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Jul 23, 2003
I found out today I’ll be joining the ranks of the professional pilots. I’ll be attending king air school soon and would like to know what to expect. I’ve never been to any aircraft school for pilot training (only maintenance) so any info would be of great help. Thanks
Sup rv4pilot,

Which King Air are you going to be training for? A typical initial class (for the B200 for example) is about 5 to 7 days and consists of: 1. Airplane overview 2. Powerplant 3. Electrical system 4. Fuel system 5. Props 6. Pneumatic 7. Ice and rain protection 8. Environmental 9. Gear 10. Flight controls 11. Performance and Weight and Balance. Lemme know if you need any other info...

If it's a B200 course, save all your materials and sell them to me when you're done. You'll get new material at recurrent anyway, so you don't need 'em.


Minhberg the Poor
Start to learn about systems now if you can. The King Air really isn't too complex after you've flown them a few hours.

I think though that the electrical system gives some folks problems if they've been flying training a/c.

They're a blast, just study hard.

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