Garmin G1000


The Standard in Glass Flight Deck Capability

G1000 puts a wealth of flight-critical data at your fingertips. Its glass flightdeck presents flight instrumentation, navigation, weather, terrain, traffic and engine data on large-format, high-resolution displays.

Flying any glass cockpit aircraft requires transition training to familiarize the pilot with the aircraft's systems. Transition training is most effective when a pilot prepares ahead of time. Most general aviation manufacturers using the G1000 system have FAA Industry Training Standards (FITS) training programs for pilots transitioning into their airplanes. FAA FITS compliant training is recommended for any pilot transitioning to the G1000 or any other glass cockpit prior to operating the aircraft in instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) or if operating a glass cockpit aircraft for the first time. Glass cockpit aircraft may not be suitable for primary training.

One of the most effective resources for preparing for G1000 transition training include the Garmin simulator software. Our school offers a desktop trainer in addition to our King Air 300 equiped with a Garmin G1000 Glass cockpit.



  • Understand and use your Primary Flight Display (PFD) and Multi Function Display (MFD)
  • Learn how to best use WAAS
  • Learn how to use the Garmin GFC700 autopilot for both VFR and IFR flying
  • Navigate with moving maps, flight plans, and "Direct—To" ... with confidence
  • Manage systems including engine leaning and monitoring
  • Utilize the facilities database including pages and page groups, nearest airport, navigation aids
  • Learn how to use XM Weather
  • Know how to customize your system

Contact us today to schedule a class!