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  • NEWS | Robinson R44 in RU UTair Aviation

    First Russian R44 Simulator Developed by Transas


    Robinson R44 Flight Training Device (FTD) manufactured by Transas successfully passed flight tests by both UTair and Russian Aviation Agency test pilots.



    Robinson R44 Flight Training Device (FTD) manufactured by Transas  successfully passed flight tests by both UTair and Russian Aviation Agency test pilots.

    First Russian R44 Simulator Developed by Transas


    Transas, November 28, 2014 - Robinson R44 Flight Training Device (FTD), manufactured by Transas, successfully passed flight tests by both UTair and Russian Aviation Agency test pilots, to obtain the official Approval for use in simulator-based pilot training programs.

    The FNPT Level II flight training device for Robinson R44 light helicopter will be operated at UTair’s own Pilot Training Center.

    The use of the modern training device would certainly contribute to enhanced flight safety of not only UTair operated helicopters, but also helicopters of other operators who train their pilots at the UTair Pilot Training Center.

    Transas Group is a Russian high-technology corporation, offering a wide range of onboard equipment, marine and flight simulators and other innovative electronic equipment.

    The company was founded in St-Petersburg in 1990, and currently employs over 2,000 people worldwide. The company headquarters are located in Saint-Petersburg. The R&D and production is ISO 9001 certified.

    UTair is one of Russia’s largest airlines, and one of the world’s leaders in helicopter operations.


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