Once you fly a glass-cockpit aircraft, you'll never want to go back to the old 'steam gauges.' All of our Garmin 1000 'glass-cockpit' aircraft feature dual flat-panel displays, dual navcomms, dual IFR-approach-certified GPSs, Mode S transponders, autopilots, and safety features such as a Traffic Information System, Terrain Warning System, backup primary instruments, and backup batteries. Some aircraft have integrated Stormscopes and XM satellite weather receivers, which display near-real-time weather on cockpit screens.

We have three Garmin-1000 aircraft available, at far lower prices than the competition. Click each image below to learn more. To assist you in your transition to glass-cockpit aircraft, we have a free G1000 simulator at our office. And you can download the G1000 user manuals right here.  So what are you waiting for? Experience the glass-cockpit revolution for yourself.

Want to get a head-start on your checkout in glass-cockpit aircraft? Click the links below to download the G1000 manuals. At our office, we have a free PC-based G1000 simulator, so you can practice on the computer before you fly the airplanes.

System Overview (957K)

Quick Reference Card (402K)

Cockpit Reference Guide (4.4MB)

Primary Flight Display Pilot's Guide (2.1MB)

Pilot's Guide Front Matter/ Index (1.0MB)
N14008 ($85/hr)
2005 Cessna 172SP, 180hp

N182BG ($99/hr)
2005 Cessna 182T, 230hp

N1004E ($85/hr)
2005 Cessna 172SP, 180hp

These pilot's guides are provided for reference only, and are not intended to be used for flight purposes. Consult the current Pilot Operating Handbook and Flight Manual Supplements for your particular aircraft prior to flight.

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We have four glass-cockpit aircraft for rental, starting at just $80/hr dry!!