PC-12 RECURRENT TRAINING2021-02-25T02:30:27+00:00

Pilatus PC-12 Recurrent Training


(Additional Pilots 50% Each)

Training Syllabus – 2 Day

Ground Course:

  • Aircraft General / Limitations / Performance Charts / Weight & Balance
  • Aircraft Systems and Description
  • Abnormal Conditions / Emergency Procedures / Emergency Checklists
  • Factors in Aeronautical Decision Making

Advance study materials will be sent upon booking. Your home study will enable efficient use of our time together.

Flight Course:

  • Flight Briefing
  • Takeoff and Departure Procedures All Configurations
  • VFR and IFR Airwork
  • VFR Approaches and Landings in All Configurations
  • Abnormal Conditions and Simulated Emergency Procedures
  • IFR Approaches and Landings in All Configurations / Missed Approaches
  • Flight De-Briefing



The training schedule is all about you. Designed to be efficient, your training will be completed in a timely fashion that does not compromise content.  We will cover the syllabus…when, where and how we do it is up to you.  Prior to our scheduled meeting, a Systems Review Test will need to be completed to help facilitate our ground class.

Scheduling varies with each class and number of participants.  Here is a general guide on how many days we will need for your Recurrent Training:

1/2 day flight training: (1) 3-hour flight PER PILOT 

1 day ground class with all participants

Note 1: You will need to complete a home study of the systems and limitations plus complete a Systems Review Test sent with your Training Materials prior to your class date.

Note 2: Additional pilots are welcome to join and observe on training flights.

Insurance Companies Approved…

Many Aviation Insurance Underwriters approve In-Aircraft Recurrent Training on a case by case annual or biannual basis. Please contact your broker as an initial step in understanding your particular requirements; feel free to have your broker reach out if they have any questions info@3greenaviation.com.

Note: 3-Green Aviation, LLC is required to be listed on your Insurance Policy as Additional Insured with a Waiver of Subrogation.

I have been lucky and privileged to train with Shane on a yearly basis for the last 4 years.  I can’t say enough about Shane’s knowledge of the PC-12 and his calm instructing ability.   Training with Shane has shown me how extremely valuable it is to train in the airplane you fly on a daily basis.   At the beginning of 2019 I was still employed by the Phoenix Police Department Air

Support Unit.  Our command staff also saw the value of Shane’s training and brought him out to provide recurrent training to our PC-12 pilots.  I have also flown with several owner/operators that have echoed my above statements in regard to Shane’s recurrent training.  More recently I have spoken to some owner/operators that feel that training once a year is not enough and believe training every 6 months would be more appropriate to maintain their skill level.  They suggested alternating between in airplane training with Shane and simulator training.  I believe this training regimen would give you the best of both worlds; training in your own airplane with Shane, and simulator training to cover things you can’t do in the airplane.  Thank you, Shane, for continuing to challenge me every time we fly together!!

Jesse Plath , Former Fixed Wing Chief Pilot, Phoenix Police Department Air Support Unit - Retired
Shane is an excellent and patient instructor. He has an enormous amount of knowledge about the PC12 and incorporates real world practical situations into his training. Shane will show you how to put the PC12 through its paces while gaining the systems understanding a pilot needs to know. I would highly recommend Shane for initial or recurrent PC12 training.
Brent W. McCasland, President CalTech
It sure was good to meet you and train with you, you did an exceptional job!  I know for me that I learned a lot from you.

Gregg Lubbe
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