Monday, June 15, 2015 – Three students have been awarded FRASCA International Aviation Scholarships to continue fall semester studies at the Parkland College Institute of Aviation at the University of Illinois.
April 21, 2015 – The College of Aviation at Western Michigan University has taken delivery of a new FRASCA SR20 Level 5 Flight Training Device–FTD–and has also upgraded its two existing FRASCA SR20 FTDs to match the new device.
Horizon International Flight Academy LLC, UAE has placed an order with FRASCA International, Inc., Urbana, IL for a Bell 407 FNPT II (“simulator”). The simulator will be configured as the Bell 407 Helicopter and will feature Dual G500, Dual G430 and FRASCA’s TruVision™ visual system with 6 channel (200° x 68°) projected display system and custom database featuring the Al Ain International Airport.
Cape Air, one of the nation’s largest regional airlines based in Hyannis, Massachusetts, has received FAA Level 6 approval on their FRASCA built Cessna 402C Level 6 Flight Training Device (FTD). The FTD has been in service since January of this year and has been used to train approximately 70 pilots to date.
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FRASCA International, Inc, Urbana, IL has contracted with HNZ Group Inc. Montreal, Canada for the supply of an AS350 Level 7 Flight Training Device. The FTD will be convertible between three different configurations of the aircraft including the AS350B2 analog instrument panel, the AS350B2 VEMD instrument panel and the AS350B3e VEMD instrument panel. This will be the first Level 7 Flight Training Device certified in Canada.