Many pilots require mentoring time because of insurance company or FAA mandates. Although it is required, this is where you actually learn to fly the plane in the real world. As a check pilot at a major airline, I spent several years mentoring new Captains and First Officers. Simulator training was good for teaching emergencies, but line oriented experience (IOE) was where the
pilots actually learned to fly the airplane. Real weather situations, challenging airports, airplane problems, and busy airspace all required that flying the airplane becomes second nature. I use these scenarios to develop a training program that will closely match your anticipated flight schedule. We will fly the same trips you plan on flying to acclimate you to safely and efficiently utilizing your Citation.
CE-500/510/525 CHECK RIDES
As a Designated Pilot Examiner, I’m authorized to administer the flight tests for the Citation 510, 525 and 500 series type ratings.
FAA Pilot Examiner-Type Rating
I am an FAA Designated Pilot Examiner qualified to provide the Type Rating Practical Tests in the CE-510 Mustang, CE-525 CJ, CJ1, CJ1+, CJ2, CJ2+, CJ3 and CJ4 and the CE-500 Citation I, ISP, II, IISP, Bravo, SII, Ultra and Encore.
FAA Pilot Proficiency Examiner-61.58
I’m also a Pilot Proficiency Examiner and can give the CFR part 61.58 check-ride in the following aircraft: