March 3 (Sat) 11:00am G1000 GPS Workshop

Event Date: 
Saturday, March 3, 2018 - 11:00am

This seminar will be held from 11am - 1 pm.

The G1000 is now found in most aircraft manufactured with in the last 10-15 years. Odds are if you are a renter and desire a glass cockpit, you will be flying with the G1000.  This seminar is interactive between the presenters and audience, so bring your tips and confusions. While primarily focused for the G1000 beginner, all who have G1000 experience are welcomed and we will try to insert some seldom used/more advanced items.  We will plan a cross country flight with the audience and review how to enter all the procedures into the G1000 GPS including departure, enroute, arrival. approach and taxi. Modern GPS avionics usually have more than one way to accomplish a task so input from all will be welcomed.

 

This is a 2 hour workshop, free of charge, and because of technical logistics, will not be streamed. Join Tom McGrath, experienced G1000 equipped TBM pilot and Dave Kramer, IGI for this fun seminar.

Tom McGrath retired from Lockheed Martin in 2012 and now consults to the US Gov’t on Missile Defense. He is a private pilot with SEL-I privileges.  With approximately 6000 hours flight time, with 4500 in Bonanzas and 1600 in TBM turboprops, he now flies 300-350 hours a year for business and personal purposes.  Seeking adventure, Mr. McGrath has flown Bonanzas to Europe, South America, Central America, Caribbean, Bahamas and Alaska.  With the TBM, he has flown to Europe 3 times.

Dave Kramer MD is an instrument rated, tailwheel endorsed private pilot as well as a basic and instrument ground instructor with an interest in weather. He has been flying since 2012, has over 900 hours of which over 300 have been in the IFR system.  He also enjoys flying at night as well as flying in the LA area.

 

This event qualifies for FAA Wings credit.

Any questions, contact us at (650) 946-1700 or info@sancarlosflight.com.

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