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King Online Drone Course Customers Can Now Study When Offline Too

May 4, 2018 – AUVSI Conference, Denver CO. – Aspiring Drone Pilots now have a convenient way to continue their studies even when they are offline by using the free KING Companion App for iPad or iPhone together with King Schools’ Online Drone Pilot License Test Prep Course. The app allows drone pilots who are…  [ Read More ]

Sarina Houston Awarded the WAI Martha King Scholarship for Women Flight Instructors

April 27, 2018 San Diego, California – For Immediate Release Sarina Houston of Pittsboro, North Carolina was awarded the 3rd Martha King Scholarship for Women Flight Instructors during the annual Women in Aviation International Conference. This scholarship consists of $5,000 toward flight training and free, lifetime access to all King Schools courses including FIRCs for…  [ Read More ]

King Schools Goes Completely Online

Ensures Every Course Is Always Up-To-Date April 12, 2018 SUN ‘n FUN – Lakeland, FL – After over 40 years spent evolving pilot courses from in-person delivery, to VHS tapes, to computer installations, King Schools has said goodbye to discs and is delivering 100% of their pilot courses online.  Co-Chairman Martha King said, “It means…  [ Read More ]

Online Cessna Flight Training System Now Available To All Flight Schools

April 12, 2018, SUN ‘n FUN – Lakeland, FL  The latest online edition of the Cessna Flight Training System that has, for decades, helped thousands of pilots achieve their goals, is now available to all flight schools.  The online curriculum integrates flight and ground studies and ensures that learning pilots and their instructors know what…  [ Read More ]

Pete Muntean Awarded the National Association of Flight Instructors and King Schools Scholarship

April 12, 2018, SUN ‘n FUN – Lakeland, FL – Pete Muntean of Washington, D.C. is the winner of the King Schools and the National Association of Flight Instructors (NAFI) 2017 CFI scholarship.  This scholarship consists of $5,000 toward flight training and free, lifetime access to all King Schools courses, including lifetime FIRCs.  The estimated…  [ Read More ]

LET’S QUIT TALKING ABOUT SAFETY

Article appeared in Flying Magazine January 2018 by John King “There can be no compromise with safety.” “Safety is our number one priority.” You hear these kinds of quotes all the time from well-meaning people—very often people like the Secretary of Transportation or the Administrator of the FAA. The assertions are meant to be comforting, and…  [ Read More ]

John & Martha King Receive Crystal Eagle Award

Aero Club of Northern California Presents 35th Award The award presentation starts at 3:35, the King’s acceptance and talk starts at 5:10. John and Martha King, co-chairmen and co-owners of King Schools, were selected as recipients of the 35th annual Crystal Eagle Award presented by the Aero Club of Northern California. The Kings accepted the…  [ Read More ]

THE GREATEST AIRPORT PARTY EVER

DOWN HOME AVIATION AT ITS BEST IN THE AMERICAN HEARTLAND Article appeared in Flying Magazine November 2017 by Martha King This normally non-towered airport was probably the busiest it had ever been. The airport needed to land an airplane about every minute and a half to accommodate the arrivals in the time available between sunrise and…  [ Read More ]

ATP Flight School Adds King Schools Courses to Curriculum

December 8, 2017 San Diego, CA – ATP Flight School, the nation’s leader in providing the most efficient training path to a successful airline pilot career, has added King Schools online video courses as a key element in their Airline Career Pilot Program. On sign-up, students will get a head-start with the King Schools Private…  [ Read More ]

John and Martha King Oppose Air Traffic Control Privatization

With Congress back in session, the general aviation community must continue to express its opposition to H.R. 2997 and its air traffic control (ATC) privatization plan. Under a privatized ATC system, Congress will not be able to protect general aviation (GA) access, and these are a few ways access could be reduced: The private corporation…  [ Read More ]