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BF GOODRICH ACQUIRES ATLANTIC INSTRUMENTS

 AKRON, Ohio, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Atlantic Instruments, Inc., of Melbourne, Florida has been acquired by BFGoodrich. Atlantic, a leading producer of ARINC 429 and ARINC 629 databus analyzers, will remain in Florida and be operated as part of the JcAIR business unit of BFGoodrich Aerospace. JcAIR is located in Olathe, Kansas. Terms were not disclosed.
 Jack Swift, JcAIR president, said "Atlantic Instruments is an excellent fit with our development of automated test equipment for the latest generation of commercial aircraft." JcAIR recently introduced the IRIS 7000, featuring digital VXI architecture. "Atlantic Instruments enhances our ability to design and deliver complete systems for the digital age," Swift added.
 BFGoodrich Aerospace is a diversified supplier of products and services to the aerospace industry. It is a division of The BFGoodrich Company (NYSE: GR).
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 /CONTACT: Brayton Harris of BFGoodrich Aerospace, 216-882-3419/
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CO: BFGoodrich; Atlantic Instruments, Inc. ST: Ohio, Florida IN: ARO SU: TNM

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