Cirrus Training

Begin, or continue, your flight instruction with a Cirrus training program, which provides you with the same training programs that Cirrus uses during factory flight instruction. In most cases, this training can help reduce your insurance rates when you fly a Cirrus aircraft.


MacAir Aviation has two Cirrus Standardized Instructor Pilots (CSIPs) on staff. We also have two Cirrus SR22 (Avidyne) aircraft to support your training, or you can bring your own Cirrus aircraft.


You can also combine your training with a trip to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force and Dayton Aviation Heritage sites. Learn more about local attractions.


Training Options

We offer a variety of Cirrus Avidyne and Perspective training, including:

  • CAPS Training

  • Transition Course

  • Advanced Transition Course

  • Airframe and Powerplant Differences Course

  • Avionics Differences Course

  • Landing Standardization Course

  • Instrument Procedures Training

  • 90-day Refresher Training

  • IFR recurrent training culminating in an Instrument Proficiency Check

  • VFR recurrent training culminating in a Flight Review

  • Embark training for new owners of used Cirrus aircraft



To register for Cirrus training, visit the Cirrus Learning Portal.

CSIPs are professional flight instructors who have undergone extensive ground and flight training in Cirrus aircraft. They use standardized manuals, syllabi, and procedures to ensure your training is consistent with the training at Cirrus Headquarters.

Doug Magoffin

Tom Bell


For help in registering or deciding which course is right for you, call MacAir Aviation at 937-581-8056 or complete this form.

Greene County-Lewis A. Jackson Regional Airport (I19)
140 N Valley Road, Xenia, Ohio 45385




Monday to Sunday; 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (winter) (Now in Effect)
Monday to Sunday; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (summer)