Beechcraft King Air

Ground School
Flight Training
Certificate of Completion


Initial Training
3 Days
Recurrent Training
2 Days

The King Air Initial and Recurrent Training course (available on all King Air models), is all about getting you familiar with the aircraft and its systems. Our Training Courses consist of completion of an Aircraft System Review, and Flight Training Lesson plans as needed to demonstrate proficiency and mastery.

Fun Fact: The King Air was the first aircraft in its class and has been in continuous production since 1964. It has outsold all of its turboprop competitors combined. It now faces competition from jet aircraft such as the Beechcraft Premier I and Cessna Citation Mustang as well as newer turboprop aircraft including the Piaggio P180 Avanti, and single-engine Piper Malibu Meridian, Pilatus PC-12, and Socata TBM.

All training is conducted in your aircraft. At Florida Flight Center, we realize everyone has their aircraft set up the way they like it. Therefore, training in your aircraft will prepare you to fly your specific setup and achieve mastery of your aircraft. In addition, our instructors have vast experience flying King Airs and can provide you with real-world scenarios. Your instructor can either travel to your location and conduct training at your home base or you can travel to one of our training locations.

Course Entry Requirements

  • Private, Commercial, or Airline Transport Pilot
  • Multi-Engine Class Rating
  • Instrument Rating

Aircraft Types Covered by this Training

  • King Air 100
  • King Air 200/ C/T
  • King Air 90
  • King Air A/B 90
  • King Air A100/ 200/ 90/ 90-1
  • King Air B100/ 200
  • King Air B200C/ CT/ GT/ SE/ T
  • King Air 90
  • King Air C90/ 90-1/90A/90B/90GT/90GTi/90GTx/90SE
  • King Air E90
  • King Air F90/90-1
  • King Air 300/ 350

 Training Course Includes

  1. Training Material
  2. Aircraft Checklists
  3. Logbook Endorsements
  4. Certificate of Completion
  5. Biennial Flight Review
  6. Instrument Proficiency Check

Our course meets and exceeds FAA Practical Test Standards and Insurance Underwriters Requirements.

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