The classic 5” square protractor, designed by AFE for maximum accuracy and ease of use. Features include alignment grid, cardinal points, directions in degrees and North reference, reciprocal directions in blue and a centre circle (5nm radius at 1:500,000 scale) for safety altitude calculations. Cut from thick Perspex and with a bevelled edge for ease of marking, this AFE product is manufactured to the highest standards to last a lifetime of flying.
The standard aeronautical scale rule used world-wide, cut from thick Perspex with bevelled edges. The outer edges are marked with nautical miles in 1:500,000 & 1:250,000 scales, on the centre line statute miles and kilometres are marked in 1:500,000 scale. The scale is 10nm wide (in 1:500,000 scale) to aid safety altitude calculations.
ASA's new electronic flight computer is a price/performance breakthrough, resulting from advances in display and microcomputer technologies. Aviators can calculate true airspeed, ground speed, mach number, altitudes, fuel, headings and courses, time/speed/distance, winds, headwind/crosswind components, gliding information, and weight and balance.
Continuing the tradition of the original, successful CX-1a, the CX-3 is the easiest to use, most versatile and useful aviation calculator available, with many outstanding features:
Authorized for use on FAA Exams.
34 functions provides access to 40 aviation calculations, including weight and balance.
16 unit conversion functions.
Prompts guide users through each problem for fast and easy operation.
Calculator and conversion functions can be used alone or within any aviation function.
Large, easy-to-read screen.
Menu structure provides easy entry, review, and editing within each function - users can change variables and rec..
A companion product to ASA's E6-B, this slide picks up where the traditional metal flight computer leaves off, providing calculations for the high-speed realm of flight (in the range of 220-700 knots or miles per hour). Pilots simply replace their current slide with this one, which then continues to use the circular computer from traditional E6-Bs. The slide also includes a compressibility correction chart, ICAO Standard Atmosphere reference table, a worldwide time conversion table, speed limits for the United States, and the most frequently-used weight and balance formulas — all of the pertinent formulas and information required for high-altitude, high-speed operations. Meets both FAR and JAR (international) requirements.
Constructed of sturdy clear plastic with easy-to-read numbers and scales. It includes WAC, Sectional, and Terminal Area scales, and is checked and approved by the Weights and Measures Department. Quick scale reference is provided for both statute and nautical miles.
Designed by pilots for pilots, the ASA Fight Timer is a unique chronometer that fills a gap in the instruction and pilot aid category. Ergonomically designed and engineered for reliability, ease and convenience, the ASA Flight Timer should be considered essential equipment for all aviators.
The ASA Flight Timer has been created with pilot functionality in mind, featuring:
Large, easily readable LCD backlight display
Multi-function clock (AM/PM, Universal Coordinated "Zulu" time, and military time options)
Three simultaneous timer options
Exclusive digital notepad for squawk codes or frequencies
Approach timer allows pilots to store up to 12 different approach times
Audible and visual alarm modes
Stopwatch with 1/10th and 1/100th second digits
Intuitive push and rotate dial for quickly and easily setting times
Multiple mounting options
Pilots will be able to accurately calculate time to the next waypoint, fuel tank changes, turns in holding or ..
You are flying a heading of 055 when you are issued this clearance: "...hold east of the ABC VORTAC on the zero niner zero radial, left turns..."
Such a clearance is enough to induce a rapid heartbeat in the most experienced pilot. Although holding patterns may be used on any instrument flight, holding clearances are issued infrequently enough that pilots can get a little rusty on the procedures. Visualizing a holding pattern from your current position is one of the more challenging aspects of instrument flight.
ASA's new design for the Holding Pattern Computer not only displays the appropriate entry procedure given the assigned holding radial for both standard and nonstandard patterns (direct, parallel, or teardrop), but it also depicts how pilots get to this entry, given their current aircraft heading.
Holding pattern practice is now part of the instrument currency requirements (every 6 months, instrument-rated pilots must execute 6 instrument approaches and practice interce..
Convenient. Lightweight. Comfortable. It's the most innovative view-limiting device ever!
All pilots must practice instrument procedures as part of their training curriculum, from private pilots to those working towards an instrument rating. This is usually accomplished by wearing a view-limiting device to restrict the pilot’s vision to the instrument panel, which prevents the pilot from looking outside the cockpit for a visual reference to his or her attitude and location.
The Hoodwink is unlike any other view-limiting device available.Its unique design easily and automatically springs open when removed from its pouch and packs away for storage with just a simple twist. Hoodwink is lightweight, yet durable enough to withstand the rigors of daily use. In fact, it’s so lightweight that pilots may forget they’re wearing it! The compact 4"x4" slim pouch is small enough to fit in a shirt pocket or in almost any flight bag compartment. Hoodwink can be use..
ASA's instrument plotter features: 12 scales to accommodate all instrument charts, including a conversion scale for Nautical and Statute miles; holding patterns depicted for both Standard and Nonstandard entries; compass roses allowing quick course and bearing information; and professional layout enabling easy reading during enroute spot checks. Made of durable Lexan® resin so plotter won't warp or break in extreme temperatures — guaranteed! Lifetime warranty.
IFR Instrument plotter includes all current IFR chart scales, and features:
12 scales to accommodate both FAA NACO (NOS) and Jeppesen instrument charts (see below)
Conversion scale for nautical and statute miles
Holding patterns depicted for both standard and nonstandard entries
Compass roses allow quick course and bearing information
Professional layout enabling easy reading during enroute spot checks
Made of durable Lexan® resin so plotter won't warp or break in extreme temperatures
Guaranteed — Lifetime wa..
Durable Lexan resin won't melt, warp or break in extreme temperatures - guaranteed! Each plotter features 8 scales to meet the needs of all VFR aeronautical charts - nautical on one side, statute on the flip. Nautical-Statute conversion scale also included. Made in the USA.
Ultimate Rotating Plotter. 13-1/4" long. Rotating azimuth eases flight planning with direct readout of course
The best slide-rule-style flight computer on the market, with solid aluminum construction and easy-to-read lettering. ASA's E6-B features a wind component grid and comprehensive crosswind correction chart, and on the other side the slide computes time, speed, distance, altitude, true airspeed, and density altitude problems as well as conversions. Nautical and statute scales are included. Vinyl case and instruction booklet included.
This pocket-sized, Brushed aluminum E6-B is a full function aviation computer. Popular among military pilots, it features a high-speed and low-speed wind correction slide, high-speed compressibility table, and instruction manual. Micro E6-B performs all the standard manual flight computer functions, and it conveniently fits in a shtirt pocket or glove box. 6" x 3-1/2".
The lightweight, simple and effective view-limiting device for simulating instrument conditions in the cockpit environment.
Overcasters™ are lightweight, clip-on visors that attach to any prescription eyeglass or sunglass frame in seconds. When flipped up they instantly provide for the perfect instrument-to-visual transition, and when flipped down create a near perfect "simulated instrument" condition.
Overcasters™ clip into any Airport/Facility Directory, Flight Guide™ or approach binder for easy storage, and can be attached for use in seconds. Their dark plastic lenses make "cheating" difficult in the cockpit, and are manufactured for flexibility and durability. And perhaps best of all, Overcasters™ are widely accepted by FAA examiners for use in practical tests and checkrides.
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