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Simulator sales set for China
Sales to China are on the up; Frasca simulators have found a place with the country's CAA and other orders are in the pipeline.

Illinois, US-based Frasca International has logged several simulator sales to customers in China within the last few months. Recent orders include a King Air C90 Level 5 flight training device (FTD) for the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) located in Shenyang City, Liaoning Province. The FTD will be used by the CAAC's Northeast Regional Administration Bureau for research and pilot training.

Other sales include a DA40/42 reconfigurable FTD to First International Aviation Academy, and several additional sales to Chinese flight training organisations are in progress. The company has sold over 40 simulation devices ranging from AATDs to full flight simulators to China over the last several years.

Frasca International designs and manufactures flight simulators, flight training devices and simulation components. It delivers high quality simulation equipment and leads the industry in simulation technology such as aerodynamics simulation, flight test, data acquisition, visual systems, NVG simulation, control loading, motion systems, motion cueing, manufacturing and fabrication, electronics design and more. Since the company was founded in 1958, over 2,700 simulators have been delivered worldwide. Frasca is ISO: 9001:2015 certified.

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