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MECHTRONIX SIMULATORS AT CIVIL AVIATION COLLEGE OF JAPAN OBTAIN FTD LEVEL 5 QUALIFICATION

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MECHTRONIX SIMULATORS AT CIVIL AVIATION COLLEGE OF JAPAN OBTAIN FTD LEVEL 5 QUALIFICATION  Mechtronix

Mechtronix has announced that the Civil Aviation College of Japan has successfully obtained FTD Level 5 qualification by the Japanese Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB) for their two (2) Mechtronix Ascent® Flight Trainers™. The devices will be used for VFR and IFR training sessions at CAC’s facilities located in Sendai, Japan.

 

The Ascent® Flight Trainers™ closely replicate CAC’s newly acquired fleet of Baron G58 aircraft. They feature a 180 x 35° multi-channel visual system and a Redifun Simulation Inc. (RSI) Image Generator, which is FFS Level D compliant and will provide CAC’s pilot students with exceptional visual scene fidelity and realism. These cost-effective platforms are equipped with Garmin G1000 advanced avionics suite and come with a range of specific airport databases to further enhance realism during VFR training sessions.

About Civil Aviation College of Japan
Civil Aviation College (CAC) is an Independent Administrative Institution (established by the Japanese Government) with bases in Miyazaki, Obihiro and Sendai. Currently, CAC operates a fleet of 20 Bonanza A36 and 8 King Air C90A aircraft, and has decided to replace the 8 King Air C90As with 9 Beechcraft Baron G58 in 2010. To learn more, please visit the website, www.kouku-dai.ac.jp

About Mechtronix Inc.
Fuelled by 25 years of passion and dedication, Mechtronix is a world-leading manufacturer of flight simulators, designing, marketing and supporting aviation training products and related services for airlines, aircraft OEMs, flight training centers and training organizations worldwide. Mechtronix also applies its multidisciplinary expertise to the design, engineering and manufacturing of intelligent machines for a whole range of customers in various industries. To support our worldwide customers, technical support centres are strategically located around the globe. The company’s headquarters and main facilities are located in Montreal, Quebec. For more information, visit: www.mechtronix.com

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