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One of the easiest ideas to understand about emergency airframe parachutes is this: If you ever need a parachute and you don't have a parachute, you'll never need one again. BRS has saved at least 380 lives and every single one of those persons is now the company's best salesperson.
Peace of Mind — Many buyers of these emergency parachutes have said that they use the system every time they fly. They gain peace of mind from knowing the BRS is present, ready to save the day. A pilot who knows he has a terrific option if every thing else fails can do a better job flying his or her airplane, so pulling the bright red handle is rarely needed. Just as important, all their passengers also enjoy flying with the same, priceless piece of mind.
Picked By #1 Sellers — Is it simply a coincidence that the top-selling general aviation airplane (Cirrus SR22) and the top-selling Light-Sport Aircraft (Flight Design) install BRS parachutes as standard equipment in every one of their airplanes? Isn't it amazing that each company made this important decision and then became the best sellers in their category?
Most Experienced — BRS invented the product now called an emergency airframe parachute, way back in the early-1980s. The company has developed models for ultralights, Light-Sport Aircraft, general aviation airplanes, military aircraft including the U.S. Air Force Academy and for UAVs and is developing for India's Air Force trainer, and is now working to develop a whole-airplane parachute for turboprops and Very Light Jets. More than 34 years of experience is greater than any other supplier... by a wide margin. Therefore, is it any wonder that all such parachute systems are identified simply as a "BRS?" The company brand name is synonymous with life-saving systems.
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