At Lightspeed, everything we do is in service to you, our customer. We proudly ship our premium headsets and complementary supplies to pilots and dealers worldwide.
We design and manufacture technologically advanced Active Noise Reduction (ANR) aviation headsets engineered to provide you the quietest possible environment, unparalleled comfort and crystal clear communications, making your flights safer and more enjoyable. This is why we are the most preferred, most awarded headset company on the market today.
As a company of pilots and flight enthusiasts, we strive to know our customers well and deliver an innovative in-flight experience. Our dedicated staff works together daily at our headquarters in Lake Oswego, Oregon in support of this mission, ensuring that everything we do has a personal touch.
Our highly trained in-house customer service team deeply understands our products and technologies. They personally fly with all our products, guaranteeing that their help comes with real-world experience. Our support team members are empowered and passionate about helping you keep your Lightspeed device performing at its best.
Our repair team makes each repair by hand. This dedicated team has served our company for years, knows our products inside and out, and is prepared to keep your product in tip top shape throughout its long lifespan.
Our talented engineers continually strive to evolve our products and optimize quality.
In our on-site production and test labs, we ensure every one of our aviation headsets performs up to our superior standards and will provide a quiet and comfortable flying experience. No headset leaves our office without a multi-point inspection by a Lightspeed team member.
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With the unveiling of our first product at the 1996 EAA AirVenture — the innovative K series ANR headset — setting the standard became Lightspeed tradition. The XL series introduced Auto Shutoff™ in 2000. The Thirty 3G headset brought wired music and cell phone, along with intercom priority muting and a treble/bass EQ setting, in 2003. Lightspeed’s top engineering talent created the first Zulu in 2007, bringing a breakthrough in ergonomics, quieting, audio performance, and advanced features like full Bluetooth® integration.
The next decade brought great leaps in innovation, with Lightspeed engineers creating products like Sierra, a top of the line ANR headset offered at a budget price, and Tango, the first wireless aviation headset. Most recently, Zulu 3 earned the honor of being the most durable, most comfortable headset Lightspeed has ever made.
Lightspeed technology, past and present, represents a legacy of innovation and an unparalleled commitment to supporting our customers’ passions to provide them with the best aviation headset available.
Lightspeed strives to be a highly responsive and caring organization, dedicated to exercising the utmost ethical standards and creating a culture where both customers and employees feel valued, vested, and heard. We are constantly seeking ways to partner with our customers to help advance the art of aviation in the markets we serve.
The Lightspeed Aviation Foundation is an example of this philosophy. Through this foundation, dozens of organizations have been equipped with flight essentials and inspired to extend their impact across our country and the world.
Lightspeed also helps fund many non-profit organizations through partnerships and corporate service. We encourage and support our employees’ community involvement by matching their charitable contributions with our corporate matching programs.
Lightspeed Aviation, the leader in wearable ANR technology for pilots, operates with a simple strategy: know your customer well and remain committed to relentless product evolution. At Lightspeed, everything we do is in service to our customer and our products push performance to the edge of technological possibilities.