AXIS Flight Simulation has been selected by the National Institute for Aerospace Research (INCAS) to supply one Beechcraft King Air C90GTx Level-D full flight simulator (FFS), due to be delivered to its research facility in Strejnicu, Romania.

For this programme, AXIS performed a full flight test campaign which captured comprehensive aircraft flight data to be used for model development.

Designed for special purpose and turboprop aircraft, the Beechcraft King Air C90GTx FFS comes with a XT6 visual system from RSi. It also features a VanHalteren motion system, further enhancing the realism of flight simulation.

INCAS’ work contributes to EU policymaking under the FlightPath 2050 vision and Horizon Europe programme. AXIS Flight Simulation will support INCAS to research performance indicators such as pilot response and the real time of handling of aircraft aerodynamics, with the goal of optimising procedures and lowering operating costs.

Magdalena Ardelean, Project Manager, INCAS, says: “Since our inception 75 years ago, INCAS has been advancing aerospace research initiatives in Romania. We were looking for a device capable of recreating a variety of flight scenarios to the highest fidelity, including the mathematics that govern aircraft’s movement and its reaction to commands made by the pilot. AXIS Flight Trainings System’s innovation stood out to us, and we appreciate the team’s dedication to delivering a tailored solution that meets our specific requirements."

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