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  1. Tristar

    Tristar Pattern Altitude

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    I wanted to see if anyone needed any of these things before they get tossed.

    King ATP written exam prep (121, 135, Aircraft Dispatcher). This comes as two books and an unopened CD ROM review. I was given this about 3 years ago but decided to use a different program and just passed my ATP written last week. These, although older, are in really good condition. Keep in mind since it's not this year's edition, it may not have every single question but for it being free it should give you a good head start.

    Instrument Oral Exam Guide

    Multi-Engine Oral Exam Guide

    Flight Instructor PTS, Effective 2006

    Copy of IP trainer - I never used this, it was given to me a while ago but it comes with a CD and a printed copy of the manual.

    AeroSim CRJ-200 course. I believe this CD gets you started with the online course. If I remember right, you still may have to pay for the rights to use it. I used it as an EFIS/FMS trainer in college. For those of you planning to fly CRJs this is a pretty good program. It also has the ability to let you create flights using a simulated FMS. I enjoyed this class a lot.
     
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  2. saracelica

    saracelica Pattern Altitude

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    Congrats on passing your ATP written! I don't need any of the stuff though.
     
  3. Kiddo's Driver

    Kiddo's Driver Cleared for Takeoff

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  4. Tristar

    Tristar Pattern Altitude

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    I think pilots would use them quicker than goodwill. Plus, small things are not worth itemizing.
     
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    Kiddo's Driver Cleared for Takeoff

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    Text books are $19 each.
     
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  6. tree96

    tree96 Pre-takeoff checklist

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    I'd take the instrument oral exam guide f you still have it!
     
  7. Gusecu

    Gusecu Filing Flight Plan

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    Smootie beat me to it!
     
  8. Tristar

    Tristar Pattern Altitude

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    PM me your address smootie and it's yours!
     
  9. Unit74

    Unit74 Final Approach

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    I'm in CAP and our cadets out love to have some new material. It's a bit over their head at this point, but it keeps them interested.
     
  10. Tristar

    Tristar Pattern Altitude

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    Unit74, I think they might enjoy this a little more. http://www.sportys.com/PilotShop/product/9377

    It's free except for shipping. Someone gave me one when I was interested in learning to fly. I loved the poster and the logbook made me feel like a pilot already.