Additional Endorsements

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Flight review
The FAA requires every licensed pilot to complete a flight review every 24 months. The FAA regulations require 1 hour of flight time and 1 hour of ground time. The topics on the ground review range from airspace and systems to regulations. The flight consists of the maneuvers required for your license. You can complete this in your own aircraft or rent one of our aircraft.

Instrument proficiency check
Many insurance companies require an instrument proficiency check or IPC every year, even if you meet the currency requirements. For people not current on instrument procedures, the IPC can get you current again. You can complete the IPC in your own aircraft or rent one of our aircraft. After the required check you will be able to file the IFR flight plan again.

Complex training
Nothing is more exciting then to upgrade to a more advanced and faster aircraft. The complex endorsement will allow you to fly an aircraft with retractable gear, constant speed prop and adjustable flaps. The course consists of ground instruction on the gear and prop system, and the flight training consists of the proper procedures to operate a complex aircraft.

High Performance training
To act as pilot in command of an aircraft with an engine of more than 200 horsepower, the pilot will need a high performance endorsement. The training consists of ground instruction on aerodynamics and aircraft systems, and a training flight to become familiar with the operation of a high performance aircraft. After the training is completed, the instructor will endorse the logbook with a high performance endorsement.

Garmin 430/530 initial or transition training
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The Garmin GPS systems have become the standard in the aviation community. This course allows you to understand the working principles of the GPS system, and to operate the Garmin GNS430 or 530. The course consists of ground and flight instruction. When the course is completed you will be able to fly and operate the GPS equipment with confidence in VFR or in the IFR environment.

Garmin G500/G1000 initial or transition training
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The Garmin GPS systems, Glass Cockpit Primary Flight Displays (PFD), and Multi-Function Displays (MFD) have become the standard in the aviation community. This course allows you to understand the working principles of the GPS system, PFD, MFD, and to operate the Garmin G500 or G1000. The course consists of ground and flight instruction. When the course is completed you will be able to fly and operate the GPS equipment and glass cockpits with confidence in VFR or in the IFR environment.

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