Cessnas Initial Training and Recurrent Aviation Training Program Overview.

Initial/Recurrent Training

Cessna Training
  • Aircraft Familiarization
  • Systems and Systems Management
  • Limitations
  • Normal Procedures
  • Abnormal Procedures
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Performance and Performance Determination
  • Flying by the Numbers
  • Weight and Balance
  • Cockpit Procedural Training
  • Oral Prep

Flight Training

  • Preflight
  • Proper use of the Checklist
  • Basic VFR Review/IFR Review
  • Cockpit System/System Management
  • Normal, Abnormal and Emergency Procedures
  • Oral & Flight Test

Simulated/Cockpit Procedural Training

All ground school discussion will be applied to the actual aircraft. Your aircraft will be used as a cockpit procedural trainer and a series of normal, abnormal and emergency procedures will be reviewed. The purpose of this is to relate cockpit system management to the classroom and to review the procedures for the cockpit memory items.

This program is designed for an individual who has not yet completed an initial flight training program.

This program is designed for an individual who has completed an initial program and is currently flying the same make and model of aircraft.

Initial = 2 days
Recurrent = 1 days

King Air 300/350's
King Air 200's
King Air 100's
King Air 90's
Single Engine IFR
Multi Engine IFR