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TRU Simulation celebrates ten years in flight simulation
A new brand and logo reflect TRU's shift away from providing pilot training to a more targeted focus on designing, manufacturing and maintaining high-fidelity flight simulators.
A TRU Simulation King Air 350 Pro Line Fusion cockpit.

As it marks a decade in the aviation simulation industry, TRU Simulation + Training, a Textron company, is rebranding to simply TRU Simulation. The new brand and logo reflect TRU's shift away from providing pilot training experiences to a more targeted focus on designing, manufacturing and maintaining high-fidelity flight simulators to address the vital need for accurate and true-to-life pilot training tools.

"We are thrilled to celebrate TRU Simulation's 10th anniversary, a significant milestone that showcases our commitment to excellence in advanced aviation simulation. We owe our success to our loyal customers and dedicated employees who have been instrumental in shaping our journey. Their trust and support have allowed us to deliver cutting-edge training tools that empower pilots to navigate the skies confidently," says vice president and general manager Jerry Messaris. "As we look ahead, we remain steadfast in our mission to provide safe, realistic and cost-effective simulators that meet the evolving needs of the aviation industry."

Originally formed out of three legacy aviation companies, TRU Simulation has evolved since its founding in 2014 to address unique simulator needs for a wide range of customers, customising devices to meet specific customer needs while meeting or exceeding all regulatory requirements.

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