Beechcraft Duke 60/A60/B60 Aviation Training
Initial and recurrent Beechcraft Duke simulator-based training is available for the pressurized, piston-powered, multi-engine Beech Duke. Duke training is offered at SIMCOM's Orlando, Florida or Scottsdale, Arizona training centers.
A visual-motion simulator is utilized for these Duke training courses, either a Baron or Twin Cessna that replicates similar handling qualities and procedures needed to operate a Duke. Multi-engine and instrument procedures are stressed in these training courses with emphasis in the simulator placed on engine failures and resulting single-engine operations. Duke courses offered include a five day initial which includes 6 hours of left seat simulator instruction, a three day recurrent with 6 hours of left seat simulator instruction or an optional two day express recurrent which also includes 6 hours of left seat simulator time.
Upon successful completion of your Beechcraft Duke training you will receive a SIMCOM completion certificate for your appropriate Duke simulator course, which is insurance company approved. Most Duke training courses are taught with one instructor teaching a maximum of two students and with the same instructor providing both the classroom and simulator training. This allows your Duke training to be tailored to your individual interests and needs.