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Freedom Avionics

at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport

Quality, Honesty, Satisfaction Guaranteed...Check us out, you will be glad you did...We Promise! Bret, Sheri, Brandon, and crew.
Services, Facilities and Amenities
  • ADS-B Experts, we offer all options
  • Auto Pilot Services
  • IFR & VFR Certification
  • Custom New Panels made in house
  • Garmin Platinum Dealer
  • Avidyne Premier Dealer
  • Appareo Dealer
  • Honeywell Bendix King Dealer for 30 years!
  • Bench Repair Services
  • G1000 Expert Service Center
  • Broomfield
Contact information
Address:11905 Corporate Way
Broomfield, CO 80021
United States of America
Telephone: 303-469-5633
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From Jerry Brockhaus on 06-Feb-2017

  Freedom Air upgraded my V 35 Bonanza with Garmin GTX 345 ADSB & GTN 750, & my IFR cert, they paid attention to every detail, even fixed a prior faulty antenna installation. They got me he Garmin rebate, (I was unaware of) & helped me get the FAA rebate. Thanks to Bret & TJ, I would highly recommend this shop.
From Gary Justus on 30-Jan-2017

  Bret at Freedom Air Avionics has assembled a fantastic team who installed a new Garmin set of avionics, including ADS-B, in my Grumman Tiger. They are authorized/certified dealers for Garmin, L-3 Lynx, Bendix-King and most other avionics brands. They are driven by a desire to get it right at a fair price.
From Don Warfield on 30-Jan-2017

  Buyer beware: This is NOT the Freedom Avionics I had used and strongly recommended in the past. It is now Freedom AIR Avionics, under the ownership of Legacy. I contracted them to replace my KT-76 with a Stratus ESGi, remove an ADF and remove an old backup battery system. They did the installation correctly, but not much else matched our agreement. They destroyed salable harnesses and connectors. They started a day late and finished several days late. I had asked them to re-certify the aircraft for IFR after the installation. That opened the floodgates: 14.5 hours of labor to check the static system for leaks, install a few feet of plastic hose and install a rebuilt encoder. Their excuse? Previous shops had overlooked numerous defects that should have voided certification. In fact, Freedom WAS that previous shop. Legacy/Freedom has seen the last of my business.
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