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Euramec establishes China R&D Center for Custom-made Flight Training Devices and Flight Simulators

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: China Aircraft: Airplanes

European aerospace in support of China Innovation-Drive Strategy with Hangzhou Startup STAR Program Award
 
Euramec, the European provider of advanced flight simulation solutions, announced today the opening of its Hangzhou R&D Center, supported by The Hangzhou Municipal People’s Government as an integral part of its China Innovation-Drive Strategy.
 
In June 2018 Hangzhou City Jianggan District Council awarded Hangzhou Euramec Aviation Technologies Co. Ltd. with the First Prize Startup STAR Program Award to support an initiative to set up an Aerospace R&D centre in Hangzhou, China.
 
Bert Buyle, CEO Euramec: “We are deeply honored with this award from the Hangzhou City Council. Euramec is proud to support the city’s regional innovative system and is opening an R&D Center here to design custom-made flight simulation and aviation training devices for the Chinese aerospace market.”
 
Euramec will offer design and production services to aircraft manufacturers requiring custom-made Flight Simulation Devices (FTD) for training and engineering purposes.  
 
The Euramec R&D Center will design and create FTDs for the Civil Aviation market as well as for General Aviation and sporty Ultra Light aircraft (ULM). These ULMs are lightweight, 2-seat fixed-wing aircraft -- extremely light and are lightly equipped with avionics, making them inexpensive to purchase and maintain.
 
All Euramec training devices are fully functional for flight training and flight simulation as well as for crew and maintenance training programs.

 
CAFUC signs with Euramec
The European Flight Simulation Manufacturer earlier this year signed a contract for two Diamond DA-42 Series flight simulators and four Cessna C172 flight simulators for the Civil Aviation Flight University of China (CAFUC) - to be delivered in Q4/2018.   
The deal was realized through business partner Wright Brothers Harbin Flight Technologies Co., Ltd, (HWB) based in Harbin, Heilongjiang Province.

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