High Level of Fidelity was Cargair's decision breaker point in selecting
MONTREAL, Feb. 4 /CNW Telbec/ - Cargair, a Canadian leading flight
training organization, selects Mechtronix to provide a Flight Training Device
(FTD) configured as a twin turboprop featuring Beechcraft King Air class
aircraft with a conversion kit to multi engine piston aircraft Beech Baron 58.
Cargair's major investment will significantly contribute to their global
business development strategy. The device is scheduled to be delivered in
February 2008 and they will be looking to obtain Level 5 certification by
Cargair's recent successes, based on their vision & leadership on the
flight training market, found in Mechtronix a product offer that would
positively contribute to their continuous growth. The device will be used for
IR, CRM and MCC training for the local and international cadet programs.
Mechtronix strong presence in China and its honorable relationship with the
CAAC were amongst the factors considered by the Canadian flight training
organization in its purchase decision.
With a new training device, Cargair will be able to enhance its training
capacity. The FTD will feature real time visual software supplied by Redifun
Simulation Inc. (RFI), offering superior resolution and light point
brightness. This RASTERflight(TM) image generator is a unique component of the
visual system that provides locally generated weather, moving models and
special effects bringing FFS visual quality to the FTD world. "Mechtronix' FTD
will enable us to improve training while saving costs. Furthermore, their long
series of successes worldwide puts us in great trust with the quality and
fidelity of their devices," commented Cargair's President Mrs. Josée
"The order from Cargair further reinforces Mechtronix position as the
leading provider of flight training devices on the Canadian market. As one of
the key benefits, our FTD will enable them to improve efficiency of training
in high performing aircrafts which are part of the Cargair CAAC-approved
training footprint," indicated Mr. Xavier Hervé, President of Mechtronix. "We
endeavor working with highly successful FTO's like Cargair and look forward to
building a long relationship with them."
Cargair started its business operations as a bush air carrier in 1961;
they decided to diversify its activities and developed a charter business for
corporate and governmental customers and a flying school which became one of
the top flying schools in Quebec and Canada. To this date, they have a fleet
of more than 30 aircrafts from King Airs to Cessna 150's and train annually
more than a hundred and fifty private and professional pilots. They are one of
the few Canadian FTO's offering integrated training program in addition to
regular modular courses. In addition, they have attracted students from
51 different countries in the last 10 years. Cargair has an agreement with Air
Espace, a Swiss-based flight training organization, certified to convert
Canadian licenses into European ones. They also have an international business
case that has attracted many Asian students with the close relationships they
have with Chinese Airlines and other Asian airlines.
About Mechtronix Systems Inc. (MSI)
Headquartered in the Montreal aviation hub, Mechtronix Systems Inc.(MSI)
is the fastest growing designer and manufacturer of flight simulators. Backed
by Canada's largest institutional investor, Mechtronix ranks in the top-3 of
the global flight simulator market, with presence in America, Europe and Asia.
Through 20 years of passion and dedication, Mechtronix has developed a unique
expertise and proved extensively its vision and leadership for flight
training. Worldwide customers include major training organizations such as
CAFUC (China), JAL training center (California), KLM Flight Academy (Holland),
University of North Dakota (USA) and the University of Zilina (Slovakia). It
offers a full range of products from full flight simulators to flight training
devices setting new industry standards for higher fidelity, reliability, cost
efficiency and safety.
Recent additions include glass simulation training devices designed for
technically advanced aircraft (TAA).
For further information:
For further information: Cargair: Josée Prud'homme, President, +1
(450)656-1710, firstname.lastname@example.org; Mechtronix Systems Inc.: Adeline
Gautier, Marketing Manager, +1(514)342-0800, email@example.com; Media
Relations US: Rogue Wave Creative Group, Joe Dans, Director of Accounts,
+1(201) 819-6248, firstname.lastname@example.org