Professional portfolio offers flexibility and protection in the air and on the ground.
Fits iPad Air and iPad Air 2.
Versatile cover for your iPad that’s functional both inside the cockpit and out.
Fits iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3, and iPad Air. Does not fit iPad mini
Versatile kneeboard portfolio for your iPad mini that’s functional both inside the cockpit and out.
Fits iPad mini and iPad mini with Retina display.
While proper fueling of an aircraft is important to any flight operation, so is proper fueling of the pilot-in-command (PIC). Long before the preflight begins, a PIC must prepare both mentally and physically to ensure fitness for flight. ASA recommends starting the process by filling the Auxiliary Tank with coffee, tea, or your favorite hot or cold beverage to help start the day and prepare for a safe journey.
This double-wall insulated ceramic cup is emblazoned on one side with the same sleek “Standard” logo found on ASA logbooks for decades. On the opposite side is a convenient list of checkboxes for proper beverage labeling.
The Auxiliary Tank will keep up to 16 ounces of hot drinks hot or cold drinks cold. The silicone spill-proof lid seals in place to help insulate and prevent the contents from escaping, and the cup and lid are both microwave and dishwasher safe.
Written for both private and commercial flight test prospects, Flight Test Notes takes you step-by-step through the flight test exercises and questions that you’ll face during your actual flight test. Written by an ATP licence holder and certified instructor, Flight Test Notes includes material on the ground briefing, and covers all areas from the pre-flight inspection through to take-offs, climbs, turns, circuits, stalls, forced approaches, landings, and everything else your examiner will want to see you perform. Its format is intentionally designed to be a quick, easy and thorough reference to prepare you for the flight examination. A first-rate and very thorough preparation source.
Understanding weather is critical for every pilot. Aviation and Meteorology: Weather Fundamentals provides pilots with the fundamental meteorology knowledge required for flight. Written by pilots from the pilot’s perspective in an easy-to-read format, the book has hundreds of diagrams illustrating the concepts and information. The book is divided into two sections: Meteorology Theory and Meteorology Practical. The theoretical section discusses in detail the environment that pilots operate in; in other words, the atmosphere. This includes such topics as fog, clouds, precipitation, and thunderstorms. The practical section details how this information is communicated to pilots through such tools as Aviation Routine Weather Reports (METAR) and Graphical Area Forecasts (GFAs). Each section is broken into chapters and sub-chapters for clarity, as well as to allow one to easily research a particular subject. We are sure you this will be an invaluable resource. Includes the latest Transport Canada Updates.
The book is 219 pages plus glossary.
First edition 2015
A fascinating sector is emerging in the world of aviation. Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are re-defining aerial activities, and broadening the definition of what it means to be a pilot.Unmanned: Textbook for UAS Studies, shares that emerging world with its readers.
Subjects in Unmanned include: Evolution of UAS, Regulations & Authorities, UAS Classification, Command & Control, Situational Awareness, Types of UAS Operations, Payloads, Special Flight Operating Certificates, and Rotary Wing UAS.
Based on its parent publication, the award-winning From the Ground Up from which it shares content, Unmanned also delves into subjects that UAS operators must know in order to fly the systems that are their responsibility. These subjects include: Theory of Flight, Aerodromes & Airspace, Aviation Weather, Air Navigation, and Radio. Unmanned concludes with a comprehensive list of explanations, spanning several pages, of International Abbreviations & Terminology used in the UAS field.
The dawn of this new sector in the aviation world is here. Aviation Publishers Co. Ltd. presents this title, a first-of-its-kind in the world, to educate those who will fly these fascinating technologically-advanced aerial machines, for commercial applications. Large and small, heavy and light, the UAS is an amazing new breed of aircraft. Its world is broad, and its pace of development is rapid. Unmanned leads the way in tackling the subjects necessary to understand this emerging sector.
A complete guide to making the transition from single to multi-engine aeroplanes. Understand the more complex systems and appreciate the performance leap and limitations.