(BALTIMORE, Md) —
Keeping in line with Civil Air Patrol’s Aerospace Education mission, on 12 August 2017 members of CAP’s Apollo Squadron (MD85) based at Tipton Airfield hosted CAP G1000 VFR Ground Training for 17 members from all corners of the state of Maryland.
The VFR Transition to G1000 ground course material is designed to enable pilots a smooth transition to Technologically Advanced Aircraft for VFR flight and is divided into two modules, G1000 (VFR) and Autopilot (VFR) .An additional ground school and check-ride is required for IFR.
The objectives are to develop knowledge and skills for successful VFR transition to G1000 including elements of flight managment skills, Primary Flight Display (PFD organization, use of nav/com radios, Multi-Function Display (MFD) organization, malfunctions, and systems. The second module objectives include information management, automation management for the KAP 140 and GFC 700 autopilots, and risk management.