Designed to Give You More
Located in our Tampa, Florida training center, TRU’s high-quality King Air pilot training caters to your needs, allowing you to study at your own pace and grow confidence at each milestone. All instructors are high-time, King Air pilots and our technology is the most advanced in the industry:
- Rockwell Collins Fusion-equipped Level D simulators; the best King Air simulators available.
- Interactive, computer-based systems training learns your strengths to shorten time on site, freeing up more time for simulator training.
- Beechcraft Supported FAR Part 60 simulator-qualified; the most precise aero-model replication in the industry.
- Gain confidence from scheduled practice in required maneuvers and procedures.
|King Air Initial Training||6 days||8 days||n/a|
|King Air Recurrent Training||2 days||1-2 days||optional|
|Recurrent with Online Ground School||n/a||1-2 days||2 days*|
*varies based on students' proficiency and experience.
Sign up for 14 days of King Air training that combines advanced teaching technology with classroom collaboration. You'll begin training with computer-based tools combined with classroom instruction on Aircraft Systems Training (AST) and General Operating Subjects (GOS). Additionally, you'll receive daily, hands-on Systems Integration Training (SIT) in a Level 6 FAA approved Flight Training Device. Training takes place in TRU’s new Level D Full Flight Simulator for a high-fidelity simulation available nowhere else. Your training is also an opportunity for unlimited time in our state-of-the-art Flight Training Device. Each flight training session consists of a one-hour briefing, a two- or four-hour flight training session and a half-hour de-brief.
Our recurrent training is designed to be completed in three days or sooner. You'll experience flight training in our King Air Level 6 Flight Training Device and the Level D Full Flight Simulator. Each flight training session consists of a one-hour pre-brief, a two-hour flight training session and a half-hour de-brief. You'll complete the performance and weight and balance tasks required by regulation prior to the pre-flight brief. In offering the proficiency sign-off, you'll feel confident and comfortable with as little stress—and as much fun—as possible. The King Air recurrent training courses satisfy the requirements for a flight review (61.56), and recent flight experience (61.57).
To complete your King Air 350 recurrent training in fewer than two days, ask a Training Concierge about TRU’s Online Ground School.