Our training for Cessna Aircraft models include the popular Corvalis TT and TTx series as well as the traditional 172, 182, and 206 models. We are approved for training in G1000 and G2000 avionics systems and can help you meet your insurance requirements as a new owner.
Cirrus Aircraft Training Transition and recurrent training are available for the Cirrus SR20, SR22, SR22T, and Turbo-Normalized models. All training is done in accordance with Cirrus’ factory-approved FITS-accepted syllabus, using scenario-based training.
High Performance Aviation, LLC provides flight and ground training in all Columbia and Lancair Columbia aircraft, including those with traditional panels (“steam gauges”), Avidyne Entegra avionics, and Garmin G1000 glass cockpits.
We offer insurance-approved transition training in the DA40, DA42, and DA62 aircraft, including advanced training on the Garmin G1000 avionics suite. If you are new to the Diamond Aircraft, or if you have previous experience and want to improve your flying, we can help.
Aircraft owners, this is your course. The new Quarterly Training Program was designed specifically with you in mind. Tired of realizing at the last minute that your two-year BFR is due or scrambling to complete your IPC every six months? We feel your pain! That is why we strive to do more than just sign you off for your recurrent training. Our goal is to get to know you and how you interact with your airplane over the course of a full year of training.
Expand your comfort zone and improve your knowledge and pilot experience while enjoying some new scenery and unique destinations. You will be assisted in planning your unique training adventure to an airport you’ve always wanted to go to, but never had the chance. This is your opportunity to try something new under the guidance and watchful eye of an experienced instructor.
Training to enhance your proficiency; not just to meet minimum standards. FAA Regulations require that pilots take a flight review at least once every 24 calendar months. At HPA, we believe flight reviews are for the pilot’s benefit. We use an organized syllabus for our flight reviews because we know that your time is valuable.
Instrument Proficiency Checks, or IPCs, are a great way to get your instrument currency up to date. Whether you have been flying regularly or not at all, we can help you regain proficiency in your aircraft.
If you are transitioning to a new high performance aircraft, you may need to obtain a high performance endorsement. Pilots who are new to high performance aircraft; defined as any aircraft with an engine of more than 200 horsepower, are required to take ground and flight training on the systems and operation of that aircraft in order to receive a one-time endorsement.