Wed, Oct 17, 2012
Frasca International To Supply The Full Flight Sim To The Chinese Flight School
Nanshan International Flight Academy has ordered a CAAC Level D Cessna CJ1+ Full Flight Simulator (FFS) from Frasca International. The Simulator will be installed at Nanshan’s flight academy located in Longkou, China.
The Frasca FFS will fully simulate the Cessna CJ1+ business jet and will include Frasca’s advanced FFS packaging, Frasca’s Graphical Instructor Station (GISt), the Collins Proline 21 Avionics Suite, a 60 inch stroke Moog Electric Motion System, and RSI Visual Systems’ XT Series Image Generator with RSI CrossView 200 X 40 Field Of View Display System. The FFS will also include Frasca’s reinforced motion platform base and other advanced engineering and manufacturing designs and processes.
This is a significant order for Frasca and expands their strong footprint within the Chinese commercial aviation flight training community. During its 50+ years of service to the international flight training industry, Frasca has designed, manufactured, delivered, and supported various Full Flight Simulators worldwide. With more than 2,500 simulators installed in over 70 countries, Frasca is well known as a major supplier to flight training organizations.
“Frasca is extremely honored to have been selected for this follow on order to provide a CAAC Level D FFS to Nanshan Flight Academy,” said John Frasca, President of Frasca International. “We’ve been building simulators for over 50 years and are thrilled to be working with the prestigious Nanshan organization on this simulator project and look forward to future cooperation with Nanshan on additional projects. We have the expertise, experience and reputation to provide a quality Level D FFS that thoroughly meets their requirements.”
“Nanshan is rapidly expanding its aviation businesses," said Luan Yebo, director of Nanshan International Flight Academy. "This is the seventh simulator we have purchased from Frasca. Nanshan is well positioned to provide excellent flight training to our expanding customer base. Nanshan and Frasca have outstanding worldwide reputation for high quality aviation services and products. We look forward to continuing our relationship with Frasca and to ensuring the highest quality flight training services for the Chinese aviation community as well as to the international market.”
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