Executive Jet Training

CE-525 Recurrent Training

CE-525 Recurrent Training

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About

Cessna Citation Mustang – CE-525

The Cessna CitationJet CJ series (Model 525) are light corporate jets built by Cessna and are part of the Citation business jet line. It is powered by two William FJ44 engines, incorporates the Citation II forward fuselage, has a straight wing, and a T-tail. The basic model was updated resulting in the CJ/CJ1/M2 models. It was stretched and became the CJ2/CJ2+, then stretched further in the CJ3/CJ3+, until its current rendition, the CJ4.

Executive Jet Training

The training to proficiency concept is the hallmark of our business.

We strive to make your training event challenging and informative by creating an individualized lesson plan that reinforces the skills you have already mastered while introducing the latest operational and procedural changes that enhance safety and efficiency. This is accomplished in our simulator, your airplane or by combining both in our Fly Safe Train Smartprogram.

Training

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It is the combination of this state of the art system with training from some of the most experienced King Air instructors in the country that results in an incredible value that other schools simply cannot match.

Simulator Training

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No longer do you have to pay a high price to experience the benefits of a full-motion simulator.

Our full-motion King Air simulators replicate the BE-90, 200 & 350 utilizing an electric motion platform including a five-channel visual system and control feedback.

In-Aircraft Training

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Choose the training combination that meets your insurance and training goals. Our Fly Safe Train Smart ™ concept gives you the choice of combining full-motion simulator with in-aircraft training using your King Air. This insurance approved training combination allows you to practice system failures, upsets, engine failures, failed instruments, and more in a realistic and safe environment.

SafePilot Group E-Learning

Ground Training

Aircraft Systems

 

  •  Lighting
  • Master Warning System
  • Fuel System
  • Power-plant
  • Fire Protection
  • Pneumatic System
  • Hydraulic System
  • Ice and Rain Protection
  • Air Conditioning
  • Pressurization
  • Landing Gear & Brakes
  • Flight Controls
  • Pitot Static System
  • Oxygen System

Weight & Balance/Performance

Emergency Equipment and Procedures and Passenger Briefing

Examination

Sim & Flight Training

Session 1

Full Motion Citation Simulator or in your CJ Series Airplane

Preflight Preparation
Ground Operations
  • Engine Start
  • Normal Start Procedures
  • Hot Start Procedures
Pre-Takeoff Checks
Takeoff and Departure Maneuvers
  • Rejected Takeoff
  • Emergency Evacuation
  • Normal Takeoff
Inflight Maneuvers
  • Steep Turns 360 Left and Right
  • Approach to Stall and Recovery
    • Clean Configuration
    • Departure Configuration
    • Approach to Landing Configuration
  • Unusual Attitude Recovery
  • Emergency Descent
Emergency Procedures
  • High Speed Rejected Takeoff
  • Engine Failure at V1
  • Dual Engine Failure
  • Flap Failure
  • Landing a gear Failure
  • Smoke in cockpit
Post Flight Debriefing

Session 2

Training Completed in Your CJ Series

Preflight Procedures
Ground Operations
  • Powerplant Start
    • Normal Start Procedures
    • Hot Start Procedures
    • Taxiing
    • Emergency Braking Procedures
    • Pre-Takeoff Checks
Takeoff and Departure Maneuvers
  • Instrument Takeoff
  • Powerplant Failure During Takeoff
Inflight Maneuvers
  • Steep Turns 360 Left and Right
  • Approaches to Stalls
    • Clean Configuration
    • Departure Configuration
    • Approach to Landing Configuration
Emergency Decent
Smoke in Cockpit
Emergency Procedures
  • Simulated Engine Fire in Flight
  • Simulated Engine Failure in Flight
  • Emergency Landing Gear Extension
  • Hydraulic System Failure
  • Wind Shear
Instrument Procedures
  • Instrument Arrival-One Engine Inoperative
  • Precision Approach to Missed Approach-One Engine Inoperative
  • Nonprecision Approach to Missed Approach-One Engine Inoperative
  • Holding
  • Nonprecision Approach to Landing
  • AHARS/ADC failure
Post Flight Review and Debrief

Lead Instructor

Douglas Carmody is a former airline Captain with over 30,000 flight hours. He has over 32 years of instructional experience in turbine aircraft. Along with being a contract instructor, he’s also a corporate pilot, a charter pilot, a licensed A & P Mechanic, and author of 15 aviation books and numerous magazine articles.