Pilot Resources

Robinson R22
Pilot Operating Handbook

A Pilot Operating Handbook, commonly referred to as a ‘POH’, is a book containing the information required to safely operate the aircraft. The information within an AFM is also referred to a Technical Airworthiness Data (TAWD). A typical flight manual will contain the following: operating limitations, Normal/Abnormal/Emergency operating procedures, performance data and loading information.

Link to P.O.H.

VFR Sectionals

Sectional Aeronautical Charts are the primary navigational reference medium used by the VFR pilot community. The topographic information featured consists of the relief and a judicious selection of visual checkpoints used for flight under visual flight rules. The checkpoints include populated places, drainage patterns, roads, railroads, and other distinctive landmarks. SkyVector is a digital version for easier planning.

Link to Sky Vector


The Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) are rules prescribed by the Federal Aviation Administration governing all aviation activities in the United States. The FARs are part of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations. The Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) contains the basic aeronautical knowledge information required to fly in the United States National Airspace System, every year this is updated.

Link to FAR/AIM

Airport/NavAid Information

AirNav.com is a convenient website that provides invaluable airport and nav-aid information that is crucial while flight planning for trips.

Link to Air Nav

AME Locator

Search for an Aviation Medical Examiner (AME) in your area. This tool provides an up-to-date listing of AMEs, based on search criteria you select.

Link to FAA AME Locator

Aviation Weather Center

The Aviation Weather Center delivers consistent, timely and accurate weather information for the world airspace system.

Link to AWC
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