The Department of Aerospace at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) has taken delivery of eight (8) new Diamond DA40 CS aircraft. With these new airplanes, MTSU now operates an all G1000 fleet of 19 DA40s, reflecting MTSU's leadership in application of modern technology to Flight Training.
These latest DA40s are equipped not only with Garmin's industry standard G1000 glass cockpits, but also the GFC 700 Automated Flight Control System and Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT). “These DA40s represent absolute state-of-the-art training platforms reflecting some of the latest technologies that career pilots will ultimately encounter in the most advanced airliners. MTSU students are benefiting from the vision and dedication of the university's leadership” said David Moser, Director of Fleet Sales for Diamond Aircraft.
“We are proud to expand our relationship with Diamond Aircraft,” said Wayne Dornan, Chair, MTSU Department of Aerospace. “Diamond airplanes have been an important part of our flight training and research programs since 2002. With the addition of eight new DA40s, more students will we have the opportunity to train in technically advanced airplanes, with a safety record that is second to none.”
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- MTSU has taken delivery of eight new Diamond DA40s