COEUR d’ALENE, Idaho — Recurring training for advanced aircraft is now being offered at Latitude Aviation at the Coeur d’ Alene Airport (KCOE).
“Recurring and initial training that meets insurance requirements represents a natural expansion of our programs here at Latitude,” says owner and CFII Jeff Fouche.
Recurring training programs are offered in a single day, which includes three hours of ground and four hours of dual instruction time in the DCXMax AATD by Precision Flight Controls.
Introductory pricing is set at $649, and the successful pilot also receives an Instrument Proficiency Check per FAR 61.56 — all in the AATD through a Letter of Authorization, company officials note.
Initial training programs are being considered on a case-by-case basis, they add.
Currently, only Starr Aviation Insurance customers are eligible for recurring training credit, though other insurer’s customers could likely be added.