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Flight Safety and Frasca Partner on AS350 Simulator

By Staff Writer | October 22, 2008

Emergency Medical Service, Executive Transport, Fire, Observation/Patrol, Personal Aircraft, Police, Utility

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Flight Safety International has partnered with flight simulator manufacturer Frasca to place light turbine simulators in many of FSI’s training centers. Attendees at the Air Medical Transport Conference in Minneapolis held Oct 20-22 were able to test drive a non-motion, full-visual, AS350 simulator configurable for hundreds of in-flight situations, such as inadvertent IMC, instrument landings and systems failures.  R&W gave it a try as well, shooting several normal landings, some IFR approaches, and a few autorotations.  Its realism was exceptional. Related news

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