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FlyRight Offering G1000 Training for King Airs

 - October 20, 2019, 2:33 PM
King Air 350 simulator.

Charlotte, NC-based FlyRight (Booth C7832) is now including Garmin G1000 avionics training in its initial, recurrent, and custom training in a new full-motion, Level D simulator for King Air 350 and 200 models. The new ASE-manufactured simulator is convertible between the aircraft models and features Garmin G1000NXi avionics. It arrived at the company earlier this month. The new simulator is the company’s third for King Airs and joins those for the King Air 350i with Pro Line 21 avionics and a King Air B200. “The expansion into our new, larger and modern training facility in 2016 has allowed us to add new training equipment and programs to meet the needs of our growing client base,” said FlyRight v-p of sales and marketing Andy Bauer.  

FlyRight is an FAA-approved Part 142 training provider. It also offers Cessna Caravan 208B and Dash 8 training courses. Beginning this month, the company also began offering expanded Dash 8 courses, including recurrent ATP and improved computer-based modules for initial and recurrent training. FlyRight’s Dash 8 training is conducted in a full-motion Level C simulator convertible between the 100 and 300 models. The Dash 8 recurrent with ATP course was approved by the FAA in September. The course includes updated computer-based training modules. 

Founded in 2003, FlyRight provides simulators and training programs for the Cessna Caravan 208, King Air 90-350 models, and Dash-8 100-300 models.