Archive for the ‘Study and Training Aids’ Category


August 27th, 2011 No comments

Have you ever wondered what a particular sign signifies on an airport taxi way, or what the marshaller who is frantically waving at you is trying to tell you? Well this app is for you!

It provides explanations for the common signs, symbols and markings to be found around airports.  The graphics used are bright and very accurately replicate the signs being explained.  …

Cockpit Challenge – Instrument scan training aid

April 19th, 2011 1 comment

Cockpit Challenge is for pilots, student pilots, and flight instructors. Cockpit Challenge is a simple, unique training aid that will help you develop superior instrument scanning skills. Try to keep the airplane level while you deal with emergencies in the cockpit. React to the emergencies, but don’t forget to fly the airplane. You will score best if you can keep the airplane level through the stress of alerts.…

RadioNav Sim

April 7th, 2011 1 comment

Whether you are a CFI, a student pilot or a pilot, you need this app.

Radionav sim helps you understand and sharpen your radionavigation skills. It simulates two instruments of your choice:

Turn the compass card or select a radial using the iPhone’s intuitive touch interface.…

Nav Trainer

March 30th, 2011 No comments

Nav Trainer is a great tool for instrument, student pilots and flight instructors. Practice the use of aviation navigational equipment on your mobile device.

Includes VOR, HSI, RMI, ADF (Fixed card), DME and ILS simulation.

-Improve your situational awareness under IFR.

-Save time and money on your instrument and initial flight training.

-Prepare for your instrument rating or proficiency check.…

GroundSchool Canada PSTAR Written Exam

March 22nd, 2011 No comments

Ace your Transport Canada (TC) PSTAR pre-solo written test and Private Pilot and/or Recreational Pilot theory exams!

This GroundSchool – Canada Pilot PSTAR/Private Pilot/Recreational pilot app is a comprehensive learning tool to help you learn the material that you will be asked on the actual exam papers. The questions are very similar to those that you will see on your Private Pilot and/or Recreational Pilot exams, and EXACTLY like those as you will likely see on the PSTAR.…