Changing the way Aircraft Training is done.

Custom Training Courses

Our training goal is to put you in control of any situation that you may encounter.  We train so that recovery from that problem will become second nature to you.  We train to help you gain the ability to get to a safe landing. We train to keep you from getting into more trouble until you can review the emergency checklist.  We train to help you save your passengers and your aircraft.

Aircraft SIMULATOR Courses

in our state-of-the-art simulators
Building Time in a Flight Simulator

Six Degrees of Motion SIM

Our custom built full six degrees of motion simulator is fully enclosed and creates total movement and actual flight characteristics. It is used for high end training in our high performance aircraft. This includes jet training, turboprop training, large twin engine training and complex aircraft training. We wanted to give an actual aircraft feel that some sims just do not do.

Aircraft Instrument Training in a Flight Simulator

King Air Initial and Recurrent Training

Our full motion 6 degree of freedom simulator is used by our experienced instructors for King Air 200, 100 and 90 computers. We have instructors who fly the planes and teach in the planes. We have taught numerous pilots on the operations of the King Air aircraft. This is an intense course and you will be able to understand, operate, and fly the King Air aircraft. Training available now.

Aircraft Training Courses

we fly the aircraft we train in
Twin Cessna Training
Our Cessna 340 used for pilot introduction and check out.


What Pilots have to say about our Simulator and Instructors.

I just got back from C340 recurrent training at AST with Rick McGuire and I have to agree wholeheartedly with the comments everyone has made. Rick reads these comments and I think he is a little embar… Read more


National Business Aviation Association
Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

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Twin Cessna Brake Issues

Out of Control Twin Cessnas – What is the Problem?

We are seeing some strange brake problems on the Twin Cessna line. This has recently shown up primarily on the 421 aircraft but we had a 340 aircraft showing the same problems. Having been in numerous businesses, I spent many years operating a large repair facility for vehicles all the way up to large trucks.  I

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