How is Jerry qualified to provide training in all these aircraft?
Let's start at the beginning.
I received the:
1972 Private Pilot Certificate
1973 Airframe & Powerplant
1973 Instrument Rating
1974 Commercial Certificate
1975 CFI 1978 CFI-I 1985 CFI-MEI
1975 Seaplane Rating
1982 ATP SEL
1985 ATP MEL
1980 - I began to fly charter in in a Cherokee 6 then
1980 - 1981 acquired 300 hours as a co-pilot in a DC-3 .
1982 - I became qualified to fly the Cessna 310, 402 and 414 under Part 135 in .
1985 - After attending school for over a year in Pennsylvania I began 10 years of charter as a PIC in Cessna 310, Navajo, Aztec, Aerostar and also a King Air B100.
1997 - Worked under Attitudes International as a Saratoga, Seneca and Malibu Mirage instructor and maintenance instructor for Piper. I continued in the same positions under SimCom Training Centers when they bought out Attitudes International.
2000 Began working for Piper as a Production Test Pilot, raising to the position of Senior Production Test Pilot and became qualified in all models from the Warrior to the Meridian.
2003 Began working with Aviation Training and Management as an instructor in Aerostars, Navajos, Piper Malibu, Mirage, Meridian and Cessna 340s, 414s and 421s.
2005 Left ATM and with the blessings of numerous insurance companies, continued providing Transition and refresher training in these same aircraft under Advanced Flight Training International, Inc.
2015 - 2016 I worked with a charter company and became PIC qualified in their Navajo, King Air 90 and B200s.
2016 - returned to my passion, that of providing excellent flight training in advanced aircraft.
Total Time - 14,800
Multi-Engine - 7,300
Dual Given - More than 5,000
I haven't been keeping good flight hours records since I acquired more than
14,000 total hours and 7,300 multi-engine hours. I know that at that time I had
more than 1000 hours in Meridians,
more than 1,000 hours Malibu/Matrix/Mirage
more than 2,500 hours Aerostar.
In 2016 and 2017 I provided In 2016 and 2017 I provided
recurrent training in transition training in
1 - Cessna 414 5 - Cessna 421s
3 - Cessna 340 2 - Cessna 340s
8 - Aerostars 3 - Aerostars
6 - Meridians 1 - Meridian
2 - Navajo 1 - Mirage
I am pleased to announce that - to my knowledge none of the pilots that I have presented a certificate of completion to, nor those that I've assisted in receiving their Private Pilot, or other certificates and ratings, have died while acting as PIC in the airplane.
1988 - Flight Review for B100 Transition and Refresher Training
2015 - CAE for King Air 200 Transition and 90 Differences Training
2015 - Eclipse EA50 Transition training
2016 - Norton Aviation Eclipse EA50 FAR Part 61.58
Indicating the year I began providing training in these aircraft (outside of charter environment)
1994 - Aerostar
1997 - Malibu, Mirage
2003 - Meridian
2003 - Cessna 340, 414, 421
2003 - Navajo
2005 - Baron