This elongated 3-panel kneeboard accommodates aeronautical charts without additional folding. The center section of the 3-panel cordura-like jacket holds the included brushed aluminum kneeboard in place, while the two side pockets offer storage for charts, notes, a flight computer, pencil, pen and more.
Quick VFR reference information is tooled into the brushed aluminum kneeboard offering resources for weather and flight planning, VFR ceilings, visibility, cloud clearance, cruising altitudes, pilot weather reports, light gun signals, a crosswind component graph, and more. A wide, sturdy clip on the kneeboard holds papers on place. The left inside panel of the jacket has two pockets for flight plans and notes, as well as elastic straps for holding a flight computer or other flight accessory. The right hand panel has a see-through pocket for easy chart viewing and storage. The hook-and-loop fasteners on the elastic leg band allow the kneeboard to adjust to a variety of leg sizes.
Closed Dims: 10-1/4" Length x 6-1/2" Width
Open Dims:10-1/4" Length x 21" Width
Note: Includes metal clipboard shown in center of the photo. Does not include E6B Flight Computer or charts in the right and left pockets.
Needed a knee board to get through the CPL flight test. Perfect length for the VNC, Aviation Document Booklet and flight calculator all fit...and I can always find my pen/pencil. Its pretty durable feeling material, so I expect it will last through the Instructor Rating as well.
ASA LONG TRI-FOLD KNEEBOARD +
The product was exactly what I needed and I got this product in a reasonable amount of time.
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