Sun, Apr 03, 2011
Transition To The Cessna Skycatcher, Or Just Learn About Flying
This New Airplane
A new course titled "Flying the Cessna Skycatcher" was unveiled
this week by King Schools Founders John and Martha King. The course
demonstrates all the basic maneuvers in the Skycatcher and is
designed for pilots transitioning to the Cessna Skycatcher or for
those just interested in knowing what flying the Cessna Skycatcher
would be like. It is the exclusive transition course used by Cessna
Pilot Centers worldwide.
"The Skycatcher is an absolute delight to fly. With a low panel,
large windows in the doors, and struts that are behind the pilot
and passenger, the visibility is fabulous," Martha King commented.
"And because it is a Cessna, the handling is a delight," continued
John. "If you are already a pilot, you'll find this course gives
you just what you need-from using the amazing Garmin G300 to
understanding how to best fly this very capable little airplane,"
"Flying the Cessna Skycatcher" includes over 3 hours of video
and is available from King Schools for $149.
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