FlyRight, an FAA-approved Part-142 pilot Training Center has partnered with Blackhawk Modifications to provide simulator-based training services for owners and operators of aircraft equipped with industry-leading Blackhawk Engine+ Upgrades. FlyRight currently provides initial and recurrent pilot training for the Beechcraft King Air 90 through 350 series.
FlyRight has incorporated Blackhawk’s per-formance advantages into their simulator training program, so owners and operators of aircraft equipped with Blackhawk upgrades can now have customized training that incorporates performance and operational differences specific to their aircraft. Blackhawk will be offering vouchers for discounted recurrent training with each Engine+ Upgrade. Training will be conducted using full motion Level-C and D simulators.
FlyRight has also recently received FAA approval for its King Air 200 Crew Training Programs. The Initial Crew course is six days of training and the Recurrent Crew course is three days. Pilots attending the course will focus on best CRM practices while also obtaining endorsements for Flight Review, Landing Recency and Instrument Proficiency.
The Crew Training Programs for additional models of the King Air series will be available later this year.
FlyRight (www.FlyRightInc.com) is based in Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Concord Regional Airport, just minutes from Charlotte-Douglas International Airport.