Sporty’s E6B, Flight Review and Study Buddy apps have just been overhauled.
Swiss watch company Breitling is celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) with the release of a special limited edition timepiece, a scholarship program aimed at expanding the aviation community, and special events focused on sharing the passion of aviation with people across the USA throughout the year.
Any mechanic knows that working in confined spaces can be challenging. That’s why Snap-on Industrial introduced its new 3/8” Drive Short Handle Flex Ratchet.
“Notes on Flying VFR” has just been published by University Aviation Press.
Aviation Tutorials Company has licensed its three pilot-training iPad apps to Sporty’s. The three apps focus on critical piloting skills, with these titles: Mastering Stick And Rudder Flying; Getting Around On The Ground; and Airborne Radar.
Sporty’s 30-year tradition of offering crystal Christmas ornament continues this year, with the 2014 ornament featuring a Beaver on floats.
The library of free aviation publications available in the ASA Reader app has been updated to include new documents from industry organizations, including the FAA, AOPA, LightHawk, and the Aircraft Electronics Association.
“The following items are welcome additions to the existing free resources,” company officials said.
“Science and Flight” by Dr. Scott Ekern was recently published by University Aviation Press.
According to the publisher, the book introduces the basic scientific principles that are not always visible to the eye, but which are essential for flight to be possible. Concepts and ideas ranging from those that are hundreds of years old, to theories still being researched today, are explored and explained in plain language.
Hartzell Engine Technologies has received FAA Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) for is new 202F series fuel pumps.
“We designed, developed and certified our new 202F series fuel pumps to fill a need in the market. The original Crane/Lear Romec RG9570 pumps required for certain Lycoming engines are no longer in production,” Mike Disbrow, president of Hartzell Engine Technologies (HET) said. “Now owners of these engines have a new alternative.”