One very important reason to use an authorized Twin Commander Service Center is the factory’s requirement that technicians receive formal, Commander-specific training. That ensures your airplane will receive the best, most informed care.
Two such Twin Commander Maintenance Initial training classes have been scheduled for 2017: May 8-16, and September 18-26.
The seven-day course takes the A&P mechanic (or equivalent) thru the various systems in a classroom environment using AMM and AIPC documents along with associated publications and physical training aids. The technicians also have access to live aircraft. Each student is issued a training binder with a printed copy of the presentation and various handouts. The course concludes with a graded exam. Upon successful completion, clients receive an official certificate of training and a record of training.
The classes are held at Eagle Creek Aviation (KEYE) in Indianapolis. For more information about Twin Commander Maintenance Initial training classes contact Mike Grabbe at Eagle Creek at 317-293-6935, cell 317-752-3708, or email email@example.com