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Chinese education organisation selects Frasca sims
Flight simulation training is going from strength to strength in China and this year Frasca is helping to meet some more of the fixed-wing demand with the provision of a Diamond DA40 device.
Frasca is to provide a DA40/42 G1000 flight training device to First International Aviation Academy in China.

China-headquartered First International Aviation Academy has selected Illinois, US-based Frasca International to provide a DA40/42 G1000 flight training device (FTD) for its programmes this year.

Frasca has been active in the Chinese aviation market for over 20 years. The flight simulator manufacturer has delivered 48 devices to China including those for both fixed wing and helicopter training. Customers include government flight colleges and universities, airlines, training centres and privately owned aviation academies and schools. Frasca has a strong presence in China and is committed to a long term working relationship with the CAAC and to providing the highest quality products to the Chinese flight training industry.

Frasca has a factory trained support centre located in Beijing for sales support and CAAC certification/recertification support, warranty support, operation and maintenance support, repairs and general enquiries.

It designs and manufactures flight simulators, flight training devices and simulation components and its simulation technology includes aerodynamics simulation, flight test, data acquisition, visual systems, NVG simulation, control loading, motion systems, motion cueing, manufacturing and fabrication, and electronics design. Since it started in 1958 over 2,700 Frasca simulators have been delivered worldwide. Frasca is ISO 9001:2015 certified.

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