The Garmin G1000 is one of the most popular integrated avionics systems for Technically Advanced Aircraft (TAA) available today. Having trained hundreds of students on the Garmin G1000, High Performance Aviation, LLC is well positioned to provide you with basic and advanced Garmin G1000 training.
In March 2011, Garmin launched its G2000 integrated flight deck. The company said in a press release that the G2000 was “designed for high performance piston aircraft” such as the Cessna Corvalis TTx. HPA provides instruction to help you take advantage of the features included with the G2000.
The Garmin GTN 650 is a touchscreen GPS/NAV/Com that features both touchscreen and traditional concentric knobs. Backed by decades of proven technology, the Garmin GTN 650 features WAAS as well as traffic, weather, terrain, and more. Our training will take you through the basic and advanced functions.
The Garmin GTN 750 is a touchscreen GPS/NAV/Com that features both touchscreen and traditional concentric knobs. Designed to replace the legacy Garmin 530W system, the GTN 750 provides WAAS, as well as traffic, weather, terrain, and more. Our training will help you master the basics to fly safely with this system.
You will learn how to input data and frequencies using tips, tricks, and best practices. You will learn how to navigate using flight plans and GPS direct courses. In addition, you will become capable of updating your avionics databases. Finally, you will be able to navigate the pages and page groups of the Flight Management System, while recognizing the most important functions.
The Cirrus Perspective by Garmin made its debut in 2008, giving Cirrus customers an alternative to Avidyne avionics. Based on the popular Garmin G1000 glass cockpit, the Garmin Perspective is a fully integrated avionics system featuring the popular GFC700 Autopilot and Dual AHRS system. Available with Synthetic Vision Technology, the instrumentation is displayed across dual high-resolution 12” screens.
If you have recently purchased a new Garmin GPS unit for your aircraft, you can either read through the 300+ page manual or you can take a few hours of in-person and guided training to jump start your learning experience and mastery of your new device. Due to the variety of units and different levels of pilot experience, we customize our training syllabus to meet your needs.
Synthetic Vision Technology, or SVT, is one of Garmin’s most recent additions to their glass cockpit systems. Garmin SVT is an innovative tool used to increase situational awareness in the cockpit. Based on a highly-detailed terrain and obstacle database, Garmin SVT recreates 3-D visuals to present terrain, obstacles, and traffic in real-time.