Tue, Feb 18, 2003
"E-Viator's Bible" is a comprehensive aviation
reference including more than 3,000 pages of information
conveniently stored and displayed on a personal digital assistant
(PDA). Invaluable for student pilots and experienced commercial
pilots alike. the E-Viator's Bible will help you study for written
tests, prepare for flight reviews and checkrides as well as help
answer critical everyday questions.
Topics covered include airspace, biennial flight reviews,
weather, IFR operations, aircraft inspections and also includes
some basic aircraft checklists. Important forms like flight plans,
NASA reports and NTSB accident reports are also included.
The E-Viator's Bible replaces all of these
publications: FAR Part 61, FAR Part 91, NTSB 830 Accident
Reporting, Full Pilot-Controller Glossary, Full text of AC 6165D
for Flight Instructors, Checklists for popular aircraft, Flight
Plan format, NASA Aviation Safety Reporting, Phonetic alphabet and
Morse code, Airspace definitions and a Weather Services
Available as a download only at www.sportys.com/eviator,
the E-Viator's Bible is available for $29.95 and requires a
Mobipocket Reader (available free online) and 800K of RAM on a PDA.
It is compatible with most operating systems including Palm OS,
Pocket PC, Windows CE, Symbian OS, Franklin and Nokia PDAs.
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