Initial flight training is a critical aspect of safety in the air. No matter the aircraft, Initial Flight Training offers a transition for pilots to move faster and higher. Many hours have gone into our curriculum to provide the best initial flight training possible.
It’s not just crucial for insurance; initial flight training is the gateway to a safe and secure pilot. As technology advances and aircraft become more complex, safety is a common recurrence. That is why we train our instructors to deliver the best experience for our students.
We offer a more personalized experience where you will work closely with the instructor during your classroom time – and you will be provided guidance on familiar/unfamiliar scenarios in our Simulators. Our instructors’ goal is to get you oriented and comfortable with the aircraft, whether you have experience in a similar environment or if the configuration is brand new to you.
There are Multiple Reasons Why a Pilot Should Receive Initial Aircraft Training
1) Insurance companies often require Initial Training. Many insurance companies will only take you on board if you take initial courses on the particular aircraft that you will be flying. Even if it is not required by your insurance company, it’s possible that it would at least bring down your insurance cost dramatically.
2) Your flight department might require initial training to ensure you are adequate to fly their aircraft. Initial training will give that reassurance to your company as well as YOURSELF on your capabilities to fly their particular aircraft they have on their fleet.
3) You purchased an aircraft, and you want to be 100% on this particular aircraft’s performance, limitations, and systems. Initial training can be for your own piece of mind.
• Meet your Insurances Requirements
• Meets requirements for IFR Recent experience 61.57(c)
• Sharpen your Skills and Knowledge in your Single Piston Engine Aircraft and Prepare for
Emergency and Unusual Situations
Cessna 172, 182, 206,210, & 210P
Piper 28 (Cherokee), 28 (Warrior), 28-180 (Archer), 28R (Arrow), 32 (Cherokee Six / Saratoga)
Cessna 303, 310, 320, 336, 337, 340, 402, 414, 421, C421C
Piper 23 (Aztec), 27 (Aztec), 30 (Twin Comanche), 31 (Navajo),31P (Navajo Pressurized), 34 (Seneca), 44 (Seminole)
Beechcraft King Air A90, B90, C90, C90A, C90B, E90, F90, A100, B200