Latitude Aviation, a Part 61 flight school at Coeur d’Alene Airport in Idaho, has added a DCX Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD) with ProMotion and a Cessna 170 tailwheel airplane.
The DCX will be used for primary and advanced instruction. It features 33 included airplanes and configurable controls for single and multi engine airplanes. A full-featured Garmin 530W emulation provides realistic GPS approach capability in a variety of customizable weather conditions.
Also recently added to the school is a Cessna 170. The tailwheel airplane is available for primary student pilots as well as tailwheel transition training, basic backcountry instruction, and rental to qualified pilots. It is equipped with field-approved Plexiglass observer doors, and numerous Alaska-bred STCs and field approvals like big tires, 180 gear, and a long McCauley prop.