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Helicopter Flight Training Regulations

SFAR 73 R22 training requirements
SFAR 73 R44 training requirements.
SFAR 73 versus FAR 61 Flight Review
Private Pilot Rating training requirements.
Private Pilot Rating Add-On requirements.
Commercial Pilot Rating training requirements.
Commercial Pilot Rating Add-On requirements.
Instrument Pilot Rating requirements.
Instructor Pilot Rating requirements.
Government Code of Federal Regulations search engine.
FAA Advisory Circulars search engine.
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Weight & Balance Worksheets

Schweizer 300CB N2032S Instrument Trainer.

Helicopter Check List Worksheets

Schweizer 300CB check list.
Schweizer 300CBi check list (coming soon)
Schweizer 300CBi Garmin 250XL Manual (913kb)
Robinson R44 Garmin GNS430 Manual (very large 3,676kb)
Robinson R44 Garmin GNS430 Quick Reference Guide (774kb)

Irate Caller Noise Complaint

One inconsiderate pilot can ruin it for all of us. Please, fly friendly.
(By the way, this is not our helicopter!) Noise Complaint Audio

Helicopter Crash Video

I’ve been asked the question, “Do I really need to get flight instruction in my helicopter?”
Take a look at this amateur video. Yep, he ate the big one (and walked away)!

Weather Sites

Faribault Municipal Airport METAR
Flying Cloud Airport METAR

Aviation Weather Weather, NOTAMS, METARS, TAF and much more
AccuWeather Hourly Forecasts for Cloud Cover, Winds, Precip
The Weather Channel
Weather Net

faaCheck for Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs) BEFORE You Fly!

Did you see the news report regarding the private pilot that flew his Cessna 150 into the ADIZ in Wahsington, DC? He is facing emergency revocation of his pilot certificate. Read the AOPA provided information regarding FAA enforcement. Discuss it with fellow pilots. Stay informed. Just go to the AOPA web site via the icon at the bottom of the page.

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