The first scheduled 2019 Twin Commander Maintenance training class date is set for March 11th thru 20th, 2019. The second scheduled class date is set for November 4th thru 13th, held at Eagle Creek Aviation in Indianapolis, IN. If you have a need for a separate, or off site, class please be advised that it will need to have at least four clients in it for it to make.
The class syllabus can be downloaded here. You may notice a change in the class days schedule from previous classes. This is now an 8 day event to accommodate the EASA requirements (EASA also requires an additional 30 Hour TPE331 training class provided by a separate vendor, as well as additional practical exercises/time at their local organizations) that do not allow for counting exam time towards class time credit.
The seven day (+1 exam day) Twin Commander Maintenance Initial training event takes the A&P mechanic, or equivalent, thru the various systems in a classroom environment using the AMM & AIPC documents, along with associated publications, physical training aids and access to live aircraft. Clients are issued a training binder with a printed copy of the presentation and various handouts. Handout materials are now provided on a USB device.
The class is finalized with the execution of a graded exam. Upon successful completion of the class, clients receive an official certificate of training and a record of training.
The price for the class is currently $5,000.00. Payment is due prior to, or upon arrival and may be made via wire transfer, company check or cash.
The classes are held at Eagle Creek Aviation in Indianapolis (KEYE airport), the street address and contact information is:
Eagle Creek Aviation Services
4101 Dandy Trail
Indianapolis IN 46254 USA
There are many hotels within easy driving distance of the facility with the closest located within 3km.
The commercial airport is Indianapolis International Airport (KIND) and we are about a 15-20 minute drive north of there. The class begins the first day at 08:30 and ends around noon on the last day.