New App Makes Flying the Beechcraft King Air 200 Safer King Air App Saves Pilots Time in Emergency Situations

SafePilot Publishing LLC has developed a new training app specifically for the King Air 200. The app displays a replica of the King Air 200 annunciator panel. If a malfunction develops in flight, the pilot simply has to touch the appropriate annunciator light on the IPad or Android tablet to bring up the correct emergency or abnormal checklist.

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Beaufort, SC (PRWEB) August 09, 2012

Built for ease of use and accuracy, the King Air 200 Quick Reference App is a must have training item for any King Air 200 pilot.

The training aid includes every emergency, warning, and informational light on the King Air 200 annunciator panel. By simply touching the appropriate annunciator light, the app immediately brings up the emergency or abnormal checklist for that situation. The complete emergency and abnormal checklist is also available at the push of a button. The app includes extensive information about systems operation. The bright display is easy to read regardless of cockpit illumination. This is the perfect study aid to remain current on King Air 200 emergency procedures. The checklist incorporates pinch to zoom and two-finger panning to reduce unwanted movement of the checklist during turbulence.

The King Air C90 and C90B quick reference apps will be released soon.

Contact
Douglas Carmody
843-521-9412
dscarmody(at)safepilot(dot)com
http://www.kingairtraining.com


Contact

  • Douglas Carmody
    Executive Flight Training
    843 521 9412
    Email

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