Executive Jet Training

King Air 90/100/200
Initial Training

King Air 90/100/200
Initial Training

King Air Initial Training

The Model 90 King Air was conceived in 1961. On January 24, 1964, the prototype flew for the first time. A total of 184 B90 models were produced before the Model C90 was introduced in 1971. The similar Model E90 was introduced the following year, with PT6A-28 engines; the two were produced in parallel. Further refinement of the 90-series resulted in the Model F90 and follow-on Model F90-1. These models incorporated a T-tail similar to the King Air 200. 

Computer Based Training - Complete Prior To Arrival

One-on-One Ground School

Simulator Sessions

Flight Training To Proficiency

Time Allocation

Classroom Learning

Daily – 4 hours


Pre-Flight Briefing

Daily – .5 hours


Daily – 2.5 hours


Daily – .5 hours

Sim & Flight Training

Day 1

Powerplant Management
Aircraft General
VMC & IMC Profiles
Optional Equipment & Modifications
Emergency Procedures Checklist
Environmental Systems
Flight in Icing Conditions

day 2

Flight Controls & Wing Flaps
Aircraft Fuel System
Normal Procedure Checklist
Performance & Flight Planning
Aircraft Loading Procedures
Fuel Management
Emergency Procedures
Systems Review/FARs

day 3

Electrical Systems
Flight Instruments
Landing Gear
High Altitude Flight
Systems Failure Analysis
Avionics & Auto-Pilot
Emergency Procedures Checklist
Weight & Balance Procedures
Final Exam

Lead Instructor

Douglas Carmody is a former airline Captain with over 30,000 flight hours. He has over 32 years of instructional experience in turbine aircraft. Along with being a contract instructor, he’s also a corporate pilot, a charter pilot, a licensed A & P Mechanic, and author of 15 aviation books and numerous magazine articles.