Turbine Training Center Blog for Cessna 208 Caravan & Beechcraft King Air pilots
“No,” Jason Wolcott, Vice President of TURBINE TRAINING in Manhattan, Kansas, said with a smile, “Jordan Spieth is not coming here to train - - though it would sure be fun to have him here!”
Jason went on to explain that the reason Spieth is of interest when it comes to cessna training centers is the fact that, like TURBINE TRAINING, he, too, utilizes a simulator. In fact, thanks to Korean manufacturer GOLFZON, attendees at the 144th Open at St. Andrews in Scotland are going to be able to check them out as well. Two of the “programs” being featured at the Open include “Chip Shot Challenge” and “Longest Drive.”
There is a wide spectrum involved when you talk about pilots. And, as every doctor is not the same, neither is every pilot the same. Taking the comparison a step further, different doctors need different training, and different pilots need different training!
“There is one thing,” Dale Wolcott, President of TURBINE TRAINING in Manhattan, Kansas, pointed out, “that has become pretty standard where all pilots are concerned - virtually all of them are doing at least some of their training with the aid of a simulator.”
It is more than a little intriguing that when it comes to “innovations” the world may be living in the 21st Century but already looking forward to the 22nd! That is, of course, is as true in the realm of General Aviation as anywhere else. Freshly off the 2015 Paris Air Show, the Aviation World is excited by what was shared, and when it comes to General Aviation there are a few things on the horizon that are pretty exciting, too! As a result, it is not surprising that MORE OF THE FUTURE AND CESSNA 208 TRAINING can readily be grouped together.
Over a hundred years ago, when the first Paris Air show was held, not even Science Fiction Writers could have imagined what would be on display at the world’s oldest Air Show in 2015! This year, the 51st time the Air Show has put aviation on display (the Paris Air Show is held every two years!) found over 350,000 people strolling around the tarmac at the Le Bourget Airport feasting their eyes on what is, and what may be, in the world of aviation.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to “fly” in a flight simulator? Well, if you were ever fortunate enough to enjoy the STAR WARS ride at DISNEYLAND you did, in fact, get a little taste of what it is like. If you want to enhance your “Amusement Park” experience you might want to locate one of BROGENT TECHNOLOGIES “I-Ride” offerings, BROGENT’S next generation Panoramic Flight Simulator. Consisting of nine moveable platform units, a spherical screen and projection system it provides six Degrees of Freedom (6-dOF), which allows you to move in six different ways: Yaw, Sway, Surge, Pitch, Roll and Heave. However, when it comes to FLIGHT SIMULATORS AND KING AIR 300 TRAINING amusement is not the intended goal!
There is a raging debate that goes on whenever ex-military pilots get together: Who has the better pilots: The Air Force or the Navy? Obviously, coming up with an answer is never an easy task. Personal preference aside, the answer might center on the training they receive. And that’s why MILITARY PILOTS AND CESSNA 208 TRAINING can be linked together for discussion.
One sometimes has to wonder what the state of aviation really is. There is no doubt when it comes to commercial aviation that is extremely popular. However, there is some concern that it is damaging to the planet, and most everyone agrees that the tighter security measures causes more than a little irritation with people. Like Commercial Aviation, General Aviation has some concerns, too.