Here’s What You Need to Know About Cirrus Training
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Here’s What You Need to Know About Cirrus Training

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Cirrus training is the best way to learn how to fly Cirrus aircraft, the safest and most technologically advanced aircraft, for your personal aviation training and needs. Here are a few typical courses licensed pilots may experience during their Cirrus flight training at a fine flight school.

  • Transition Training
    Designed for licensed pilots, the transition training focuses on mastering aircraft control, engine management, use of avionics, use of autopilot, and important emergency/abnormal situations in VFR conditions. All things you will need to satisfy most checkout procedures and insurance requirements.
  • Instruments Procedures Course
    This course is the next step after Transition Training and natural progression for every instrument-rated Cirrus pilot. It includes interactive video lessons for best practices and instrument approach procedures.
  • Cirrus Icing Awareness Course
    This is an online course to prepare you to fly Cirrus aircraft into known icing conditions.
  • Landing Standardization Course
    A short course for perfecting safe and successful approaches and landings. This course has no pass or fail metrics; rather, it is a time-based (1 to 1.5 flight hours) course to hone your skills.
  • Avionics Differences Training
    This course is for Cirrus pilots transitioning to a different avionics package offered by flight schools.
  • Airframe & Powerplant Differences Training
    This is a course designed to build on your Cirrus-specific knowledge and experiences acquired while focusing on:
    • Operational differences between powerplants and airframes
    • High-altitude flight
    • Engine management
    • Developing aircraft systems knowledge
    • Managing a higher performance aircraft
    • Landing and maneuvering
  • Recurrent Training
    Recurrent training is there for pilots to fine-tune their learned skills, refresh their flight training and keep them up to date with flight training. Recurrent training includes:
    • Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS) Course
    • 90 Day Refresher Course
    • IFR Recurrent Training Course (Schedule A)
    • VFR Recurrent Training Course (Schedule B)

These flight trainings, online and short courses are all part of your comprehensive progression as a Cirrus pilot. If you want to learn how to fly Cirrus aircrafts from the best, then Elevate Aviation in Utah is the best place for you.

For more information on Cirrus flight training, Cirrus courses, or the best flight school in Utah, please visit our website today.

Posted on Apr 26, 2021
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