The Citation School

FITS member

CE-500 Initial Training and Type Rating

(Conducted in your Airplane)

Depending on your previous flight experience, I will design a 3-5 day accelerated type rating course based on your schedule.

Insurance Company Approved...

I am approved by most Insurance Underwriters to provide training in the Cessna Citation. Others are approved on a case by case basis. Please contact me to check the status of your underwriter or have your insurance agent contact me.

The CE-500 Initial Training is valid for the following models:

Citation I/SP (Model 501) single-pilot operations
Citation II (Model 550) a larger stretched development of the Model 500 first produced in 1978.
Citation II/SP (Model 551) single-pilot operations
Citation V (Model 560), growth variant of the Citation II/SP JT15D-5A
Citation Ultra (Model 560) upgraded Citation V with JT15D-5D, EFIS instruments
Citation Encore (Model 560) upgraded Citation Ultra with PW535A engines and improved trailing-link landing gear
Citation Encore+ (Model 560) upgraded Encore includes FADEC and a redesigned avionics.
Citation S/II (Model S550) incorporated a number of improvements, especially an improved wing. Replaced the II in production.
Citation Bravo (Model 550) updated II and S/II with new PW530A engines, landing gear and Primus 1000 avionics.

Day 1-Ground School and Oral Prep
Aircraft Systems
Engines and Thrust Reversers
Fuel System
Environmental Systems
Oxygen System
Flight Controls
Wing Flaps & Speed Brakes
Flight Instruments
Electrical Systems
Hydraulic System
Avionics and Auto-pilot
Landing Gear
Wheels & Brakes
Weight and Balance Review
Performance and Flight Planning
Day 2-4 In Aircraft Training
Preflight Preparation
Performance and Limitations
Pre-Takeoff Checks
Normal and Crosswind Takeoff
Instrument Takeoff and Departures
Engine Failure during Takeoff
Rejected Takeoff
Recovery from Unusual Attitudes
Stalls and Stall Recovery
Steep Turns
Engine Shutdown and Relight
Standard Terminal Arrival Procedures
Holding Procedures
Precision Approaches
Non-precision Approaches
Circling Approach
Missed Approach
Normal & Crosswind Landings
Landing from a Precision Approach
Approach and Landing with Engine Failure
Landing From a Circling Approach
No or Partial Flap Landing
Normal and Abnormal Procedures
Emergency Procedures
After Landing and Shut Down Procedures
Final day
Check ride

Total number of hours: As required for proficiency.

FEE: $3995.00 using your aircraft. Plus travel expenses if required.

Difference Training between different models is $500, plus add an extra day to training schedule.

A 3% convenience fee will be added to credit card purchases.

Call Bonny at 843-521-9412 or email to schedule your training.