Just about everything you've ever wanted to know about flying is in the AOPA Pilot Information Center. And now we've made it even easier to find online.
"Every year, the technical specialists in AOPA's Pilot Information Center answer more than 100,000 phone calls and e-mails from members," said Woody Cahall, AOPA vice president of aviation services. "So we know what pilots want to know. And now we've reorganized our online resources to give you easy access to the information you most often request."
There are now seven information categories: aircraft ownership, planning a flight, becoming a pilot, advanced flight training, medical certification, international and Alaska flying, plus a library that includes the Federal Aviation Regulations, the Aeronautical Information Manual, an STC database, and much more.
The Pilot Information Center also sports a "featured item," updated periodically. The featured item highlights the most requested aviation topic of the moment.
And if you can't find exactly what you're looking for in the PIC information categories, simply type a few keywords into the search box on the left of your screen. With our new Google-powered search engine, you'll find the precise AOPA Online resources you want within fractions of a second.
August 19, 2005