To help pilots wanting to beat the FAA deadline by getting their ATPs before Aug. 1 — after which new requirements make it much more difficult — King Schools is offering a 50% saving on its ATP ground school and test prep.
OSHKOSH — King Schools has released a free iPad and iPhone compatible app that connects to King Schools Online Knowledge Test Courses and allows customers to download the course’s video lessons.
OSHKOSH — Today at AirVenture John and Martha King of King Schools launched a new sweepstakes to promote mentoring in aviation. The sweepstakes winner will receive an all-expense-paid vacation for two to San Diego, California, where they will spend a day with John and Martha, including starring in their own King video segment and traveling to Palm Springs with the Kings in their Falcon Jet, where they will share hangar flying over dinner.
John and Martha King, co-chairmen of King Schools, have updated the King Online Flight Instructor Refresher Course (FIRC) to include a new lesson on scenario-based training (SBT).
Pilots facing the closure of towers at familiar airports will now have some free help from King Schools.
This week at SUN ‘n FUN, John and Martha King, co-chairman of King Schools, released an online version of their Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) written exam preparation course.
After some years, I ran into John and Martha King of King Schools at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Convention this fall and caught their Light Business Aircraft briefing on jet ownership. As usual they were frank, straightforward and fact-based. They told it like it is. It was refreshing, educational too. They know how to communicate and teach.
The National Aeronautic Association (NAA) recently presented John and Martha King with the Frank G. Brewer Trophy for Aviation Education “…for their passion and dedication in making aviation knowledge more accessible to pilots worldwide by combining elegant technology with clear, fun teaching featuring courseware that simplifies complex concepts for students.”
John and Martha King report that King Schools is preparing to release its 24th course targeting the needs of turbine-powered, professional and owner-flown operators flying internationally.