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    53% of pilots use the iPad in the cockpit Welcome to our community. Are you working on, or thinking about working on a new pilot certificate or rating? Or are you interested in increasing your proficiency or meeting training requirements? This community is for you. Here you can read John and Martha’s Blog, catch up with all of the news from King Schools and see our social media feeds in one convenient place. John and Martha’s insights will educate and elucidate but sometimes just provoke thoughtfulness. In all cases, we hope you find these blog entries interesting and valuable!

Latest Blog Posts

Pilots Now Have an Easy Way to Prepare for Their EASA PPL Conversion Exam

October 17, 2016 San Diego, CA  Pilots holding an FAA (or any other ICAO State) pilot certificate seeking to convert to an EASA Private Pilot License (PPL), can now study for the three required theoretical tests using web-based training developed by E-gle—a team of experts from the EuroPilot Center.  The course “EASA PPL Conversion Course”…  [ Read More ]

Pilot Fatigue and the Unspoken Goal

The most important part of being pilot in command Article appeared in Flying Magazine July, 2016 by Martha King – The view out the windscreen from 38,000 feet wasn’t really scary, but it was fatiguing. Nexrad confirmed what we were seeing. After our fuel stop in Wichita, Kansas, we would have to pick our way around air-mass…  [ Read More ]

Women in Aviation Celebration, A Look Back.

We celebrate the recent Girls in Aviation Day and the incredible cover of Aviation for Women magazine in the May/June edition   September 27, 2016 San Diego, CA On Saturday, September 24th, Women in Aviation celebrated the 5th annual International Girls in Aviation Day . The goal was to connect with teen girls to encourage them to pursue careers in aviation. Created by Women…  [ Read More ]


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http://www.kingschools.com/?sco=WB&scu=FACEBK01 Born from a Passion for Flying King Schools, Inc. is the world´s leading producer of aviation training videos and computer software. It was first established in 1974, when John and Martha began flying throughout the country to teach ground school courses. A decade later, they began producing video courses in a spare room of their house. Today, King Schools has over 70 employees operating from an 18,000 sq. ft. complex, housing a dedicated video production and duplication facility. In the past 10 years we have delivered more than 2-1/2 million videos with over 4 million hours of video instruction, teaching up to one-half of the instrument students and over one-third of all pilots in the U.S. obtaining training. We are keenly aware of the importance of the work we do. During the time someone is learning to fly, flying is the most important thing in his or her life. We are privileged to play such a significant role in the lives of such committed individuals. We take pride in producing quality work for these special people.
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King Schools2016/10/22 @ 7:14
Martha's article "Pilot Fatigue and the Unspoken Goal" from Flying Magazine's July 2016 edition is now on the King Schools Pilot Community site. We look forward to hearing and sharing your thoughts and comments.
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King Schools2016/10/19 @ 12:40
At the Wichita Aero Club luncheon, John King boldly stated, "Flight training determines the future of aviation."

Read more about what John and Martha King had to say about the global picture of flight training in this BlueSky Business Aviation News post by Ashley Bowen Cook of the Greteman Group. http://ow.ly/lmLz305jArm
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King Schools2016/10/18 @ 11:31
We are happy to announce this new course. You can read to full story on the Press Release by clicking on the photo. Or if you would like to purchase the course, click - http://www.kingschools.com/aviation-courses/easa/conversion
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King Schools2016/10/04 @ 4:17
Dogfight 2016 - Come out and watch as our very own John King goes wing tip to wing tip with AOPA Pilot’s Rod Machado as they debate over the merits and pitfalls of the FAA’s new Airman Certification Standards. The discussion between the two longtime aviation educators, each of whom has a passionate stance on the subject, promises to be both spirited and informative.

Be sure not to miss the live event at Palm Springs International Airport at noon on Saturday, October 22. Use FAEGRP2016 and receive a 15% discount off registration.http://aviation-xpo.com/register
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King Schools2016/09/28 @ 7:44
We celebrate the recent Girls in Aviation Day held on Saturday 9/24/16 with a look back at the incredible cover of Women in Aviation International's magazine on the May/June edition. Here's how it all happened.
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2016/10/19 @ 9:50
John & Martha King on the global picture of #flighttraining BlueSky Business Aviation News by Ashley Bowen Cook https://t.co/MpH3oc90Yn
2016/10/18 @ 8:23
Convert your FAA or any other ICAO State pilot cert to an EASA PPL, Study for the 3 theoretical tests using https://t.co/TRDVPx3wlY
2016/10/18 @ 1:52
Witness Dogfight 2016 - John King & Rod Machado debate the ACS. Use FAEGRP2016 & receive a 15% off registration. https://t.co/RL7mqkok2P
2016/10/04 @ 1:13
Dogfight 2016 John King & Rod Machado square off over the merits & pitfalls of the ACS. FAEGRP2016 15% discount off https://t.co/RL7mqkok2P
2016/09/28 @ 4:58
#FlyingMagazine's Stephen Pope wrote a beautiful story about Arnold Palmer the pilot and his last flight as PIC.