View the TAA resources below, where you'll find links to articles from both AOPA Pilot and AOPA Flight Training magazines, as well as links to manufacturers of TAA aircraft and avionics. Once you learn what's available, move on to learn how to train in a TAA, and read TAA accident reports from the AOPA Air Safety Foundation Accident Database.
Get started by reading articles from AOPA Pilot and AOPA Flight Training magazines about both new and legacy TAA aircraft. Also included are links to TAA manufacturers.
- Tiger Aircraft AG-5B Tiger, Smooth as Glass
- Prime Meridian
- Mooney Gets Glass
- G35 Bonanza: Gimme a G
- Cirrus Design SR22 Turbo, Fly Higher and Faster
- Cirrus SR22, Clear Vision
- Lancair Columbia 400, Uncompromised Performance
- Cessna Aircraft Company
- Mooney Airplane Company
- Diamond Aircraft
- New Piper Aircraft
- Hawker Beechcraft
- Cirrus Design
Here are some great articles about different cockpit displays from AOPA Pilot and AOPA Flight Training magazines as well as links to the various avionics manufacturers.
- Chelton's Flight Logic Synthetic Vision
- Going the WAAS Way
- Aspen Avionics AT3000
- Avidyne FlightMax EX500
Training to fly a TAA is challenging, but not impossible.
Use these online resources to learn from the mistakes of others, and in turn, become a better pilot.
General aviation accident data
Glass-cockpit TAA accidents from the AOPA Air Safety Foundation Accident Database.