Category Archives: Editor’s Picks

Editor’s Picks for the 2017 Holiday Season

2017 was a big year for us at ASA. We’ve been busy, releasing new editions of all three Pilot’s Manual textbooks (Flight School, Ground School, and Instrument Flying), William Kershner’s The Student Pilot’s Flight Manual, Bob Gardner’s The Complete Private Pilot, our Oral Exam Guide titles (Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine, CFI, and Aircraft Dispatcher), Dale Crane’s Dictionary […]

Introducing the New CX-3 Flight Computer

Today on the Learn to Fly Blog, we’d like to share some information on ASA’s next generation CX-3 Flight Computer, available this November. The CX-3 is an excellent companion in the cockpit, on the tarmac, or the ground school classroom, whether you need to make a rate of descent calculation or plan a flight. You […]

Editor’s Picks: Last-minute gifts for the pilots on your list!

Time’s almost up, but ASA has you covered! Here are three books for the pilot in your life! Be sure to check out our list from earlier this month and all of our editor’s picks as well. The Basic Aerobatic Manual by William K. Kershner William K. Kershner started his solo aerobatic career in a Stearman […]

Editor’s Picks: Books for Every Aviator on Your List

ASA has an expanding library of aviation titles for everyone in the industry, whether you’re a student pilot, mechanic, instructor, or flying for a major airline. Here are three to consider this season: For the student pilot… Dictionary of Aeronautical Terms Fifth Edition, by Dale Crane The aviation industry has a language all its own, […]

Editor’s Picks: Summer Reading

Looking to up your skills or just relax with a book at your campsite at EAA AirVenture? Today we’ll share a few summer reading suggestions for the aviator. And speaking of AirVenture, be sure to come visit us this week in Hangar B, Aisle D! Logging Flight Time by William K. Kershner A fantastic collection of […]

Editor’s Picks: Greg Brown

Today I’d like to highlight three books from author, pilot educator, and photographer Greg Brown. Greg has been flying since 1972 and writes the Flying Carpet column in AOPA Flight Training magazine and maintains the popular Facebook group Greg Brown’s Student Pilot Pep Talk. You can find more of Greg’s work including his aerial photography on […]

Editor’s Picks: Stocking Stuffers

Need a stocking stuffer or a last minute gift idea for that pilot in your life? We’ve got you covered! These are some of our favorite things: Flight Notes This set of 3, 48-page notebooks is the perfect pocket reference for any pilot. Each notebook contains quick reference aviation facts including lists, tables, and graphs […]

Editor’s Picks: Holiday Favorites

Today I’d like to recommend three great holiday gifts for pilot’s. Along with covering everything an aviation professional or aspiring aviator needs for their advancement, ASA has a large aviator’s library of books by pilots for pilots ranging from history, to best practices, to personal accounts. Making Perfect Takeoffs & Landings  by Ron Fowler Making Perfect […]

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