E-Learning Courses

E-Learning  allows you to train on the go. Being a pilot we are always away, this is a way we can beat that and offer training, online!

This course is one of many training programs we offer.

This training program describes the differences between airframe, engines, and systems of the King Air C-90 A/B and other King Air models. The C-90A covers serial numbers LJ-1063 through LJ-1299. The C-90B covers serial numbers LJ-1302 and subsequent.

*By purchasing you agree to the Terms & Conditions

*This course is only valid when completed in conjunction with an Executive Flight Training Initial or Recurrent King Air Class.

E-Learning Courses

E-Learning  allows you to train on the go. Being a pilot we are always away, this is a way we can beat that and offer training, online!

This course is one of many training programs we offer.

This training program describes the differences between airframe, engines, and systems of the King Air C-90 A/B and other King Air models. The C-90A covers serial numbers LJ-1063 through LJ-1299. The C-90B covers serial numbers LJ-1302 and subsequent.

*This course is only valid when completed in conjunction with an Executive Flight Training Initial or Recurrent King Air Class.

*By purchasing you agree to the Terms & Conditions

About The courses

Our E-Learning course are designed to give a step by step explanation of covered topics. This it to provide the student a alternate way to learn the information outside of reading the training manual or workbook. The interactive course keeps you engaged and participating throughout to ensure you are retaining the information discussed. Our goal is to provide you another notch on your tool belt of knowledge to make you a better safer pilot. Some of our courses are only valid when completed in conjunction with an Executive Flight Training Initial or Recurrent King Air Class. However, upon completion we do provide you a certificate for your records.

Doug Carmody with over 30,000 hours of flight time, owning SafePilot Publishing, Executive Flight Training, and Executive Jet Traning. Doug has a passion for sharing his year of knowledge with the community and is the author of 15 aviation related books, numerous magazine articles, and computer-based training modules. He is licensed in Single and Multi-engine airplanes as an ATP, CFI, CFII-MEI. His type ratings include Airbus A319/320/321, Beechcraft BE-300, Boeing 767/757/737, DC-9, Fokker F100/F28, EMB-110, CE500, CE510, CE560XL, and the CE525.

About The Author

Doug Carmody

The courses

Our E-Learning course are designed to give a step by step explanation of covered topics. This it to provide the student a alternate way to learn the information outside of reading the training manual or workbook. The interactive course keeps you engaged and participating throughout to ensure you are retaining the information discussed. Our goal is to provide you another notch on your tool belt of knowledge to make you a better safer pilot. Some of our courses are only valid when completed in conjunction with an Executive Flight Training Initial or Recurrent King Air Class. However, upon completion we do provide you a certificate for your records.

The Author

Doug Carmody

Doug Carmody with over 30,000 hours of flight time, owning SafePilot Publishing, Executive Flight Training, and Executive Jet Traning. Doug has a passion for sharing his year of knowledge with the community and is the author of 15 aviation related books, numerous magazine articles, and computer-based training modules. He is licensed in Single and Multi-engine airplanes as an ATP, CFI, CFII-MEI. His type ratings include Airbus A319/320/321, Beechcraft BE-300, Boeing 767/757/737, DC-9, Fokker F100/F28, EMB-110, CE500, CE510, CE560XL, and the CE525.

What’s inside

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Systems

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General BE-90 Series

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Electrical Differences

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Battery

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Engine Differences

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Oxygen Differences

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Brake Systems

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Anti-Ice Differences

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Flight Controls

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Plus More..

Topics Covered

Final Quiz

This training module will review the major differences between the King Air 200 and other King Air models. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to differentiate between the operating procedures, aircraft systems, and limitations of the King Air 200 and other King Air models. It is not a stand-alone course and requires successful completion of an initial or recurrent course in a different model of the Beechcraft King Air to be valid.

Training Materials