Cessna Aircraft Factory Approved Training

G1000 FITS Transition Training (2 ½ days)

Cessna’s Factory Approved G1000 Transition Course consists of two and a half days of training. The course objective is to transition a pilot into a single engine Cessna aircraft equipped with the G1000 avionics suite. It includes eight hours of ground training and four to six hours of flight training during three scenario-based flights. Training includes VFR, IFR, and abnormal/emergency training. This course is approved for the following aircraft:

  • Cessna 172 Skyhawk
  • Cessna 182 Skylane
  • Cessna T182 Turbo Skylane
  • Cessna 206 Stationair
  • Cessna T206 Turbo Stationair

Cessna offers this G1000 transition training at its factory in Kansas, and it is also available through qualified factory-trained flight instructors. These instructors are recognized by the factory as Cessna FITS Accepted Instructors (CFAI). (Note: an instructor qualified on both high-wing and low-wing Cessna aircraft is identified as a CFAI+).

If you have purchased a new Cessna aircraft that comes with a factory training allotment, we can deliver your free factory training at your home airport (you are only responsible for our travel expenses). If you have purchased a used Cessna; one without a factory training allotment, then this course is available for you to purchase.

High Performance Aviation, LLC, can provide you with a Cessna FITS Accepted Instructor (CFAI+). Our CFAI+ instructors are qualified to teach in all single-engine Cessna piston aircraft (172, 182, 206, 350, & 400). The course is available as on-site training, or can be provided en-route from the factory to your home location. If you have a busy schedule, or simply want the convenience of training at your home airport, then this may be a great option for you.

Our instructors have given the Cessna Factory G1000 transition course to many individuals, organizations, and even government agencies. Consider the value of having an experienced CFAI+ instructor teach you in your new Cessna at your home airport.

Contact us today to find out more about our Cessna G1000 FITS Transition Courses.

NOTE:  Transition Training does not constitute a Biennial Flight Review (BFR) or an Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC).  If a BFR or IPC is desired, additional time should be scheduled in advance.

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