Epic Flight Academy Q&A

Tuesday, 24 November 2020 by

Haley Konfrst, an IR student at Epic Flight Academy, experiencing Epic’s newest simulator, a FRASCA Cessna 172 Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD) with FRASCA’s Motion Cueing System for fixed-wing devices (FMCS-FX)

FRASCA spoke with Dr. Cindy Lovell, Director of Education at Epic Flight Academy, about the flight school’s growing fleet of FRASCA Advanced Aviation Training Devices (AATD). Epic recently became the first flight school in the world to take delivery of a FRASCA Cessna 172 AATD with FRASCA’s Motion Cueing System for fixed-wing devices (FMCS-FX). https://epicflightacademy.com/

Frasca High Fidelity

Tuesday, 04 August 2020 by
Frasca High Fidelity TBM-930

Unlike competitors who often start with commercially available computer games and attempt to boost fidelity from there, at Frasca, we produce our own flight modeling for our Level D full-flight simulators. We take what we learn in developing this high-level modeling and apply it down the line of our simulators.

We achieve this by investing in high fidelity in three significant ways (more…)

Embry Riddle Q&A

Monday, 03 August 2020 by

Q&A With ERAU Prescott, College of Aviation Flight Department, AZ Campus

FRASCA spoke with Dennis “DJ” Cassady, Flight Simulation Manager, at the ERAU Prescott campus. DJ is responsible for maintaining, updating and upgrading all flight training devices in the program.

How many students are enrolled in the program?
DJ: We have 675 students enrolled for Fall 2020 (more…)

Q & A with UND

Monday, 20 April 2020 by

Chad Martin took some time out to talk about the University of North Dakota’s (UND) world renown aviation program and how they successfully integrate simulators into their training.

FRASCA: Tell us about your position with UND?

CM: I’m the Fleet Manager and work on Special Projects for the program which means I manage the aircraft and simulator fleet and research products that help support our students and our mission. I’ve been with UND full time since 1999.

FRASCA: How many students do you have enrolled in your programs?