Two Frasca customers recently received JAA qualification for
their Frasca devices. Atlantic Flight Training, Coventry, England,
has received FNPT II MCC qualification for their Canadair Regional
Jet Simulator (CRJ), while Oxford Aviation Training (OAT) has
received FNPT II MCC qualification for their Frasca 737 device,
their second Frasca 737 simulator in operation.
Atlantic Flight Training’s device will be used for Multi
Crew Cooperation and Jet Orientation courses (JOC). The device
simulates the popular CRJ200 regional jet, and is certified as an
FNPT II MCC. Features include Collins Pro-line IV Avionics Suite,
FMS 4200 flight management system, Electric Control Loading (ECL)
and Frasca’s TruVision 220 visual display system. Atlantic
Flight Training also uses a Frasca DA-42 Simulator built for the
all new Diamond DA-42 aircraft. The device features Garmin G1000
and Frasca's TruVision 170.
OATs 737 FNPT II MCC device features 6-axis electric motion,
TruVision, simulated EFIS and FMS and digital control loading and
sound. Based at Goodyear Airport in Phoenix, AZ, Oxford Airline
Training Center (OATC) received JAA FNPT II qualification for their
two new Frasca TruFlite flight simulators last spring.
The Frasca TruFlite simulators, (defined as Flight Navigation
Procedures Trainers, FNPT, in JAR regulations) were approved for 40
hours of training credit. The devices will be used during the first
135 hours of foundation flight training on their Integrated airline
pilot training courses. Oxford Aviation Training has delivered high
quality pilot training for over forty years and is a longtime
customer of Frasca International.
Frasca International, Urbana, Illinois, manufactures flight
training equipment for airlines, flight schools, Universities and
military organizations worldwide. Product range includes Flight
Training Devices (FTDs), FNPT I, II and IIMCC devices, CPTs, Full
Flight Simulators (FFS) and more for all aircraft types, fixed wing