02-13-2009, 09:58 AM #1
- Join Date
- Jan 2009
- Overpelt, Belgium
Some Flashcards to use in your cockpit
I found three sets of flashcards on the AOPA website (http://www.aopa.org) that might be of interest for some of you pilots. Easy to print and to keep in your cockpit as a reminder.
- Runway Safety Flash Cards: The Runway Safety Flash Cards help pilots better understand runway signage and markings. The front of each card displays an airport sign or pavement marking, while the back provides a description and information on the required pilot action.
- Airspace Flash Cards: The Airspace Flash Cards help pilots keep the different types of airspace straight. Each card include a color depiction of the airspace, a description of its characteristics, and a discussion question.
- Aircraft Flash Cards: The Aircraft Flash Cards are designed to help new, seasoned, and transitioning pilots gain knowledge of aircraft speeds, profiles, systems, and emergency procedures. Each card includes a subject area on the front, and fill-in-the-blank spaces and a helpful tip on the back.
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