Use your iPad for aircraft transition & avionics training
Sporty’s Pilot Shop last week released a new series of aviation training apps made specifically for iPhone and iPad. These apps are designed to help pilots transition to new aircraft types and avionics, and make use of engaging video training lessons, review quizzes, and FAA training manuals. The video lessons are broken down into individual segments, and make use of extensive in-flight video and 3D animations to help make the training both engaging and fun. After completing the video lessons, a review quiz is available to test your knowledge of the subject matter. And each app also includes the supporting digital FAA handbook (e.g. Helicopter Flying Handbook). All Sporty’s training apps are universal, meaning they’re optimized for both iPhone and iPad.
Aircraft Transition Apps
- So You Want to Fly Helicopters
- So You Want to Fly Twins
- So You Want to Fly Gliders
- So You Want to Fly Seaplanes
Avionics Training Apps
To learn more about all Sporty’s apps, visit Sporty’s App Center.
Ummm, when I click on “You Want To Fly (type of aircraft), the site reports “BAD REQUEST”. The link isn’t established?
Kayak Jack, I just checked the links again and they all seem to be working properly. Are they all returning bad requests for you?
Thanks, Brett. All of the render “Bad Request” except “Garmin releases GTN …”
Something’s goofy, ehh?
By the way, Bret, thanks for the series on iPads. I’ve learned something new and useful every time so far. Keep up the good work.
Buy an ipad and learn to fly how exciting.
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