ASA student pilot kits provide the books and supplies a student pilot needs to complete training at an exceptional value. The Part 61 student kit ensures that FAA regulatory requirements are met, and are the perfect training solution for both instructors and students.
For students taking flight training courses at a smaller flight school or through a freelance instructor, this Part 61 Student Kit includes everything they’ll need, packaged in the ASA Pilot Briefcase. The Complete Private Pilot by Bob Gardner is the primary textbook for this kit, and 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 Airman Certification Standards, Private Pilot Oral Exam Guide, and High-Wing Aircraft Visualized Flight Maneuvers Manual help take students through their Oral and Practical exams. Also in this briefcase is a fiberboard E6-B flight computer, Ultimate Rotating Plotter, two complimentary flight planning sheets 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, and will work with schools to develop customized kits to meet their specific training needs.
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