Cirrus Transition Course
The course focuses on mastering aircraft control, engine management, use of avionics, use of autopilot, and important emergency/abnormal situations in VFR conditions. The Cirrus Transition Course is a combination of ground school and flight lessons, which provide an introduction to both the Cirrus aircraft and the advanced avionics it offers.
Cirrus SR22 Advanced Transition Course – The Advanced Cirrus Transition course is designed to transition proficient instrument rated pilots into a Cirrus SR22 with a high level of instrument capability. This course focuses on Basic Attitude Instrument Flying (CAIF), IFR operations, procedures, instrument approaches, aeronautical decision making (AD) and risk management.
90 Day Refresher Course – Recurrent training supplements the skills acquired from the initial transition course. The 90 Day Refresher Course is scenario-based instruction that focuses on landing accuracy, review of normal procedures, and basic aircraft handling.
Landing Standardization Course – This short course will focus on improving the skills required to perform successful and safe approaches and landings. An estimated 1.0 – 1.5 flight hours will be required for completion of this syllabus.
Powerplant and Airframe Differences – Powerplant and Airframe Differences is tailored to meet the needs of those who have recently upgraded from an SR20 to an SR22. This course focuses on operational differences between power-plants and airframes including performance and handling differences as well as managing a higher performance aircraft.
Other Cirrus services offered:
• Initial training
• Flight Review (BFR)
• Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC)
Not an FAA part 141 approved course
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Am I eligible to get a pilots license?
- Be at least 17 years old.
- Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language.
- Pass a required knowledge test.
- Pass a required oral and practical flight test administered by a FAA designated examiner.
- Hold either a student or sport pilot certificate.
- Get a Third Class Medical Certificate.
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ON THE GROUND – 35 Hours Ground Instruction
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