Rotterdam, The Netherlands, October 27, 2003. TRC Development will be exhibiting at Europe's aviation exhibition and conference: Avionics Expo Europe 2003 in Wiesbaden, Germany. The exhibition and conference takes place on November 20 and 21, 2003. TRC Development will show its product line of flight simulators "The Real Cockpit" and is located at booth B45, Hall 1 of the Rhein Main Hallen in Wiesbaden.
TRC Development will demonstrate The Real Cockpit's new Flight Simulator, the TRC472 and the new Radio Stack RS372. The TRC472 is a very realistic and unique Flight Training Device, very precisely modeled after the original Cessna 172 Skyhawk while the Radio Stack, type RS372, is very precisely modeled after the Bendix King Silver Crown line. The TRC472 and RS372 are the ultimate Training Devices for pilots. Pilots using TRC's Training Devices need fewer hours in the actual aircraft and gain more experience than with aircraft training devices utilizing LCDs. The TRC472 is available as non-approved, as approvable PC-ATD and as approvable FTD.
Avionics Expo Europe 2003 is aimed at aerospace electronics professionals in commercial and air transport communities, military and government agencies, executive aircraft operators and avionics manufactures. Simply Events and Avionics Magazine organize the exhibition and conference. There are seven airlines who are attending the exhibition and some of the biggest names in the aviation industry. Besides TRC Development b.v., other exhibitors are for example Air France Industries, Jeppesen GmbH and the Federal Aviation Administration.
For more information, visit www.avionicsexhibition.com.
TRC Development designs and manufactures realistic Flight Training Devices utilizing replicas of real instruments. The first products in a line of ATDs, FTDs and Full Flight Simulators are based upon the Cessna 172 Skyhawk, the world's most popular single engine aircraft. TRC Development b.v. was established in 1999 and is funded by private investors.
The company is located at Rotterdam Airport in The Netherlands. Its products are sold worldwide via distributors and local representatives. Recently TRC Development signed an agreement with the Delft University of Technology's (TUD) Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, renowned for their accurate flight dynamics models. This cooperation enables TRC Development to deliver full flight simulators with excellent flight dynamics.
For more information, visit: www.therealcockpit.com .
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