“I have flown with the G1000 in the Cessna Stationair aircraft for several years now and came away from this training more confident and complete on utilizing the systems to make me a better pilot in the law enforcement role.”
Nebraska State Patrol, Lincoln, Nebraska
“I flew with Skip for my bi-annual flight review. After being out of the left seat for a couple of months, Skip’s teaching techniques were just what I needed to rebuild my confidence. He has the ability to convey the vast amount of knowledge he has flying the Columbia/Cessna 400 without overwhelming the student. Based on my time with Skip, I would recommend him to anyone looking to gain experience and practical knowledge in the 400 or G1000 cockpit.”
Ross Wycoff, Houston, Texas
Skip did a very good job of helping me to practically understand what I needed to know, and at the end of the training period I was very comfortable operating the G1000 in the normal situations. I will use HPA for my future training needs.
Robert N., Spring, TX
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High Performance Aviation, LLC provides customized flight training for aircraft owners and pilots in Houston, Texas, and throughout the United States.
We specialize in Garmin G1000 and Avidyne avionics training in Technically Advanced Aircraft (TAA), including Beechcraft, Cessna, Columbia, Cirrus, Diamond, Mooney, and Piper Aircraft. Factory-approved initial and recurrent training is also available for many aircraft.
“I found the HPA team to be efficient with my time and they provided solid training. Skip is a great instructor and brings a wealth of knowledge missing with most instructors these days. The team fit me in on a tight timeline and delivered. Doesn’t get better than that!”
Rob M., Houston, TX
“HPA delivered the exact training I was hoping to get. Brendan was very professional, prepared, and had a very positive attitude. I enjoyed the training.”
M. Todd, Baton Rouge, LA
This is why we're the best in the business, if we do say so ourselves.