FLIGHT TRAINING
FOR SAFETY

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.

TURBOPROP AND INTIAL RECURRENT TRAINING KING AIR AND CESSNA CONQUEST

New turboprop facility at Georgetown Texas (KGTU). Booking for training slots beginning August 1, 2022. A totally new facility and full motion turboprop simulator. Contact Jim Minton, turboprop manager for information.

512-234-0045 (24/7)

Aircraft Training Courses

we fly the aircraft we train in

Reviews

What Pilots have to say about our Simulator and Instructors.

Associations

National Business Aviation Association
Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

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Improper Application of Aircraft Brakes

Don’t Put Your Idea of Auto Brakes to Work in Your Aircraft

Aircraft brakes are totally different than automobile and truck brakes.  Yes, they both work on the rotor/pad principal, much like the principal of bicycles but the application and use of those aircraft brakes take on a whole new difference in application on an aircraft on landing. First an automobile or truck will be on tires connected

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One Engine Out

Come On! Give It a Chance to Fly!

Scenario One One person in a Cessna 340 with fuel only in the tip tanks. It loses an engine and it only has the 310 horse power, 520 engines and three blade props. Will if fly? Of course it will on one engine and probably even if you are sloppy and have no remembrance of

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