Air Training Support is prepared to exceed your highest expectations!

Air Training Support is staffed by a team of highly qualified instructors all of whom are dedicated to offering you the best training experience possible.  Our instructors are carefully screened to ensure a staff of fully licensed, experienced professionals.  They are continually evaluated to maintain high levels of teaching effectiveness, with closer attention to the students’ individual learning and motivational needs.

Air Training Support offers Beechcraft 1900 & 747-200 type Ratings and Training Solutions for your needs!

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Initial Training

The entire training course will take 12 days to complete, allowing for one day off.

Ground School:

  • 40 hours of class room instruction.
  • The entire 40 Hours is conducted with our instructor.

Simulator Training:

  • conducted in our Level C or D Full Flight Simulators.
  • 15 hours of hands on training covering all maneuvers, profiles, irregulars, and emergencies required for the check-ride.
  • 2.5 hour check-ride including 1-1.5 hour oral

Course Materials are included in the price of the program.

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Recurrent Training

Ground School:

  • 8 hours of class room instruction.
  • Systems review.
  • Normal, Irregular, Emergency Operating Procedures Review
  • Weight and Balance, Performance Review

Simulator Training:

  • One Crew-member 2:00 hours
  • One Crew-member (with SIC removal) 4:00 hours.
  • Two Crew-members 4:00 hours

Optional Training:

  • Emergency Training
  • Differences Training
  • Special Curriculum Segments

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Differences Training

Students must be qualified in the BE-1900 or successfully complete the initial BE-1900D course.  5 hours of class room instruction.  Class size is limited to allow for a truly personalized program.

  • Fuel system
  • Electrical system
  • Pneumatic system
  • Air Conditioning
  • Pressurization
  • Weight and Balance
  • Performance
  • Power Plants
  • General Limits
  • Instrumentation
  • Communications
  • Navigation
  • GPWS
  • Normal Procedures
  • Emergency and Abnormal Procedures

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Foreign Pilot Training

Air Training Support can train foreign pilots in the BE-1900D in:

  • Initial training programs.
  • Refresher training programs.
  • Recurrent training programs.

The pilot requesting a training course must apply for approval from the TSA following their guidelines. 

A link to the official application web site will be provided from our site. Remember to put “Air Training Support” in all blocks as the flight-training provider.  Fingerprints may also be required.  The process is explained in further detail on the TSA website.

If you require any assistance in applying for approval, filing out the application, or if you have any questions, please contact us.

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To contact us today about our services please call (833) 352-7787. We look forward to serving you!

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