We offer aircraft training in our simulators as well as live training in our aircraft.
Insurance required training or becoming a safer pilot, Aircraft Simulator Training can help you achieve your objective with our intense and individualized training. We tailor our instruction to fit the experience level and the needs of the pilot we are instructing.
We offer initial and insurance qualification training in our 421C and 340, taught by Rick McGuire. Rick has owned Twin Cessnas for the past 20 years and continues to fly his 340 and 421C regularly. If you need to qualify for the “in the air” portion of your insurance policy in a 421 or 340 (some carriers allow 414 “in the air” to be completed in a 340), we can prepare an in the air training program.
Aircraft Simulator Training offers introduction training in either our 340 or our 421C. If you are interested in purchasing one of these type of aircraft and want to become more familiar with the aircraft before committing, our introduction to flying Twin Cessnas may be perfect for you. We encourage you to take advantage of our many years of experience owning and flying these aircraft.
At Aircraft Simulator Training, we train for Beech twins from the Travelaire and the 55 through 58 Barons, including the 58P in our full motion aircraft simulator. If you need an initial or recurrent in the pressurized 58P or just a refresher for a non pressurized Beech twin, In addition to our other sims, we have a G58 Baron sim which we use for the G1000 systems.
This Course was designed for Private Pilots and those pilots that want to practice their skills more safely and efficiently in a simulator with excellent visuals and motion. Our goal is to have you leave Aircraft Simulator Training a safer and more confident pilot.
We offer loss of engine emergency reaction training for Twin Cessnas (all models), Piper Navajos (all models), Senecas, Aztecs, and Beechcraft models (including Duchess and Barons). You will be trained for single engine failure. The sim work is difficult. After all, we are simulating an intensely stressful event (engine loss) over and over. Some find it exhausting. We’re ok with that, as long as you come out of the training a safer pilot. Our job is to give you the personal satisfaction that you can handle your aircraft if either engine fails.