RECURRENT TRAINING

The recurrent training programs accommodate the following aircrafts:

  • Hi-Performance Singles

  • Piston Twins

  • Turboprop Singles

  • Turboprop Twins

The Recurrent training programs include:

  • 10 hours of simulator training incorporating a thorough experience in the normal, abnormal, and emergency flight condition profiles, including every conceivable weather circumstance and a variety of system failures.

  • 10 hours of classroom ground training to include but, not limited to: aircraft performance, weight & balance, ATC & emergencies, aircraft systems, weather, and FAR/AIM regulations.

  • Review of relevant NTSB reports, air space, enroute charts, IAPs, SIDS, STARS, ODPs, etc. will be covered as needed.

Once you’ve demonstrated proficiency to the relevant Practical Test Standards (PTS), you’ll receive logbook endorsement and a Certificate of Proficiency. Flight Reviews (61.56) and IPC (61.57)(d) can be added on to the Recurrent Training by request.

WINGS Credit approved – asked for instructions during the training.

The Best Training Makes the Best Pilots