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Latest Blog Posts

King Schools Reaches Agreement with VisionSafe Corporation

King Schools to Host the Emergency Vision Assurance System (EVAS®) Training Course on their Online Learning Platform April 19, 2016 San Diego, California VisionSafe Corporation, the creator of the Emergency Vision Assurance System, (EVAS®) has reached an agreement with King Schools to host their EVAS Training Course on the King Schools online learning platform, iLearn….  [ Read More ]

Off-Airport Adventures

How to Mitigate Risks on Your Own Article appeared in Flying Magazine January, 2016 by John King – “It’s that lake right…there,” he said. When he removed his finger from the chart, all I could see was a mass of hundreds of lakes. It was to be our briefing for the flying adventure of a…  [ Read More ]

Why Some Pilots Are Bad Risk Managers

When Goals Get in the Way of Smart Decision-Making Article appeared in Flying Magazine December, 2015 by Martha King – “You can’t teach judgment.” “…I’m afraid no amount of ’risk management’ training is going to change your attitude.” These comments were in response to John’s May column “Double Trouble at Denver.” John had revealed our…  [ Read More ]

Risky Business

How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Flying with Passengers Article appeared in Flying Magazine November, 2015 by John King – Iliamna is a great fly-in fishing destination in Southwestern Alaska. In early summer, however, it often has rain, with low ceilings and visibilities. The day of our departure was no exception. As we prepared for…  [ Read More ]

Who’s in Charge Here, Anyway?

Article appeared in Flying Magazine October, 2015 by Martha King – My thumb was already in motion towards the mic button to declare an emergency when the Anchorage Center controller’s voice sounded in my headset. “N4577L, cleared for the ILS DME Runway 11 approach at Ketchikan.” It was January in Southeastern Alaska. John and I…  [ Read More ]

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King Schools2016/04/26 @ 9:11
Women in Aviation International has a great cover for their latest magazine. Pictured are John & Martha King along with scholarship winner Lindsey Dreiling. What a great event celebrating $10,000,000 of scholarships.
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King Schools2016/04/22 @ 11:27
And the Best Actor Award for Flying a Plane goes to...
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King Schools2016/04/21 @ 3:51
Third Class Medical Reform is a House Vote Away
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King Schools2016/04/20 @ 8:58
We are very happy to announce our new partners in promoting safe aviation.

King Schools Reaches Agreement with VisionSafe Corporation
to Host the Emergency Vision Assurance System (EVAS®) Training Course on our Online Learning Platform.
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King Schools2016/04/14 @ 5:07
May 12th. is the day when instrument trainees can once again credit a maximum of 10 hours using a basic ATD (BATD) or a maximum of 20 hours using an advanced ATD (AATD) as the FAA makes another change.
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