Tue, Nov 21, 2006
Aero-News has learned Ardmore Flying School of Auckland, New
Zealand, has recently taken delivery of a Frasca Mentor Advanced
Aviation Training Device (AATD) and a Frasca TruFlite FNPT II STD
(Flight & Navigation Procedures Trainer).
The TruFlite is configured as a Piper Seminole, and features
Frasca’s TruVision visual display system. The Mentor features
G1000 avionics, autopilot and TruVision.
Ardmore will use the Frasca simulators in their flight training
programs. The Ardmore Flying School is a world-class professional
aviation flight training facility catering to all levels of pilot
training. They operate a modern fleet of fixed wing and helicopter
aircraft including fourteen R model Cessna 172s.
Frasca International of Urbana, IL manufactures flight training
equipment for airlines, flight schools, Universities and military
organizations worldwide. Product range includes Flight Training
Devices (FTDs), Synthetic Training Devices (STD’s), Cockpit
Procedure Trainers (CPTs), Full Flight Simulators (FFS) and more
for all aircraft types, fixed wing and rotary. Over 2000 devices
have been installed worldwide.
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