ASA Student Helicopter Pilot Flight Training Kit

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ASA Student Helicopter Pilot Flight Training Kit.

ASA student pilot kits provide the books and supplies a student pilot needs to complete training at an exceptional value. This Helicopter Kit ensures FAA regulatory requirements are met, and is the perfect training solution for instructors and students. Along with a handsome ASA Pilot Briefcase, Principles of Helicopter Flight by Wal Wagtendonk and the FAA's Helicopter Flying Handbook are included as the primary textbooks for the kit. The top-selling ASA FAR/AIM and Private Pilot Test Prep books are also included to assist in preparing for the FAA Knowledge Exam. The Practical Test Standards, Private Oral Exam Guide, and Helicopter Oral Exam Guide help take students through their Oral and Practical exams ensuring a successful checkride. Also in this briefcase is a fiberboard E6-B flight computer and Ultimate Rotating Plotter for flight planning, and a Standard Pilot Logbook for keeping track of flight time.

ASA student kits bring pilot training to a new level, providing one-stop-shopping for the student and instructor. Personalized student kits for schools are always available through ASA’s Personalized Aviation Custom Kits (PACKs) program. ASA is happy to work with schools to develop customized kits to meet their specific training needs.

To learn more about any of the products included in the kit, or to order any product individually, use the links below.

The ASA Helicopter Kit includes:

    ASA Pilot Briefcase
    Principles of Helicopter Flight by Wal Wagtendonk
    Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge
    Private Pilot Test Prep
    Helicopter Flying Handbook
    Principles of Helicopter Flight Syllabus, eBook
    Private Oral Exam Guide by Michael Hayes
    Helicopter Oral Exam Guide by Ryan Dale
    Practical Test Standards for Private Pilot Rotorcraft (Helicopter)
    Fiberboard E6-B flight computer
    Ultimate Rotating Plotter
    Standard Pilot Logbook
    Student Pilot Guide