Adventure Pilot has released iFly GPS version 10.0 for all iFly devices, Android, iOS, and Windows.
iFly GPS for Windows is a free download, available for everyone wanting to take advantage of iFly’s interface for flight planning, aviation weather, navigation, and more, company officials said. The program can be downloaded at www.iFlyGPS.com/Windows. [Read more…]
The newest addition to Sporty’s Flight Gear HP family is a portfolio bag, which can be used for everyday training or for a day in the office.
Built for the pilot on the go, the Approach Bag has space for all the essentials without a massive footprint, according to Sporty’s officials. [Read more…]
Effective June 12, 2017, these new standards will cancel the previous editions of the Private Pilot (FAA-S-ACS-6), Instrument Rating (FAA-S-ACS-8), and Commercial Pilot Practical Test Standards (FAA-S-8081-12C). [Read more…]
While many pilots are excited to fly under BasicMed, the new rules require pilots to understand new requirements that are often seen as complex.
That led Pilot Partner to add support for BasicMed in its FAA Medical Wizard questionnaire. The electronic logbook app already supports first, second and third class medical requirements, as well as relevant checklists, visual currency indicators, alerts, and document storage. [Read more…]
WASILLA, Alaska – Airforms has obtained EASA STC approval for a procedure that provides repairs to worn Nose Gear Torque Links and Nose Gear Shock Struts, and replacement of their attaching parts with FAA PMA approved oversize components. [Read more…]
The seventh edition of “The Pilot’s Manual: Instrument Flying” has been updated to reflect current rules and procedures, as well as the Airman Certification Standards.
This textbook provides everything an instrument student needs to know to safely fly under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) and in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC), according to officials with ASA. [Read more…]