Asa E6B Student Flight Computer
Durable fiberboard E6-B manual flight planning computer.
ASA's Flight Computer is made from solid, heavyweight fiberboard, an economical version of the aluminum model E6B including all its problem-solving features: compute time, speed, distance, altitude, true airspeed, and density altitude problems. Conversions, nautical and statute scales, wind component grid and comprehensive crosswind correction chart included.
22.5 cm x 11.5 cm
(9" x 4-1/2")
Asa E6B Metal Flight Computer
High quality aluminum E6-B manual flight planning computer.
The best slide-rule-style flight computer on the market, with solid aluminum construction and easy-to-read lettering. ASA's E6-B features a wind component grid and comprehensive crosswind correction chart, and on the other side the slide computes time, speed, distance, altitude, true airspeed, and density altitude problems as well as conversions. Nautical and statute scales are included.
24.4 cm x 12.2 cm
(9-3/4" x 5")
Asa E6B Small Metal Flight Computer
Pocket-sized brushed-aluminum aviation computer features high- and low-speed wind correction slide and high-speed compressibility table.
This pocket-sized, brushed aluminum E6-B is a full-function aviation computer. Popular among military pilots, it features a high-speed and low-speed wind correction slide, high-speed compressibility table, vinyl case, and instruction manual. Micro E6-B performs all the standard manual flight computer functions, and it conveniently fits in a shirt pocket or glove box.
15 cm x 8.5 cm
(6" x 3-1/2")
Asa E6B High Speed Slide Replacement
The E6B Slide Flight Computer is the companion product to ASA's E6-B metal flight computer. Provides calculations for high-speed flight in the range of 220-700 knots or miles per hour.
The E6B slide picks up where the traditional metal flight computer leaves off, providing calculations for the high-speed realm of flight (in the range of 220-700 knots or miles per hour). Pilots simply replace their current slide with this one, which then continues to use the circular computer from traditional E6-Bs.
E6B Slide Flight Computer also includes a compressibility correction chart, ICAO Standard Atmosphere reference table, a worldwide time conversion table, speed limits for the United States, and the most frequently-used weight and balance formulas all of the pertinent formulas and information required for high-altitude, high-speed operations.
Meets both FAR and JAR (international) requirements.
24.4 cm x 9.6 cm
Asa E6B Circular Flight Computer
The Asa E6B Circular Flight Computer combines high-quality construction with easy-to-read lettering to deliver the most efficient, accurate, and convenient manual flight computer available. Perform multiple calculations ranging from basic arithmetic and flight planning problems to complex in-flight computations.
The calculator side of the computer uses conventional slide rule procedures to solve for multiplication, division, and unit conversion and employs scales for performing time, speed, distance, rate, fuel consumption, altitude, airspeed, air temperature, and pressure pattern calculations.
The wind side of the computer provides a graphic method of solving problems and displaying the answers in a useful form. Use the wind side for simple addition and subtraction problems and also to solve for true wind, winds in flight, true course and ground speed, true heading and true airspeed, and off-course correction calculations. The matte finish on the wind side of the calculator can be marked with a pencil during use, and easily wiped clean to allow input for the next problem.
The E6B Circular Flight Computer is a great tool to use during flight planning, flight training or studying. Pilots flying faster aircraft at higher altitudes will find this computer useful in gaining insight to the external atmospheric conditions and the effects they have on in-flight performance.
Vinyl carrying case
Landing Pattern Computer
ASA Landing Pattern Computer is visual guide to the traffic pattern so pilots can see the entry, downwind, base, and assigned runway at a glance.
Easily helps determine appropriate headings for each leg when landing or departing the airport — a great teaching aid! Use reverse side for right-hand patterns.
Holding Pattern Computer
You are flying a heading of 360 when you are issued this clearance “…hold east of the ABC VORTAC on the zero niner zero radial, right turns…”
This clearance is enough to invoke a rapid heart beat in the most experienced pilots. Although holding patterns may be used on any instrument flight, holding clearances are issued infrequently enough for pilots to get a little rusty on the procedures. Visualizing a holding pattern from a current position is one of the more challenging aspects of instrument flight.
ASA’s holding pattern computer shows pilots which entry is appropriate given the assigned holding radial. The design not only displays the appropriate entry procedure for both standard and nonstandard patterns (direct, parallel, or teardrop), but also depicts how pilots get to this entry, given their current aircraft heading.
9 cm x 12.5 cm
(3,5" x 5")
Holding pattern practice is now part of the instrument currency requirements (every 6 months, instrument-rated pilots must execute 6 instrument approaches and practice intercepting and tracking a NAVAID, as well as holding procedures). This handy pocket-sized tool may be used as a refresher on the ground, as well as a quick-reference guide in flight.
A perfect learning tool for experienced instrument pilots, students, and convenient instructional aid for flight instructors. Made from durable plastic in the USA.
NEW: Pathfinder CX-3 Flight Computer
The CX-3 Flight Computer makes flight planning simple by taking confusion out of the equation. Fast, versatile and easy to use, the CX-3 delivers accurate results quickly and efficiently. It can be used on all FAA and Canadian pilot, mechanic, and dispatcher knowledge exams. Whether used for flight planning, ground school, or knowledge testing, the menu organization reflects the order in which a flight is normally planned and executed, resulting in a natural flow from one function to the next with a minimum of keystrokes.
Multiple aviation functions can be performed on the CX-3 flight computer including those related to time, speed, distance, heading, wind, fuel, altitude, cloud base, standard atmosphere, glide, climb & descent, weight & balance, as well as a holding pattern function to help determine entry method and holding details. A calculator, clock, timer and stopwatch are also built in along with multiple settings for lighting, backlighting, themes, scrolling speed, time zones and more.
The sleek design, and ergonomic fit and finish of the CX-3 make for easy transport. The protective cover comes off the front and snaps onto the back of the computer. A no-slip-strip prevents the CX-3 from sliding around on smooth desk surfaces. A Theme feature provides a convenient way to switch from Standard view to Night or Daylight views. The backlighting feature controls the brightness or intensity of the screen, and the buttons on the keypad will light up in Dusk and Night modes for use in darker environments. A Favorite feature provides quick access to your most frequently used function and store the Aircraft Profile will let you store numbers specific to your aircraft.
The most versatile and easy-to-use aviation flight computer for fast, accurate flight planning and calculations. Using the latest microchip and display technologies, the features and functions of the CX-3 make it the most useful aviation calculator available. Includes 4 AAA batteries.
The update procedure is outlined in CX-3 Operator Manual, Appendix B.