The first TBM 930 simulator has just been certified by the FAA. The sim will be used starting this summer in courses at Florida-based SIMCOM Aviation Training, which is Daher’s U.S. training partner. [Read more…]
SimCom Training Centers has earned Twin Commander Aircraft’s endorsement as the exclusive factory-authorized provider of pilot initial and recurrent training for Twin Commander 690/A/B and JetProp models.
SimCom now offers an eight-day, one-person CitationJet (CJ) captain initial training course.
The course prepares the pilot to take a check ride in eight days rather than 14 as offered in SimCom’s standard course. Customized one-on-one instruction maximizes daily learning and provides the pilot the same content as in the longer course, according to SimCom officials.
The FAA Part 142 and insurance industry approved program is available to pilots who fly the CJ, CJ1, CJ2 and CJ3.
Training is conducted at SimCom’s Orlando, Florida, training center. All training is conducted in the company’s Level C simulator, which features a two-tube Honeywell electronic flight instrumentation system (EFIS) and a GNS-XLS flight management system. An on-board instructor operating station enables the instructor to simulate a complete range of training scenarios including normal, abnormal and emergency operating procedures.
For more information: Simulator.com
SimCom Training Centers now offers customers a cost-saving option for the Citation Single Pilot Training course.
The program is FAA Part 142 and insurance industry approved and eliminates the requirements to take a check ride in the aircraft. Training is conducted at SimCom’s training center in Orlando, Fla.