Pilot Shop

FirstFlight Pilot Shop provides a selection of good quality equipment that most student pilots will need during their training that has made available for purchase via The Aviation Shopping Network. The Aviation Shopping Network, the leader in online pilot supplies, provides FirstFlight visitors worldwide with efficient online pilot supplies ordering at reasonable prices.

David Clark H10-13.4 Headset is a lightweight well made headset from aviations most popular headset maufacturer with a great reputation for quality and reliability.

Jeppesen IFR/VFR Kneeboard is a versatile well made kneeboard that will help keep your cockpit well organized.

ASA Pilot Logbook will keep track of your training and give your instructor a little more room to write.

Jeppesen Fuel Tester will last longer than most and will work with a variety of different airplanes.

ASA E6B Flight Computers are what you need to learn navigation techniques the traditional way.

ASA Ultimate Rotating Plotter is what you need to start plotting courses for cross country training.

Jeppesen Pilot Flashlight System will help provide the additional light you need for night flight training.

A Flight Manual for the aircraft you intend to fly will be required reading.

VFR Aeronautical Charts will be needed for the area where you plan to fly.

The items listed above are known to fulfill the needs of student pilots but there are plenty of alternatives that may work equally well. When buying equipment it usually pays to buy slightly better quality than you think you need to ensure use well beyond your initial training period. The items listed are well proven and should provide good service for many hours of flight.

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It is essential you refer to the Pilots Operating Handbook/Airplane Flight Manual for the airplane you intend to fly for the procedures and checklists that currently apply to your airplane.

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