Citation Recurrent Training


Citation 500, 510, 525, 650 Series Recurrent Training

Citation 500, 510, 525 and 650 Recurrent Training (Simulator and/or In-aircraft)

SkyBlue Jet Aviation offers recurrent training courses specifically designed to satisfy the requirements of FAR 61.58 for the Citation CE500, CE510, CE525 and CE650 Series.

What sets SkyBlue apart from our competition is our utilization of both  simulator and in-aircraft training, combined with individualized training and highly qualified and type rated instructors.

SkyBlue Jet Aviation has a FAA Designated Pilot Proficiency in House

 When you would like to fly the aircraft as a single-pilot, SkyBlue Jet Aviation can issue a single pilot exemption for the Citation 500 series and single recurrent training for the CE510 and CE525 Series

Course entry requirements:

     ● Private, Commercial, or Airline Transport Pilot License

     ● Multi-Engine Class Rating

     ● Citation Type Rating

     ● Instrument Airplane Rating

Aircraft types covered by this type rating:

Citation 500 series: 

Citation 500, Citation 501, Citation 550, Citation 551, Citation S550, Citation 560, Citation V, Citation Ultra, Citation Encore, Citation Bravo    

Citation 510:

Citation Mustang

Citation 525 series:

CE-525: Citation Jet CJ, Citation CJ1, Citation Jet CJ1+ Citation M2

CE-525A: Citation CJ2 and Citation CJ2+

CE-525B: Citation CJ3 

CE-525C: Citation CJ4 

Training course includes:

     ● Aircraft training materials

               • Manuals (Aircraft and systems manual, training manual, weight and balance)

               • Cockpit familiarization posters

               • Checklists

     ● Custom tailored ground training

     ● Simulator training

     ● Practical aircraft training

     ● Type rating check-ride preparation

     Duration of training

     ● Pilot in Command Type Rating Course: 5 days 


     Ground training

          • Systems training on aircraft

          • Performance and limitations

          • Weight and Balance

          • Aircraft flight deck pre-flight and preparation

          • Aircraft external pre-flight and walk-around

          • Aircraft cockpit procedures

          • Checklist usage

               • Normal operations

               • Abnormal operations

               • Emergency operations

          • Crew Resource Management (CRM)

          • Autopilot, automation, and FMC

          • Flight planning

     Aircraft training:    

          • Take-off 

          • Normal jet aircraft operations

          • Maneuvering 

               • Steep turns

               • Stalls entry and recovery

          • Landings

          • Instrument and visual approaches

               • Precision approaches

               • Non-precision approaches

               • Circle to land

               • Visual approaches

          • Failures

               • Engine failures

               • System failures

          • Go-around / missed approaches

          • Multi crew operations and crew resource management

This Recurrent type rating course meets the FAA Recurrent Requirements as per FAR 61.58