FlyRight is expanding its King Air training programs to include G1000 avionics. Initial, Recurrent, and Custom training courses will be provided in FlyRight’s new full-motion Level-D King Air 350/200 G1000 simulator.
The new simulator, manufactured by ASE, is convertible between a King Air B200 and King Air 350 model, both equipped with G1000NXi avionics. The simulator will feature an electric motion base with the ability to provide upset recovery training. The addition of the new simulator will make the third full-motion King Air simulator for FlyRight, joining its existing King Air 350i Pro Line 21 and King Air B200 simulators already in service.
“With the expansion into our new, larger and modern training facility in 2016, it has allowed us to continue our strategic growth —adding new training equipment and programs to meet the specific needs of our growing client base. With the addition of our new King Air G1000 simulator, we enhance our ability to serve our clients and provide them the best training solutions to meet their company-specific training requirements,” said Andy Bauer, VP of Sales and Marketing for FlyRight.
The new simulator arrived at the training center in early October 2019. FlyRight is accepting training reservations for G1000 initial, recurrent, and custom training courses for 2019 and 2020.