We hope you have enjoyed and benefited from the Pro Line Fusion Pilot Familiarization Course; we’ll leave you with a few useful tips and tricks to help you in working with the Fusion system. Thank you for taking the course!
Let’s take a look at the warnings, flags, cautions and other annunciators which the Fusion system uses to keep the flight crew informed.
Let’s take a look at going missed with the Fusion system.
Let’s take a look at programming and flying approaches with the Pro Line Fusion.
Eventually, you’ll have to come back down….let’s take a look at descents using the Pro Line Fusion.
This segment focuses on the capabilities and options available to you in cruise flight with the Fusion system. Take a look below!
Segment 3 looks at departure and climb-out with the Fusion system; check out the video below.
Segment 2 focuses on the Preflight and Engine Start phases; check out the video below to explore!
This lesson goes over the Controls and Inputs for the Rockwell Collins Pro Line Fusion system.
Here, you’ll find the Course Introduction and Overview of the Pilot Proficient Rockwell Collins Pro Line Fusion Pilot Familiarization Course. Note: This course will launch soon at $399.00. Sign up below to be notified prior to the course launch and save $25.00! [mc4wp_form id=”12344″]
In this 4th and final course segment, we’ll explore a sample round-trip to and from Canada, and check off the individual requirements needed to keep everything legal. At the bottom of this page, you’ll find all of the links we’ve discussed in the course (and a few more), to make your planning process even easier. …
This course segment will familiarize you with the CANPASS/Telephone Reporting Centre and Canadian Airports of Entry. Pertinent Links: CANPASS/Telephone Reporting Centre phone number: 1-888-226-7277 List of AOE/15 Airports for use by unscheduled, private general aviation aircraft: https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/do-rb/services/aoe15-eng.html
This segment will familiarize you with the Electronic Advance Passenger Information System (eAPIS), which allows CBP to vet and approve flights leaving and returning to the USA. Follow along and learn how to set up your eAPIS account, enter crew and passenger information, and file a Notice of Departure or Notice of Arrival. Pertinent Links: https://eapis.cbp.dhs.gov/ …
This course segment will demonstrate an overview of the logistics behind conducting a safe and legal General Aviation trip between the USA and Canada. It will also cover the process for obtaining your DTOPS sticker. Pertinent Links: DTOPS (Decal and Transponder Online Procurement System): https://dtops.cbp.dhs.gov/
This final segment of the Pilot Proficient Domestic RVSM Course will discuss some possible consequences of height-keeping errors while in RVSM, and will briefly discuss the certification/authorization process. Various official sources of information were used to compile the course material you have been viewing. Here is a list with links to the most pertinent: FAA …
This Module will introduce you to normal procedures for RVSM flying, including: Pre-Flight Procedures and Checks Flight Planning RVSM Procedures before, during and after flight in RVSM. FAA Reports Watch the course video, and take the Module 3 quiz to move on to the final course segment!
View the video below to learn about in-flight RVSM contingency procedures. Then, take the Module 2 quiz to move on!
Welcome to the first module of the Pilot Proficient Domestic RVSM Course. View the video below, take notes, and complete the Module 1 Quiz to move on to the next module. Enjoy!
Welcome to the Course Overview. We’re glad you have chosen to begin, resume, or review your Multi Engine training. Take a look at the Course Overview to discover what we will be talking about throughout the course. We would, however, like to make one thing clear as we get started: as mentioned in the video …
Thank you for taking the Multi Engine Ground School. We hope that the knowledge you have gained will provide a solid base for all of your multi engine flying, and that you will consistently adhere to the principles that keep pilots safe: Know your airplane: study the POH/AFM, the limitations, performance charts, and normal and …