Click here to download documents for the Holladay Aviation fleet including:
- Operating handbooks
- Weight and balance data
Navigation Log (for cross country flight planning)
FAA Flight Plan Form (for VFR search and rescue flight plan)
PSI Knowledge Tests — Schedule your FAA knowledge test
FAA Aviation Handbooks — including Airplane Flying Handbook, Pilot’s Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge.
AC 61-98D: Currency Requirements and Guidance for the Flight Review and Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC)
FAR 61.57 — Recent instrument experience and allowable use of ATDs; see 61.57(c)(2)
ForeFlight is the industry standard app for general aviation flight planning. The company maintains an extensive training video library on their website covering dozens of topics of interest to both new and advanced users.
There are three different plans: Basic, Pro Plus and Performance Plus. For student pilots, the Basic plan is recommended. For instrument rating students, we recommend Pro Plus or Performance Plus.
If you do not currently own an iPad or iPhone and want to start using ForeFlight, click here to read ForeFlight’s recommendations for purchasing a device. Also, click here for a good article on whether or not to purchase an iPad with cellular service.
There are a few good videos about ForeFlight on YouTube including:
- Fundamentals of ForeFlight (presented at Sun-n-Fun 2019)
- Flight Instructors Course (presented at Oshkosh 2019)
Check out ForeFlight’s online Support Center.
- GTN 650
- G5 Attitude Instrument/HSI, including GFC 500 autopilot
- GFC 500 autopilot (video)
- GNS 430W
- GPSMAP 396/496
- GDL 39 3D
Note: The Garmin G5 flight instruments do not replace the legacy altimeter or turn coordinator. Please see the Garmin user manual (link above) and STC (in the airplane) for details.
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YouTube is a great learning resource for pilots of all experience levels. We’ve hand picked a few videos for you below. Please subscribe to the Holladay Aviation channel to be notified whenever we upload a new video! You may also want to check out the following channels: