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Cirrus Avidyne Entegra (v. 3-5) Avionics Procedure Checklist


End all that confusion over trying to remember those complicated procedures!

This checklist is your in-flight reference for using the Avidyne Entegra PFD and MFD systems in the Cirrus SR-20/22. It contains easy-to-understand, button-by-button instructions for all the major features and procedures of the entire Cirrus avionics suite, including the Garmin GNS-430, audio panel and transponder. The checklist is beneficial during initial familiarization training and it continues to be a valuable reference during continued operation.

This checklist continues in the Qref tradition, providing multi-page procedures divided into tabbed sections for ease of use. Information is detailed and concise, covering everything from basic operations to tips & tricks.

The Qref printing system means tear-proof, waterproof, non-glare pages and years of use! Instead of using paper, or even a hard plastic laminated "card", the polymer material is completely weatherproof, tearproof, and non-glare, withstanding years of use.…

Cirrus Avidyne Entegra (v. 6-7) Avionics Procedure Checklist


End all that confusion over trying to remember those complicated procedures!

This checklist is your in-flight reference for using the Avidyne Entegra PFD and MFD systems in the Cirrus SR-20/22. It contains easy-to-understand, button-by-button instructions for all the major features and procedures of the entire Cirrus avionics suite, including the Garmin GNS-430, audio panel and transponder. The checklist is beneficial during initial familiarization training and it continues to be a valuable reference during continued operation.

This checklist continues in the Qref tradition, providing multi-page procedures divided into tabbed sections for ease of use. Information is detailed and concise, covering everything from basic operations to tips & tricks.

The Qref printing system means tear-proof, waterproof, non-glare pages and years of use! Instead of using paper, or even a hard plastic laminated "card", the polymer material is completely weatherproof, tearproof, and non-glare, withstanding years of use.…

Cockpit Automation

Includes Bonus DVD! Cockpit Automation provides basic instruction in the use of cockpit automation equipment now prevalent in general aviation aircraft — GPS, autopilots, and other colorful displays for weather, terrain, etc. Cockpit automation is covered as it happens in an actual flight, from preflight, taxi-out, take-off, cruise, descent and landing. Ideal for both self-study and classroom use, this book provides step-by-step, common-sense instruction that teaches you to use your panel-mounted IFR GPS computer and other modern cockpit technologies, with particular emphasis on the Garmin GNS430. The fundamental skills you need are presented using simple language and familiar examples drawn from everyday flight situations. Each chapter ends with a practice session that can be used in a simulator program or an airplane at the local flight school. Includes a bonus DVD that demonstrates each of the skills covered in the book (approximately 30 minutes). This book is the ideal prerequisite to The Pilot’s Guide to the Modern Airline Cockpit and provides hands-on experience with cockpit automation in the airplanes pilots are flying today. Softcover, illustrated, 7” x 10”, 192 pages. Supplemental Illustrations: Bendix/King KLN-89B Garmin GNS-530 …

COMM1 Clearances on Request

The perfect companion to
COMM1: IFR Radio Simulator . . .
Review your route, then choose and request your clearance in over 100 practice scenarios. Master IFR departure clearances in over 10 hours of comprehensive two-way radio training. Detailed, informative briefings from instrument training expert Russ Lawton cover what to say, when, and why. Test your newfound knowledge in realistic exchanges: Review the  Flight plan and charts, then choose and request your clearance from the Clearance Delivery Controller. Extensive practice scenarios: 100 clearances to master! Expand your knowledge of the ATC system and improve copy/readback techniques. The Basics Not simply another pretty package, COMM1: Clearances on Request is jam-packed with the information you need. Popular instrument training expert Russ Lawton has written a series of briefings on the ATC clearance system and techniques for copying and reading back IFR clearances:
Every exercise offers helpful audio feedback and examples of expert copy techniques. From Flight Plan to Clearance Elements of a Clearance Cockpit Organization Requesting the Clearance Copying the Clearance Reading Back the Clearance Practice, Practice, Practice The program offers a series of 100 practice clearances. You get a Flight plan for each exercise, complete with a planned routing. You review the route on the included NOS Low Altitude Enroute Chart and then call up the Clearance Delivery controller (or Flight Service specialist, or Ground Control, etc.) to request the clearance. Then you copy the clearance (using the techniques learned in the briefings) and read it back to the controller, just like in the cockpit. If you miss the clearance, the controller can be asked to "say again". At the conclusion of the exercise, you get a chance to review your performance and hear how an expert would have read the clearance back, as well as see the expert\'s notes.
Trace each route of Flight using the special NOS Low Altitude Enroute Charts included with COMM1: Clearances on Request. 100 clearances to choose from; practice as often as you like, at your own pace!
  Experts guide you through clearances with helpful prompts and feedback.
  Compare your repsonses to those of experts in each scenario Contents: Before You Begin IFR Clearances From Flight Plan to Clearance Elements of a Clearance Cockpit Organization Requesting the Clearance Copying the Clearance Reading Back the Clearance Exercises (100 Separate Exercises) …

COMM1 IFR Radio Simulator

.auto-style12 { style=\"width:200\"; } Save Your Money for the Real Flights Most seasoned pilots agree that talking to ATC just gets easier with practice. When you\'re taking on Instrument Flight Rules, extensive practice can be costly and make your flights less enjoyable. COMM1: IFR can save you valuable training and BFR dollars. COMM1: IFR offers a heightened interactive training experience with new and enhanced features:
  Hear "live" air traffic controllers working your aircraft and other traffic in real-time settings through all types of airspace. Over 9 hours of comprehensive radio training Realistic, rapid-fire ATC exchanges Complex IFR scenarios 76 detailed briefings 55 interactive communication exercises Over 800 colorful diagrams, aeronautical charts and approach plates Realistic Interaction Without Leaving the Ground COMM1: IFR showcases the same type of realistic pilot–ATC audio dialogue, detailed flight scenarios, and interactive simulation exercises that have been praised as the winning ingredients of COMM1: VFR Radio Simulator. "Tune" the photorealistic interactive radio stack Record and playback your own radio calls with interactive audio exercises. Operate the on-screen COM 1, COM 2, NAV 1, NAV 2, and audio panel — COMM1 radios tune and respond just like the real thing. Simulate emergency radio procedures from the safety of your desktop. Access the most widely-used aviation resources for frequencies and communication information from the Airport/Facility Directory, AOPA\'s Airport Directory and Sectional Charts. Sharpen Your Skills, for Safety\'s Sake COMM1: IFR focuses on honing and perfecting radio skills. By de-mystifying the "system" through step-by-step audio sequences and breaking down the radio calls that controllers rattle off into definable bits of information, COMM1: IFR helps pilots to become smarter and more confident in the cockpit. And that translates into safer skies for everyone. COMM1 makes radio communications "second nature" for pilots, so they can concentrate on flying the airplane. Use actual aeronautical charts, airport diagrams and other visual aids in over 55 communication exercises. Practice unusual IFR situations, such as Radar Approaches, to be better prepared for the unexpected. Hear examples of what you are expected to perform in each lesson. Get expert feedback and compare your responses with the pros. Are You Ready for the Challenge of IFR? COMM1: IFR challenges the instrument student or refresher pilot to demonstrate proper ATC phraseology and become proficient in their radio skills. Practice with detailed flight scenarios and industry-standard charts while communicating with ATC. Rich visual and audio descriptions of every type of airport, enroute and airspace environment that pilots encounter under IFR, including emergency and equipment outage situations. Interactive conversations with Clearance Delivery, Departure, Enroute, Approach, Tower and Ground controllers are among the 55 simulated exchanges. Comprehensive 9-hour syllabus follows a logical and systematic progression for instrument students learning IFR operations and the many variables that can be encountered at different stages of flight. Contents: Before You Begin Locating Frequencies IFR Resources Approach/Departure ARTCC ATIS AWOS/ASOS Clearance Delivery CTAF FSS Ground Tower Filing an IFR Flight Plan From the Ground While Airborne Before You Taxi AWOS/ASOS ATIS Radio Checks Obtaining Clearance At Non-Towered Airports At Towered Airports While Airborne Converting from VFR Unacceptable Clearances Tower-Enroute Clearances Amended Clearances Departure From Non-Towered Airports From Towered Airports DPs Enroute Hand-Offs Traffic Advisories Altitude Changes Heading Changes Position Reports Route Deviations Direct Clearances Temp. Frequency Changes Pilot Reports VFR-On-Top Change in Destination Required Reports Arrival Descent AWOS/ASOS ATIS STARs Cruise Clearances Holding Approach Approach Clearances Radar Vectors Course Reversal Visual/Contact Approaches PAR/ASR Approaches Wind Checks Missed Approaches Missed Approach Holding Practice Approaches Canceling IFR Landing Non-Towered Airports Towered Airports LAHSO When Things Go Wrong Unexpected Routing Clearance Void Time In-Flight Emergencies Minimum Fuel Lost Communications Nav Equipment Failure Diverting to an Alternate No Gyro Approach Transponder Problem …

COMM1 Multimedia Headset with Boom Microphone

Model ATC-2CVM, the official COMM1 Headset can help put you in the pilot\'s seat, no matter where you are. Compatible with any Windows systems, the adjustable headset with attached microphone allows you to transmit and receive rich audio from your computer system. Distractions are minimized and your experience is enhanced when you have the right equipment. Includes a 6-foot-long cord with clip plus volume control headset and mic on/off switch. Compatible with PC only.…

COMM1 VFR Radio Simulator

.auto-style12 { style=\"width:200\"; } You Can Master VFR Communications Don\'t let "mic fright" ruin your next flight.  Overcome that intimidation or refresh your skills with COMM1 VFR, exchanging actual dialogue with Air Traffic Controllers from the safety of your desktop. This Windows™- and Mac™-based instructional CD-ROM is the closest thing to talking on the cockpit radio that you\'ll find anywhere.
  Hear "live" air traffic controllers working your aircraft and other traffic in real-time settings through all types of airspace. Simulate ATC communications in dozens of lessons over the full range of VFR flight situations. Master AIM and FAA-approved radio phraseology. Prepare for each exercise with narrated briefings. Learn to anticipate ATC instructions and sequences in every type of airspace. Practice Makes Perfect The only way to become comfortable and proficient talking on the radio is with practice, right? COMM1 VFR has over 6 linear hours of interactive communication training — but you can practice for days and weeks on end, through all kinds of weather. By mastering radio management skills with COMM1 VFR, you\'ll always be one step ahead of the next radio call. "Tune" the photorealistic interactive radio stack Record and playback your own radio calls with interactive audio exercises. Operate the on-screen COM 1, COM 2, NAV 1, NAV 2, and audio panel — COMM1 radios tune and respond just like the real thing. Simulate emergency radio procedures from the safety of your desktop. Access the most widely-used aviation resources for frequencies and communication information from the Airport/Facility Directory, AOPA\'s Airport Directory and Sectional Charts. Airspace Avoidance Ever fly around a big chunk of airspace just to avoid talking to ATC? No more. COMM1\'s instructionally sound curriculum takes you through progressively more complex airspace so that you can feel confident in any environment. Detailed graphics depict your aircraft and aid you in each lesson. Use actual aeronautical charts, airport diagrams and other visual aids in over 70 comprehensive lessons and scenarios. Talk to ATC and other pilots as you fly through Class B, C, D and TRSA airspace. Hear examples of what you are expected to perform in each lesson. Talk the Talk If you get tongue-tied when you pick up the mic, then COMM1 will help you untie the knot. Being prepared with what to say, when, and in what order is half the battle when mastering radio communication skills. Practice selecting and saying the correct radio announcements and responses in all types of flight settings. Hearing is believing when you hone your radio skills with FAA-reviewed Comm1: VFR Radio Simulator. Learn when to transmit in the midst of "live" ATC exchanges. Receive immediate audio feedback to your recorded radio calls. Critique and compare your own radio speech with that of an expert. Practice making requests for Radar Flight-Following and Approach/ Departure Clearances. Contents: Before You Begin Aviation Speak Phonetic Alphabet Numbers & Figures Aircraft Call Signs Speech Quality Putting it All Together Locating Frequencies Resources CTAF Multicom Unicom ATIS AWOS/ASOS Tower Ground Control Approach/Departure Control ARTCC Flight Service Stations Using the Radio Tuning the Radio Using the Microphone Transmission Techniques Receiving Techniques Non-Towered Airports Radio Checks/Airport Advisory AWOS/ASOS Taxi Announcements Taking Off Back-Taxiing Pattern Announcements Clear of Runway Go-Arounds Entering on a 45 Over-Flying the Airport Plane-to-Plane Communications Towered Airports ATIS Approaching Airport in Class D Approaching Airport in Class B Approaching Airport in Class C Approaching Airport in TRSA Landing Instructions Taxi to Ramp Clearance Delivery (Class B & C) Taxi for Takeoff Progressive Taxi Takeoff Instructions Departing a Class D Airport Departing a Class B/C Airport Touch and Goes Special VFR Radar Flight-Following Requesting from ATC Hand-Offs Class B/Special Use Airspace Vector Instructions Traffic Advisories Altitude Changes Temporary Frequency Change Radar Service Termination Airspace Issues Entering Class B Airspace Entering Class C Airspace Departing from Class B or C Airspace Special Use Airspace Flight Service Stations Opening a Flight Plan Closing a Flight Plan Requesting a Frequency Position Report Miscellaneous Emergency Procedures Weather Requests Pilot Reports Air-to-Air Communications …

Communications Trainer: Say Again, Please

Following on the successful footsteps of GPS Trainer, ASA is proud to announce an addition to the interactive computer-based tutorial product line: Communications Trainer: Say, Again Please. Pilots use their computer for the interactive tutorial, and use their home, car, or computer stereo to listen to the audio review. Computer learning tools in the form of audio clips, animations, original figures and diagrams combine with the text of Bob Gardner\'s popular Say Again Please book, to teach radio communications in VFR and IFR operations and all airspace classes. Pilots will increase their comfort level when using an aircraft radio with examples of typical transmissions that explain how the air traffic control system works, presenting simulated flights that clearly demonstrate correct communication procedures. Communications Trainer: Say, Again Please is an invaluable tool for students who want to practice before their flights, those with rusty communication skills, those who rarely fly into heavy airspace, those who want to practice copying and comprehending clearances, and those who want to sound like a pro - both VFR and IFR. It is especially helpful for English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) students. Applicable to VFR and IFR operations, towered and nontowered airports, enroute flight, and emergency situations. Intuitive software is as easy to use as reading a book. Typical transmissions are supported with textual descriptions, sectional and airport diagrams, and audio clips for all airspace classes so pilots not only learn to speak aviation, but also gain a fundamental understanding of what needs to be spoken when, where, and to whom. Turn-key details take pilots from a preflight briefing and filing a flight plan to ground, to enroute, and terminal operations, including in-flight weather requests and pilot reports. Interactive exercises integrate with the tutorial for practice of each scenario. Understand how ATC works and learn what to say, what to expect to hear, and how to interpret clearances and instructions. Extensive reference library include FAA documents, websites to live ATC, and glossary. Tutorial runs on both PC and Macintosh (classic OS) systems Listen in your car, home, or computer CD player as the narrator takes you through a comprehensive Audio Review consisting of standard dialogs with a full cast of characters: pilots, ATIS, Ground, Clearance Delivery, Tower, Approach, Departure, Center, AFSS, and UNICOM controllers in all airspace classes, VFR and IFR operations, and emergency situations. Discover more about our flight training materials here!…

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