is installed under the tail of the aircraft and BAM has also installed antennas for SATCOM and AIS.

The pod.

In finalization, BAM decked the craft out in the official colors of the Estonian Police and Border Guard.

Official colors.

BAM holds the EASA STC for the installation on Textron B300 aircraft.

The company’s main base is at Bromma airport, Stockholm, Sweden. They are a Textron Beechcraft Authorized Service center and provide numerous aviation services such as equipping special mission aircraft, base and line maintenance, repair and overhaul services for turboprop, single and multi-engine piston, jet aircraft and helicopters. The company website is www.bam.aero. The company contact is Marcus Lönn, Director of Sales (marcus.lonn@bam.aero).

 

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