Training

TRAINING TOMORROW'S AVIATORS

Mission Overview

It’s no secret that the best pilots train in the best aircraft. Textron Aviation has delivered thousands of aircraft to governments, private/commercial schools and airline training facilities across the globe. From basic instrument platforms to advanced jet training, aircraft can be tailored to meet your curriculum with instructor seating and plenty of avionics options. Our expertise extends beyond standard operations and into mission specific training with platforms that excel in search and rescue, surveillance, military jet training and more. Put experience to work for your students with Textron Aviation.

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Training Ready Aircraft

 

  • Skyhawk
  • Skylane
  • Baron G58
  • Caravan
  • Grand Caravan EX
  • Citation M2
  • Skyhawk

    The Cessna® Skyhawk® is the worlds leading flight trainer and the most produced single-engine piston aircraft.  The Skyhawk delivers an intuitive, but sophisticated cockpit experience in a platform ideally suited to learn the skills needed to become a true pilot in command.

    • Optional three-seat crew training configuration
    • Proven rugged airframe
    • Support of the world’s largest parts distribution network
    Learn more at cessna.txtav.com
    Maximum Cruise Speed 124 ktas (230 km/h)
    Maximum Range 640 nm (1,185 km)
    Takeoff Distance 1,630 ft (497 m)
    Landing Distance 1,335 ft (407 m)
    Service Ceiling 14,000 ft (4,267 m)
    Maximum Climb Rate 730 fpm (223 mpm)
    Maximum Limit Speed 163 kias (302 km/h)
  • Skylane

    Take pilot training to the next level while maintaining low operating costs.  The Cessna 182T Skylane steps up the students’ experience with a 230-horsepower engine and enough range to practice long distance flights.  Designed with comfort in mind, the ergonomic interior creates the ideal environment to keep the focus flying.

    • Panoramic, wrap around windows
    • Short runway capable
    • Support of the world’s largest parts distribution network
    Learn more at cessna.txtav.com
    Maximum Cruise Speed 145 ktas (269 km/h)
    Maximum Range 915 nm (1,695 km)
    Takeoff Distance 1,514 ft (461 m)
    Landing Distance 1,350 ft (411 m)
    Service Ceiling 18,100 ft (5,517 m)
    Maximum Climb Rate 924 fpm (282 mpm)
    Maximum Limit Speed 175 kias (324 km/h)
  • Baron G58

    Take pilot training to a new level with the Beechcraft Baron G58. Twin engine performance gives students experience in high speed aircraft and the flexible maintenance schedule means they’ll spend more time in the air. Optional seating configurations turn the cabin to face the cockpit, allowing for instructor supervision of student instruments and student actions. From basic instrument to complex training scenarios, the Baron G58 does not disappoint.

    • Confortable climate controlled cabin
    • Garmin G1000 glass cockpit
    • Proven dispatch reliability
    Learn more at beechcraft.txtav.com
    Maximum Cruise Speed 202 ktas (374 km/h)
    Maximum Range 1,480 nm (2,741 km)
    Takeoff Distance 2,345 ft (715 m)
    Landing Distance 2,490 ft (759 m)
    Service Ceiling 20,688 ft (6,306 m)
    Maximum Climb Rate 1,700 fpm (518 mpm)
    Maximum Limit Speed 223 kias (413 km/h)
  • Caravan

    Give student pilots a new level of preparedness with the Cessna Caravan. With room for up to 14 passengers, training in the Caravan allows the student to experience firsthand the flight characteristics of a charter or airline aircraft. This is possible while maintaining cost effectiveness of a training aircraft with the efficient and ultra-dependable PT6A-114A turbine engine.

    • Unparalleled dispatch reliability
    • Garmin G1000 avionics suite
    • Backed by the world’s largest support network
    Learn more at cessna.txtav.com
    Maximum Cruise Speed 186 ktas (344 km/h)
    Maximum Range 1,070 nm (1,982 km)
    Takeoff Distance 2,055 ft (626 m)
    Landing Distance 1,625 ft (495 m)
    Maximum Operating Altitude 25,000 ft (7,620 m)
    Maximum Climb Rate 1,234 fpm (376 mpm)
    Maximum Limit Speed 175 kias (324 km/h)
  • Grand Caravan EX

    Give student pilots a new level of preparedness with the Cessna Grand Caravan EX. With a large cabin and optional cargo pod, training in the Grand Caravan EX allows the student to experience firsthand the flight characteristics of a cargo aircraft. This is possible while maintaining cost effectiveness of a training aircraft with the powerful and ultra-dependable PT6A-140 turbine engine.

    • Unparalleled dispatch reliability
    • Garmin G1000 avionics suite
    • Backed by the world’s largest support network.
    Learn more at cessna.txtav.com
    Maximum Cruise Speed 195 ktas (361 km/h)
    Maximum Range 964 nm (1,785 km)
    Takeoff Distance 2,160 ft (658 m)
    Landing Distance 1,871 ft (570 m)
    Maximum Operating Altitude 25,000 ft (7,620 m)
    Maximum Climb Rate 1,330 fpm (405 mpm)
    Maximum Limit Speed 175 kias (324 km/h)
  • Citation M2

    Step up your curriculum with jet training in the Cessna Citation M2. Students will excel with the automated jet systems and intuitive controls of the Garmin G1000 avionics suite while they cruise high above the weather. A forward facing crew seat can be installed just aft of the cockpit in the center of the cabin allowing the instructor to monitor the students movements and provide real time feedback. Train smart, train with the Citation M2.

    • Backed by the industry’s largest service network
    • Exceptional short field performance
    • Single pilot approved
    Takeoff Distance 3,210 ft (978 m)
    Maximum Climb Rate 3,698 fpm (1,127 mpm)
    Maximum Cruise Speed 404 ktas (748 km/h)
    Maximum Range 1,540 nm (2,852 km)
    Landing Distance 2,590 ft (789 m)
    Maximum Takeoff Weight 10,700 lb (4,853 kg)
    Basic Operating Weight 7,004 lb (3,177 kg)
    Maximum Payload 1,396 lb (633 kg)
    Full Fuel Payload 500 lb (227 kg)

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