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COST EFFECTIVE TRAINING

When Certified Safety Is Important

TURBO PROP TRAINING

TURBO PROP TRAINING

The flight portion requires between five to ten hours in the aircraft. Transition into the aircraft consists of normal take-off, climb power settings, steep turns, slow flight, stalls, and Vmca and drag demos if the aircraft is a twin-engine model. In a pressurized aircraft several flights to altitude are made to familiarize the pilot with the flight characteristics of that environment and include the use of on-board weather detection equipment. We demonstrate emergency and rapid decompression exercises during these flights. All GPS, AP/FD, and other integrated flight operational equipment are operated during the high altitude flight to ensure operational compliance at altitude.


We teach pilots judgment on weather decisions, choice of flight altitudes considering wind and turbulence, and the appropriate engine power settings depending upon range or aircraft speed requirements. We demonstrate descent planning and ATC high altitude arrival procedures, such as STARs. In order to ensure pilots can operate in IMC conditions, we teach a variety of instrument approaches, holds, partial panel, and unusual attitude recoveries. 

Upon completion of the initial training course, client pilots receive a certification of completion, biennial flight review, and instrument proficiency check.
Aircraft Initial Refresher
Cheyenne I-II-IIXL $2795 $2295
Cheyenne III-IIIA $2795 $2295
Cheyenne 400LS $3695 $2595
Conquest I-II $2795 $2295
Commander 690-980A & B $2795 $2295
King Air A-B-C $2795 $2295
King Air E90 - F90 $2795 $2295
King Air 300-350 contact $3495
King Air 100-200 $2795 $2295
Merlin I-II $3495 $2795
Piper Meridian $2795 $2195
Cessna Caravan $2795 $2195
Pilatus PC-12 $2795 $2195
TBM 700 $2795 $2195
     
Other Aircraft Contact Contact
Additional Training $600/Daily $600/Daily

PISTON STYLE TRAINING

PISTON STYLE TRAINING

The flight portion requires between five to ten hours in the aircraft. Transition into the aircraft consists of normal take-off, climb power settings, steep turns, slow flight, stalls, and Vmca and drag demos if the aircraft is a twin-engine model. In a pressurized aircraft several flights to altitude are made to familiarize the pilot with the flight characteristics of that environment and include the use of on-board weather detection equipment. We demonstrate emergency and rapid decompression exercises during these flights. All GPS, AP/FD, and other integrated flight operational equipment are operated during the high altitude flight to ensure operational compliance at altitude.


We teach pilots judgment on weather decisions, choice of flight altitudes considering wind and turbulence, and the appropriate engine power settings depending upon range or aircraft speed requirements. We demonstrate descent planning and ATC high altitude arrival procedures, such as STARs. In order to ensure pilots can operate in IMC conditions, we teach a variety of instrument approaches, holds, partial panel, and unusual attitude recoveries. 

Upon completion of the initial training course, client pilots receive a certification of completion, biennial flight review, and instrument proficiency check.
Aircraft Initial Refresher
PA-32 $2195 $1395
Duke $2195 $1395
Baron $2195 $1395
P-210 $2195 $1395
P-337 $2195 $1395
Aerostar $2195 $1395
58-P $2195 $1395
C-340 $2195 $1395
PA-31 $2195 $1395
C-414 $2195 $1395
C-421 $2195 $1395
Mojave $2195 $1395
Malibu Mirage $2195 $1395
     
Other Aircraft Contact Contact
Additional Training $600/Daily $600/Daily

TURBO JET AIRCRAFT TRAINING

TURBO JET AIRCRAFT TRAINING

Upon completion of the initial training course, client pilots receive a certification of completion, biennial flight review, and instrument proficiency check.
Aircraft Initial Refresher
Cessna Citation $8500 $4500
Falcon 50 $27000 $11000
     
Examiner Fee extra extra
Our Aircraft Cost extra extra
     
Other Aircraft Contact Contact
Additional Training $600/Daily $600/Daily
NOTE:  PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE TRAVEL PREMIUM