June 2014 Issue
Glass Training Aids: Saving Checkout Money
Learning the complexities of glass takes effortwe think these commercial courses can reduce expensive dual time in the airplane. Jepp is best by a whisker.
Perhaps we should just admit resistance is futile. Glass cockpits look cool and make a lot of money for airframe and avionics manufacturers, Theyre here to stay. But, with two-hour checkouts now becoming 10-hour events for glass newbies, what can you do to cut down on that $200-an-hour checkout dual so you can actually afford to rent and enjoy a 172 or Archer?
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