Central Washington University utilizes an all Frasca fleet of Flight Training Devices (FTDs). This includes a G58 Baron TruFlite FTD with G1000, King Air 200, and a CRJ-200 AATD. All three training devices include Frasca's TruVision visual system. Central Washington University is a longtime customer with several Frasca devices in use.
The simulator training you receive as part of our program will be invaluable to you. The major benefits derived from this training includes: Crew Resource Management (CRM) training, Line-Oriented Flight Training (LOFT), Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) familiarization, HSI, RMI, RNAV, Autopilot and Flight Director operation, and Flight Management System (FMS) operation.
G58 Baron TruFlite FTD with G1000
The Aviation Training Center (ATC) is located at Bowers Field, north of the main CWU campus. Most flight related academic courses are taught in Black Hall on the CWU campus and at the Aviation Training Center. Take a closer look at our facility here!
If you'd like a tour, please contact us beforehand to arrange a date for one of the department staff to show you around. Additionally, the department hosts several open house events each year for public visitation. Please keep an eye on our Facebook page and the department website for those.
The Aviation Training Center's FTD rooms houses $1.5 million worth of flight training equipment, which include:
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