Bose support Aerobility with A20 Aviation Headsets



Bose Europe have donated a pair of A20 Aviation Headsets to disabled flying charity Aerobility, supporting the charity in its work to make flying an aircraft accessible to all.

The charity already uses Bose headsets and has found them to be perfect for the needs of disabled pilots. “The excellent audio clarity and noise attenuation really does help those with impaired hearing to clearly hear the radio, whilst the low weight is a real bonus for those with various disabilities such as muscle weakness” comments Mike Miller Smith, Chief Executive Aerobility. He goes on to say “We are very pleased to be able to make use of the latest Bose equipment, they will work superbly in our new Tecnam P2002, the world’s first aircraft certified for disabled pilots.”

Niels van den Bergen, Bose Account Manager – Aviation Partners, comments “This year Bose celebrates its 50th anniversary and 25th anniversary in aviation. Supporting Aerobility shows our commitment towards making aviation an accessible and life changing activity for everybody.”

The Bose A20 Aviation Headset is the result of more than 30 years of ongoing Bose research in noise reduction technology. It has been engineered to deliver significantly greater noise reduction – in even louder environments - and offers improved comfort, clear audio reproduction, and new features, including a Bluetooth® communications interface, auxiliary audio input, and priority switching of audio sources.

Mike at Aerobility