American Airman - Long Island Flying
    Student Pilot Tools...


Get Familiar with Your Airplane - CESSNA 172:
C172N Checklist - C172N Traffic Pattern - C172N Pilot's Operation Handbook (1.56MB)
How to do a Pre-flight Inspection - Cessna 172 - This will help you remember how to perform a thorough pre-flight check.
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The Instrument Panel - Become familiar with your instrument panel as soon as you can. The quicker you can find the information inside the plane that you need, the easier it will be to control the aircraft!
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Radio Stack Guide - A visual depiction and explanation of the radios. Be sure to use this in conjunction with your VFR Communications Manual.
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Student Pilots - Develop your Situational Awareness:
   Islip Airport Diagram (pdf 133 kb) - Know your local airport runway's and taxiways!
   Traffic Pattern Entries - This tool will help new pilots visualize how to enter the traffic pattern at various airports.
   www.liveatc.net - List live to Air Traffic Control on your computer, tablet or phone! You may even hear your instructor!



Navigation and Flight Planning Tools:
   American Airman Navigation Log (pdf 19 kb)
   Weather Aviation Digital Data Service (ADDS) -
   Local Area TAFs
   Local Area Radar
   Local Area NEXRAD Radar
   Weather.com - 10-day forecast for central Long Island
   AirNav.com - Airport Information, Fuel Prices, IFR Approach Plates, etc.
   TFRs - Check for Temporary Flight Restrictions
   (d-CS) online - The A/FD (old green book) is now called Digital - Chart Supplement (d-CS)



Get Familiar with Your Airplane - ALARUS CH2000 (CH2T):
   Alarus Checklist   -   Alarus Traffic Pattern  -  Alarus Pilot's Operating Handbook (pdf 2.3 mb)
   How to do a Pre-flight Inspection - Alarus - This will help you remember how to perform a thorough pre-flight check.
   The Instrument Panel - Become familiar with your instrument panel as soon as you can.
   Radio Stack Guide - A visual depiction and explanation of the radios.
 


Other Pilot Tools:
The following student pilot tools available FREE only to enrolled students.
Please call your flight instructor, or the office line on 631-807-1373, and we will email you the files right away!

    -  VFR Communications Manual - How to manage radio communications

    -  Private Pilot Syllabus - Flight Lessons to keep your training focused and on track

    -  Pre-solo Written - Important subjects to understand prior to your first solo

    -  Maneuvers Manual - A step-by-step guide of procedures & descriptions to help you ace your check ride


FAA Books:
   Airplane Flying Handbook - FAA-H-8083-3a - Aug. 16, 2005
   Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge - FAA-H-8083-25a - Sept. 2, 2009



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Or, feel free to call me, if you have any questions.

   David
   Chief Pilot
   American Airman, Inc. - Long Island Flying
   Phone: 631-807-1373