Flight Options are now providing the following training on the King Air B200/KA350i Simulator.

King Air B200 Initial Training

The King Air B200 Initial Training provides the training necessary for a Single Pilot or Multi-Crew Pilot to operate the King Air B200 equipped with Proline 21 Avionics. In addition completion of this course will satisfy the requirements of a CASA IPC, FR, ME(A) IR renewal and recency requirements.

Course Components:
Ground School – 35 hrs
Simulator Training – Fixed Training Device 4 hrs plus Full Fight Simulator 14 hrs

King Air B200 Recurrent Training

The King Air B200 Recurrent Training Program is designed for pilots that regularly fly the aircraft equipped with Proline 21 Avionics and are required complete a recurrent training program.

Course Components:
Ground School – 16 hrs
Simulator Training – Full Flight Simulator 6 hrs
Course length – 5 days

King Air 350i Initial Type Rating

The King Air 350i Initial Type Rating provides the training necessary for a Single Pilot or Multi-Crew Pilot to operate the King Air 350i equipped with Proline 21 Avionics. In addition to receiving their type rating, completion of this course will satisfy the requirements of a CASA IPC, FR, IR renewal and recency requirements.

Course Components:
Ground School – 35 hrs
Simulator Training – Fixed Training Device 4 hrs plus Full Fight Simulator 14 hrs

King Air 350i Recurrent Training

The King Air 350i Recurrent Training Program is designed for pilots that regularly fly the aircraft equipped with Proline 21 Avionics and are required to complete a recurrent training program.

Course Components:
Ground School – 16 hrs
Simulator Training – Full Flight Simulator 6 hrs
Course length – 5 days

King Air B200/KA 350i Differences Training

This syllabus comprises of the Aircraft Technical Course, familiarisation training and a Proficiency Check in the full motion Level D simulator.

Upon completion of the King Air B200/KA350i Differences course, the candidate will have the necessary knowledge and skills to demonstrate that they are competent in the operation of the other aircraft type or class.

In addition to receiving their type/class rating, completion of this course will satisfy the requirements for an IPC, ME(A) IR renewal and recency requirements.

Course Components:
Ground school – 5 days (35 hours)
Simulator training – 3 days (Static Trainer 2 hrs plus Full Flight Simulator 6 hrs)

Current course dates:

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