The two-day Garmin G1000 transition course is designed to teach pilots who wish to transition from traditional six pack avionics to glass cockpits. The course is designed for instrument rated pilots but can be modified for VFR only. Each student will receive 8 hours of ground instruction and approximately six hours of flight time in a Cessna 172 or 182 G1000 aircraft. (If requested additional flying time can be added)
Day one will consist of four hours of ground instruction on glass cockpit orientation and VFR operations. After lunch, the student will spend three hours in a Cessna 172 or 182 G1000 aircraft practicing the information provided.
Day two will consist of four hours of ground instruction on IFR operations. After lunch, the student will spend three hours practicing IFR operations and approaches. This includes departure and standard terminal arrivals.
- Current Medical – class three or higher
- Pilots License
- Houston Sectional and Houston Terminal charts
- L-21 IFR Enroute Low Altitude
- Texas SC-5 Terminal Procedures
- Paper and pen/pencil
- iPad with Foreflight or Galaxy tablet with Garmin Pilot