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TruCue™, FRASCA’s newly developed simulator cueing and vibration system, provides critical vestibular feedback to the pilots. This system makes the simulator fly more realistically and allows the pilot to naturally react to flight motion cues while training.
FRASCA International Inc, Urbana, IL has delivered a Full Flight Simulator (FFS) based on the Bell 407 GX to the Bell Helicopter Training Academy, Fort Worth Texas. This is the first FFS built for the Bell 407 GX helicopter. Features include FRASCA’s TruVision™ Global visual system with TruNVG™ (night vision goggle) capability, a six axis motion system with 62” actuators and a secondary six axis vibration system (FRASCA’s TruCue™).
FRASCA International, Urbana, IL has received an order for two Cessna 172S Level 5 Flight Training Devices (FTDs) from China based Shandong Hairuio General Aviation, LTD through Lantech Engineering, FRASCA’s agent in China.
The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) Academy at Mike Monroney Aeronatical Center in Oklahoma City, OK has upgrades their three FRASCA Flight Training Devices (FTDs). The three FTDs include a Cessna Mustang (originally installed in 2009) and two Baron G58 Barons (originally installed in 2005). (more…)
Epic Flight Academy, New Smyrna Beach, FL has taken delivery of two Frasca Flight Training Devices (FTDs). The FTDs include a TruFlite™ PA44 Seminole and upgrades to their TruFlite™ Cessna 172 FTD. The 172 FTD will feature TruVision ™ visual system with 220 degree wraparound visual display sytem, while the Seminole will feature a Single Channel visual system, iPad interface, Garmin GNS430W GPS and Frasca’s TruFeel™ control loading system.
Delta State University, Cleveland, MS has placed an order for a Level 6 DA42 FTD (Flight Training Device) from FRASCA International, Inc. Urbana, IL. The school currently uses three FRASCA TruFite™ FTDs for the Cessna 172 and Beechcraft Duchess aircraft in their commercial aviation program. The new DA42 FTD will be delivered in Spring of 2016 and will feature FRASCA’s TruVision™ visual system, advanced cockpit weather and traffic interface and Garmin G1000 advanced avionics.
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.