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Cessna Conquest I, II

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Overview

Cessna Conquest I/II

Professional Pilot and Technician Training Programs
FlightSafety Textron Aviation Training utilizes the combined capabilities of two global leaders for comprehensive, professional training for Cessna Conquest I & II pilots. Training for pilots of the Conquest I & II is available at our Learning Center located in Carlsbad, California.

Innovation With One Purpose: Training Corporate Aviation Professionals for Safety and Proficiency
Our highly qualified and experienced instructors, advanced-technology flight simulators and integrated training systems help ensure proficiency. Aviation professionals leverage decades of instruction knowledge and manufacturing expertise for an unmatched training environment.

Experienced Instructors, Superior Training Technology
FlightSafety Textron Aviation Training enjoys a strong relationship with Cessna that is built around our training programs
for the full line of Cessna Citation business jets and Caravan turboprops as well as the Conquest I and II. In addition to Conquest I and II training, we offer training on Textron Aviation aircraft at Learning Centers in Atlanta, Georgia; Carlsbad, California; Columbus, Ohio; Farnborough, United Kingdom; Houston, Texas; Long Beach, California; Orlando, Florida; San Antonio, Texas; Seattle, Washington; Tampa, Florida; Teterboro, New Jersey; Toronto, Canada; Wichita, Kansas; and Wilmington, Delaware.

Cessna Conquest I/II Training Program Highlights

  • We offer comprehensive, type-specific training for the Conquest I (CE-425) and Conquest II (CE-441) at our Carlsbad Learning Center.
  • Our six-axis motion simulator is equipped with Garmin 530/430 & Cessna 1000 Autopilot. The cockpit panels are interchangeable to match both models.
  • Differences training is available from the Conquest II (CE-441) to Conquest I (CE-425).
  • Conquest I & II training curriculum can satisfy Flight Review requirements (FAR 61.56) via the FAA WINGS program.