Transition Training Insurance companies require you to acquire aircraft transition training to achieve the level of competency required for them to provide you insurance for the aircraft you fly on a regular or even irregular basis.
Whether you trained on another aircraft or have acquire a Cirrus, you may not be familiar with the avionics, nuances, or operating procedures of a “new to you” airplane. Learn more about our Transition Training.
Advanced Avionics We always recommend some basic flying skills time for you to become comfortable at the controls of a Cirrus. Then it is time to become more familiar with the many advanced functions of the PFD, MFD, GPS, and Auto pilot which are standard on this aircraft. You can easily learn to use the maximum potential of your Cirrus' systems and make your flying safer and easier. Learn More.
Check Rides Maintaining your currency can keep your insurance costs in line but we put our emphasis on keeping you safe. Learn More about these three important check rides:
Annual Cirrus Currency--This is a Wing Ventures required refresher on VFR/IFR procedures, Emergencies, and Avionics.
Biannual Flight Review– is an FAA requirement for all pilots. Your CSIP knows the plane inside and out and can refresh your memory on the systems, maneuvers, and emergency procedures crucial to being a proficient pilot and maintaining your license.
Instrument Proficiency Check– Every six months to make sure you remember how to perform the ful range of instrument flying skills including operatingthe aircraft with degraded or failed equipment. Stay current on how to use the Autopilot and GPS. The aircraft is up to date. Make sure the pilot is as well.
Mentoring Insurance companies ask aircraft owners and renters that move up to faster and more advanced airplanes such as the Cirrus for “mentor pilot” time, even after completing the required initial training or type rating for that aircraft. Learn More.
Commercial Rating & CFI Training Yes, we will provide training for tese advanced ratings. If you want to be paid to fly, you will need a commercial rating. And if you want to train others to fly you will need a CFI and CFII rating as well.
Transitioning to the Cirrus Personal Jet. When the time comes we will be here for you. Learn More.