Just published is “Notes on the Tailwheel Checkout and an Introduction to Ski Flying,” which covers the basics for both the tailwheel and ski plane ratings.
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.
ASA’s Pilot’s Manual Series is now available on iBooks. This series, which provides coverage of the practical aspects of flying, has been edited by a team of airline, military, and professional pilots, flight instructors, university professors, FAA representatives, meteorologists, members of the AOPA Air Safety Foundation, and designated examiners.
ASA’s new “Pilot” T-shirt combines a bright, bold eye-catching font-with-propeller design, and a splash of color to deliver that simple message in sleek and casual style.
Now available is the updated Practical Test Standards For Airline Transport Pilot and Type Rating.
Despite the deadline to apply for a Women in Aviation International scholarship having come and gone, two new scholarships are now available for 2012. These new scholarships bring the total to 73 individual scholarships valued at $520,900 to be awarded to WAI members.
The new FAA Advanced Avionics Handbook provides general aviation users with comprehensive information on the advanced avionics equipment available in technically advanced aircraft (TAA).
A new course from ASA helps pilots transitioning from conventional “round dials” to the Technically Advanced Aircraft (TAA) glass cockpit environment.
Inspection Authorization (IA) candidates now have newly updated tools to help them prepare for and pass the FAA IA Knowledge Exam.
The AMT Graphics CD has been updated with full-color images to help educators provide maintenance students with the best learning experience.
AMT Graphics-Textbook Images is a CD-ROM of Microsoft PowerPoint slides that includes all of the figures, tables and charts found throughout ASA’s AMT textbooks by Dale Crane. More than 2,000 slides are included, illustrating the entire span of Aviation Maintenance Technician FAA knowledge requirement subjects. The slides are categorized and labeled to make them easy to identify for the chapter and subject instructors want to use, according to ASA officials.
This comprehensive CD-ROM is sold separately but is also included with the AMT Series: Curriculum Guide.
The Aviation Maintenance Technician Series: Curriculum Guide, by Dale Crane, provides A&P instructors and educators course outlines, graphics, color transparencies, and tests. The Curriculum Guide also comes with the AMT Prepware CD so that instructors can use the “Quizmaker” utility to generate all types of exams, pop quizzes and master answer keys using actual FAA questions.
Price: $79.95. AMT Series Curriculum Guide is $199.95.
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