ASA is making the 2014 FAR/AIM eBook available as a free download to iPhone and iPad users between Oct. 10-12 to coincide with the AOPA Aviation Summit in Fort Worth, Texas. The eBook can be downloaded via ASA’s Reader App, which is also free.
Last updated in 2003, the newly revised Glider Flying Handbook is the FAA’s primary technical manual for the required aeronautical knowledge necessary to operate a glider.
Now available is the fifth edition of “The Complete Advanced Pilot” by Bob Gardner.
Many of General Aviation News readers have a connection with the airline industry. Many not directly connected to the airline industry follow it all the same. Stop by any number of plane-spotter websites to see the copious number of beautiful images taken by those transfixed by airline-class aircraft.
If you count yourself among the number of airline followers, you may consider a new book titled, “Non-Stop: A Turbulent History of Northwest Airlines.” Written by Jack El-Hai, the book traces the roots of Northwest Airlines from its founder, Lewis Brittin, to its 2010 merger with Delta.
ASA has released the seventh edition of “Guide to the Flight Review” by Jackie Spanitz, based on the Oral Exam Guide series by Michael Hayes.
OSHKOSH – Jeppesen has expanded its library of available training e-book titles, adding “Aircraft Gas Turbine Powerplant Textbook,” “Aviation Weather” and “Aviation Dictionary” to its libary.
Arcadia Publishing has built a strong reputation for producing pictorial walks through history in the form of their sepia-tinged books.
The latest from Arcadia’s Images of America series is McChord Field. Released on July 22, the book boast more than “200 vintage images and memories of days gone by.”
Are you a CFI? Are you at AirVenture? If so, swing by the Gleim booth (4073) and get a 2013 Gleim FAR/AIM ($15.95 value).
Gleim is also giving away, to CFIs, access to their Flight Review Ground Training (FRGT) online course ($29.95 value). The FRGT is 3-4 hour primer for pilots who need to prepare for their Flight Review.
Famous as movie mogul, daring aviator and eccentric real estate tycoon, Howard Hughes was not well known for starting a helicopter manufacturing empire. A newly published book, “Howard’s Whirlybirds: Howard Hughes’ Amazing Pioneering Helicopter Exploits,” published by UK-based Fonthill Media, tells the little-known story of how he started and grew that enterprise.