Communicating effectively with ATC means expressing our needs to them and anticipating what they need from us. But not all the recommended procedures for working with ATC are spelled out in regulations. Take this quiz and see how well you and ATC would work together.
This course qualifies for the AOPA Accident Forgiveness credit
The Pilot/Controller Glossary was developed to help promote a common understanding of the terms used in the Air Traffic Control system. Are you and ATC on the same page? Find out by taking this quiz.
From stubborn engines to slick runways and icy clouds, the coming of winter brings plenty of ways to get in trouble. Are you prepared?
Whether in the air or on the ground, collision avoidance is one of a pilot's most basic responsibilities.
Weather radar is the most commonly used datalink weather product and although it seems simple, there are a few things you should know about datalink radar to use it well. Take this quiz to get up to speed.
In the age of Google, we're still using coded weather that dates to the teletype era. However, pilots still need to be able to decode this ancient form of communication.
In-Flight electrical fires are relatively rare, but they can be disastrous. Learn how to minimize the risk with this ASI Safety Quiz.
Knowing and practicing procedures can mean the difference between surviving a mishap and becoming a statistic.
Reading the FAR/AIM cover-to-cover might be overkill, but a little refresher on the regs never hurt anyone. Take this ASI Safety Quiz to get started.
Whether you're new to flying or need a refresher, be sure you're getting the most form your Flight Service briefings.
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