The Liberty University School of Aeronautics in Virginia has placed an order for two Frasca flight training devices (FTDs) to simulate the Piper Seminole and Cessna 172 aircraft.

The two Level 5 FTDs will include Frasca's TruVision™ Global visual system with its new laser-hybrid projectors, a UPS and an Alpha Systems angle of attack. With these two simulators, Liberty will have five Frasca FTDS in its fleet.

The high-fidelity experience with Frasca simulators allows students to realize a direct transfer of skills to the actual aircraft in almost every flight training event, according to Kevin Martin, associate director of Liberty’s Simulator Program, who said "The two new devices will help meet the needs of the School of Aeronautics growing student body by allowing the students to train more effectively at less cost.”