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This is an entirely new way to learn airspace. Our online course covers everything you need to know about the National Airspace System, including Class A-G airspace, Special Use Airspace, and Other Airspace in an incredible, interactive way. It's the best way to prepare for your checkride, flight review, or to keep your flying skills sharp.
This course works on your computer, and your tablet and phone (Andriod and iPhone). And if you have an iPhone or iPad, you can use the free iOS app too!
No internet connection? No problem. The course travels with you, working online and offline. Best of all, you can learn in short segments or cover entire sections - helping you fit your training into your schedule, whether you have 2 minutes or 2 hours to learn.
Awesome interactive graphics illustrate each section of the map, highlighting information as you go. Practice sessions allow you to quickly use what you learn, and are optimized to help you learn quickly, no matter how much time you have.
Our intelligent airspace engine asks you questions just like your examiner for flight instructor will. Plus, end-of-chapter tests make sure you fully understand airspace, and make sure you're ready for your checkride or flight review.
The course breaks down airspace into easy-to-understand sections on:
A final test makes sure you're ready to go, whether it's for your private pilot checkride, flight review, or simply helping you keep up-to-speed on airspace.
While the course breaks practice sessions into small increments as you learn, the Bonus Quiz App groups practice questions into major groups. You can quickly review questions covering broad topics - helping you practice for a checkride or keep your skills sharp.
Best of all, you can practice whenever you have time. Even if you only have five minutes, you can answer a few questions and pick back up later.
The Bonus Quiz App includes sections on:
This 15 minute video simulates part of a private pilot checkride oral, covering the questions your examiner will ask about the National Airspace System. In the video, we walk through a planned cross-country from Paine Field north of Seattle, Washington to Portland-Troutdale, Oregon. You'll hear the examiner ask questions on the various types of airspace along the route, including ceilings and floors, weather minimums, ATC requirements and operating restrictions. It's a great way to learn what kinds of questions your examiner will ask on the National Airspace System.
These courses are designed to work on your computer, tablet and phone. You can use them on as many devices as you want, including Andriod phones and iPhones. As you train, your progress automatically saves to the cloud. If you switch to a different computer or device, you'll pick up right from where you left off. How cool is that?
You can also use the courses online and off, and you can add the courses and apps to your home screen on your iPhone, iPad, Android Device or Windows Phone for fast access.
The courses will work on: