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Beech Duke Training?

340drvr

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Any pireps, good, bad, or ugly, on B60 Beech Duke training facilities? (I need initial training, for Part 91 insurance). Best program, best instructors, best sim, best value, etc.? SimCom, FSI, etc? Thanks for any info.
 

brokeflyer

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go to wherever you insurance comapny tells you to go.

then go get some experience with someone who has a few thousand hours in the plane.
 

MauleSkinner

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Have you checked out the Duke Flyers Association? Their website, http://www.dukeflyers.org/, has a "Vendors" page that lists a couple of training operations that, I think, train you in your aircraft.

I'd contact them to find out what's the best way to go.
 
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