The Glass Cockpit revolution is sweeping through the general aviation industry. In 2003, virtually no aircraft shipped with glass cockpits, yet two years later nearly 100% of all new aircraft were shipping with glass cockpits. These aircraft are rapidly joining the rental fleet. Well over one hundred flight schools now provide transition training and rent G1000-equipped aircraft including Cessna 172, 182, 206, Diamond DA40 and Columbia aircraft, so it's likely that you can rent a plane near you. If you want G1000 training materials to help you learn, than consider our award winning Max Trescott's G1000 Glass Cockpit Handbook and Max Trescott's Garmin G1000 CD-ROM Course.
If you haven't found a place where you can rent one of these aircraft, email us with your location (city, state, country) and we'll reply with the closest location about which we know. Flight Schools, if you haven't heard from us and you have G1000 aircraft available for rent, email us with information on your location and aircraft available for rent.
Currently we're aware of G1000 aircraft for rent in 45 states in the U.S. and several countries.
Here's a list of places we work most closely with that rent G1000 aircraft:
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