SIMCOM offers training on the following Kodiak Series models:

  • Kodiak 100
  • Kodiak 900

Location:  Scottsdale Training Center

Initial Training:

SIMCOM’s Kodiak initial course provide a comprehensive overview of aircraft systems, performance, and procedures. You will have the opportunity to gain knowledge and proficiency in normal and emergency procedures. The combination of our, high fidelity simulators, small class sizes and experienced instructors provides the ideal learning environment. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a flight review through the FAA Wings Program as long as takeoff and landing requirements of §61.57(a) and/or §61.57(b), as applicable, are met and remained in compliance during the course. For pilots that are instrument current, completion of the course fulfills the instrument experience requirements (14 CFR 61.57(c)(2)).

Recurrent Training:

SIMCOM’s Kodiak recurrent course give you the opportunity to practice normal and emergency procedures using realistic scenario based training. You will also review aircraft systems, performance and procedures. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a flight review through the FAA Wings Program as long as takeoff and landing requirements of §61.57(a) and/or §61.57(b), as applicable, are met and remained in compliance during the course. For pilots that are instrument current, completion of the course fulfills the instrument experience requirements (14 CFR 61.57(c)(2)).

Aircraft Mentoring/Training:

Pilots that complete a Kodiak Initial course can choose from three tracks ranging from an in-aircraft final check to up to 12 hours of in-aircraft training to include a final check. In-aircraft training may be required for pilots receiving initial entitlement training from Daher under a new aircraft purchase agreement.

Note: Minimum prerequisites for enrollment apply to each of the courses above.