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Latest Blog Posts

In the Dark of the Night

Article appeared in Flying Magazine June, 2015 by Martha King – “Martha, it is unbelievably dark. The ocean is black. The sky is black. The panel lights aren’t working. I can’t tell what direction we are flying. I can’t even tell up from down. I won’t be able to keep control for very long. We […]

Flight Instructors Have a New Free Option for TSA Security Awareness Training

San Diego, CA, July 9, 2015 — CFIs will appreciate having a new, free and online way to meet their annual TSA training requirement. TSA Security Awareness Training for CFIs from King Schools can be completed in about an hour using any Internet-connected computer or tablet. It provides a TSA-acceptable graduation certificate and qualifies for […]

Identifying and Managing Risks in Aviation

Dear Fellow Pilots, As pilots we all know in our hearts that flying can be a risky activity. But sadly, identifying and managing the risks associated with flying is not intuitive. For most pilots, recognizing and mitigating flying risks is something we have to learn. Until now there has been little motivation for flight instructors […]

Double Trouble at Denver

Article appeared in Flying Magazine May, 2015 by John King – After just over two years of flying our Comanche, we “needed” a second engine, and more knobs, levers, switches and gauges. In short, we “needed” a Twin Comanche. But we couldn’t afford one. That’s why the “bargain” Twin Comanche in Trade-A-Plane caught our eye. […]

When Not to Talk to ATC

Article appeared in Flying Magazine April, 2015 by Martha King – Don’t drop the airplane to fly the microphone The North Dakota badlands had fascinated John and me for a long time, and we couldn’t think of a better way to enjoy them than from our Comanche 250. In retrospect, we certainly could have chosen […]