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[V5.1.3] AUGUST 13, 2017 - CURRENT VERSION

PERPETUAL UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

This annual update of The Complete CFI Binder is a major revision. The formatting and text of the textbook has been modified to promote a better user experience. Each and every page of the textbook has been updated in some way. Below, in the changelog. We have listed the most major content changes. We urge all customers to download this new revision. Downloading this revision requires a perpetual update subscription.

VERSION 5.1.3

  • Pre-Flight Procedures, Chapter 21, Section 2: Corrected the PAVE checklist to reflect the correct IMSAFE acronym. We previously had “Eating” listed. This has been replaced with the correct term “Emotion.”
  • Logbook Endorsements, Chapter 15, Section 2: Section two is a new section titled: “Protecting Your CFI Certificate.” This section was added to educate a new instructor on CFI Liability Insurance, AOPA Legal Services, and using affidavits to certify student training. We’re providing access to documents developed by PILOTNICK Publishing for Bi-Annual Flight Reviews, Initial Solo Privileges, and Solo Cross-Country Privileges.
  • Logbook Endorsements, Chapter 15, Section 3: We’ve added guidance on the Alien Flight Student Program (AFSP) which pertains to teaching international students without a U.S. Passport.
  • Logbook Endorsements, Chapter 15, Section 4, 5, 6: Corrected outdated endorsement references which were being used from the old canceled AC-61-65E, and replaced with corrected endorsements from AC-61-65F.
  • Logbook Endorsements, Chapter 15, Section 5: Corrected text at the end of that chapter which stated that the AIM 3-2-3 (b)(2) reference listed “Class B Airspace prohibited to student pilot operations.” This statement was incorrect. The simple act of a student pilot operating within the airspace listed in AIM 3-2-3(b)(2) isn’t prohibited. Specifically what is prohibited, is landing at the primary airport in which the bravo airspace serves, without a minimum certificate level of Private Pilot. Therefore, the prohibited act is landing at one of the listed, without a minimum certificate level of Private Pilot.
  • Logbook Endorsements, Chapter 15, All Endorsement Sections: Modified formatting to be cleaner and easier to read.
  • The version number has also been updated on page number 4.

VERSION 5.1 MAJOR RECORD OF CHANGES

  • Fundamentals of Instruction, Chapter 3, All Sections: Updated formatting and image placement for better user experience. Lesson Plan updates.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 2: Added more detailed information on how to obtain an FAA Medical Certificate, and locate an AME. Added information on the all-new third class medical reform (FAA BasicMed).
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 3: Corrected the broken link on obtaining a student pilot certificate using IACRA.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 4: Added additional content on Hypoxia to provide a more in-depth informative approach to understanding what each type of Hypoxia does. Added a more through explanation of Time of Useful Consciousness.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 5: Added a more through explanation of Hyperventilation.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): Added a a new section titled: SENSORY SYSTEMS OF THE BODY.
  • Runway Incursion Avoidance, Chapter 4, Section 3: Added information on Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (SMGCS) for low visibility taxi. Modified content for better readability.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 2: Added video by Shell Oil which aids in teaching how transonic flight occurs.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 4: Added information on how swept-back wing works.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): High Altitude Aerodynamic Stalls. Discusses Coffin Corner, Mach, Mach Tuck, High Speed Buffet, Low Speed Buffet, MCRIT.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 10: Added additional information on lateral stability and dihedral.
  • Navigation & Flight Planning, Chapter 9, Section 8: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • Night Operations, Chapter 10, Section 4: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 4: How Cabin Pressurization Works has been re-written to be clearer and easier to understand.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 6: The Rapid Depressurization section has been re-written to allow for an easier understanding.
  • National Airspace System, Chapter 13, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, and content enhancements throughout the entire chapter in all sections. Added information on Flight Information Regions (FIR).
  • Weather Information, Chapter 17, Section 7: Added important details on changes to FA Charts, reference source for this information is the FAA Safety Team, Notice Number: NOTC7226.
  • Cessna 172-RG Aircraft Systems, Chapter 18, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, content additions throughout the entire chapter in all sections.
  • Pre-Flight Procedures, Chapter 21, Section 6: Corrected typo. Subheading “Quartering Headwind” was incorrectly typed twice.
  • Airport Operations, Chapter 23, Section 3: New color graphics added, better description of the traffic pattern legs, added wind-shear escape maneuver techniques, proper pattern entry procedures for both controlled and uncontrolled airports.
  • Takeoff Lessons, Chapter 25, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Landing Lessons, Chapter 26, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Fundamentals of Flight, Chapter 27, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Performance Maneuvers, Chapter 28, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Ground Reference Maneuvers, Chapter 29, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Slow Flight, Stalls & Spins, Chapter 30, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Basic Instrument Maneuvers, Chapter 31, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Emergency Operations, Chapter 32, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
[V5.1.2] JULY 18, 2017

PERPETUAL UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

This annual update of The Complete CFI Binder is a major revision. The formatting and text of the textbook has been modified to promote a better user experience. Each and every page of the textbook has been updated in some way. Below, in the changelog. We have listed the most major content changes. We urge all customers to download this new revision. Downloading this revision requires a perpetual update subscription.

VERSION 5.1.2 – Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 10. We realize that we had accidentally labeled the tendency of the types of turns incorrectly. In some cases yawing and rolling were improperly placed. This update affects the lesson plan for this chapter, and pages numbered 136 – 137 in The Complete CFI Binder, Cessna 172RG Edition. The version number has also been updated on page number 4.

VERSION 5.1 MAJOR RECORD OF CHANGES

  • Fundamentals of Instruction, Chapter 3, All Sections: Updated formatting and image placement for better user experience. Lesson Plan updates.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 2: Added more detailed information on how to obtain an FAA Medical Certificate, and locate an AME. Added information on the all-new third class medical reform (FAA BasicMed).
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 3: Corrected the broken link on obtaining a student pilot certificate using IACRA.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 4: Added additional content on Hypoxia to provide a more in-depth informative approach to understanding what each type of Hypoxia does. Added a more through explanation of Time of Useful Consciousness.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 5: Added a more through explanation of Hyperventilation.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): Added a a new section titled: SENSORY SYSTEMS OF THE BODY.
  • Runway Incursion Avoidance, Chapter 4, Section 3: Added information on Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (SMGCS) for low visibility taxi. Modified content for better readability.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 2: Added video by Shell Oil which aids in teaching how transonic flight occurs.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 4: Added information on how swept-back wing works.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): High Altitude Aerodynamic Stalls. Discusses Coffin Corner, Mach, Mach Tuck, High Speed Buffet, Low Speed Buffet, MCRIT.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 10: Added additional information on lateral stability and dihedral.
  • Navigation & Flight Planning, Chapter 9, Section 8: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • Night Operations, Chapter 10, Section 4: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 4: How Cabin Pressurization Works has been re-written to be clearer and easier to understand.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 6: The Rapid Depressurization section has been re-written to allow for an easier understanding.
  • National Airspace System, Chapter 13, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, and content enhancements throughout the entire chapter in all sections. Added information on Flight Information Regions (FIR).
  • Weather Information, Chapter 17, Section 7: Added important details on changes to FA Charts, reference source for this information is the FAA Safety Team, Notice Number: NOTC7226.
  • Cessna 172-RG Aircraft Systems, Chapter 18, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, content additions throughout the entire chapter in all sections.
  • Pre-Flight Procedures, Chapter 21, Section 6: Corrected typo. Subheading “Quartering Headwind” was incorrectly typed twice.
  • Airport Operations, Chapter 23, Section 3: New color graphics added, better description of the traffic pattern legs, added wind-shear escape maneuver techniques, proper pattern entry procedures for both controlled and uncontrolled airports.
  • Takeoff Lessons, Chapter 25, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Landing Lessons, Chapter 26, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Fundamentals of Flight, Chapter 27, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Performance Maneuvers, Chapter 28, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Ground Reference Maneuvers, Chapter 29, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Slow Flight, Stalls & Spins, Chapter 30, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Basic Instrument Maneuvers, Chapter 31, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Emergency Operations, Chapter 32, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
[V5.1.1] JULY 17, 2017

PERPETUAL UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

This annual update of The Complete CFI Binder is a major revision. The formatting and text of the textbook has been modified to promote a better user experience. Each and every page of the textbook has been updated in some way. Below, in the changelog. We have listed the most major content changes. We urge all customers to download this new revision. Downloading this revision requires a perpetual update subscription.

VERSION 5.1.1 – Minor text revisions and formatting changes have been added to this unscheduled update. We recommend updating to this version to improve your user experience immediately. 

VERSION 5.1 MAJOR RECORD OF CHANGES

  • Fundamentals of Instruction, Chapter 3, All Sections: Updated formatting and image placement for better user experience. Lesson Plan updates.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 2: Added more detailed information on how to obtain an FAA Medical Certificate, and locate an AME. Added information on the all-new third class medical reform (FAA BasicMed).
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 3: Corrected the broken link on obtaining a student pilot certificate using IACRA.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 4: Added additional content on Hypoxia to provide a more in-depth informative approach to understanding what each type of Hypoxia does. Added a more through explanation of Time of Useful Consciousness.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 5: Added a more through explanation of Hyperventilation.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): Added a a new section titled: SENSORY SYSTEMS OF THE BODY.
  • Runway Incursion Avoidance, Chapter 4, Section 3: Added information on Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (SMGCS) for low visibility taxi. Modified content for better readability.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 2: Added video by Shell Oil which aids in teaching how transonic flight occurs.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 4: Added information on how swept-back wing works.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): High Altitude Aerodynamic Stalls. Discusses Coffin Corner, Mach, Mach Tuck, High Speed Buffet, Low Speed Buffet, MCRIT.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 10: Added additional information on lateral stability and dihedral.
  • Navigation & Flight Planning, Chapter 9, Section 8: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • Night Operations, Chapter 10, Section 4: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 4: How Cabin Pressurization Works has been re-written to be clearer and easier to understand.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 6: The Rapid Depressurization section has been re-written to allow for an easier understanding.
  • National Airspace System, Chapter 13, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, and content enhancements throughout the entire chapter in all sections. Added information on Flight Information Regions (FIR).
  • Weather Information, Chapter 17, Section 7: Added important details on changes to FA Charts, reference source for this information is the FAA Safety Team, Notice Number: NOTC7226.
  • Cessna 172-RG Aircraft Systems, Chapter 18, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, content additions throughout the entire chapter in all sections.
  • Pre-Flight Procedures, Chapter 21, Section 6: Corrected typo. Subheading “Quartering Headwind” was incorrectly typed twice.
  • Airport Operations, Chapter 23, Section 3: New color graphics added, better description of the traffic pattern legs, added wind-shear escape maneuver techniques, proper pattern entry procedures for both controlled and uncontrolled airports.
  • Takeoff Lessons, Chapter 25, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Landing Lessons, Chapter 26, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Fundamentals of Flight, Chapter 27, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Performance Maneuvers, Chapter 28, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Ground Reference Maneuvers, Chapter 29, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Slow Flight, Stalls & Spins, Chapter 30, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Basic Instrument Maneuvers, Chapter 31, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Emergency Operations, Chapter 32, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
[V5.1.0] JULY 8, 2017

PERPETUAL UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

This annual update of The Complete CFI Binder is a major revision. The formatting and text of the textbook has been modified to promote a better user experience. Each and every page of the textbook has been updated in some way. Below, in the changelog. We have listed the most major content changes. We urge all customers to download this new revision. Downloading this revision requires a perpetual update subscription.

VERSION 5.1 MAJOR RECORD OF CHANGES

  • Fundamentals of Instruction, Chapter 3, All Sections: Updated formatting and image placement for better user experience. Lesson Plan updates.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 2: Added more detailed information on how to obtain an FAA Medical Certificate, and locate an AME. Added information on the all-new third class medical reform (FAA BasicMed).
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 3: Corrected the broken link on obtaining a student pilot certificate using IACRA.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 4: Added additional content on Hypoxia to provide a more in-depth informative approach to understanding what each type of Hypoxia does. Added a more through explanation of Time of Useful Consciousness.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 5: Added a more through explanation of Hyperventilation.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): Added a a new section titled: SENSORY SYSTEMS OF THE BODY.
  • Runway Incursion Avoidance, Chapter 4, Section 3: Added information on Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (SMGCS) for low visibility taxi. Modified content for better readability.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 2: Added video by Shell Oil which aids in teaching how transonic flight occurs.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 4: Added information on how swept-back wing works.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): High Altitude Aerodynamic Stalls. Discusses Coffin Corner, Mach, Mach Tuck, High Speed Buffet, Low Speed Buffet, MCRIT.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 10: Added additional information on lateral stability and dihedral.
  • Navigation & Flight Planning, Chapter 9, Section 8: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • Night Operations, Chapter 10, Section 4: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 4: How Cabin Pressurization Works has been re-written to be clearer and easier to understand.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 6: The Rapid Depressurization section has been re-written to allow for an easier understanding.
  • National Airspace System, Chapter 13, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, and content enhancements throughout the entire chapter in all sections. Added information on Flight Information Regions (FIR).
  • Weather Information, Chapter 17, Section 7: Added important details on changes to FA Charts, reference source for this information is the FAA Safety Team, Notice Number: NOTC7226.
  • Cessna 172-RG Aircraft Systems, Chapter 18, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, content additions throughout the entire chapter in all sections.
  • Pre-Flight Procedures, Chapter 21, Section 6: Corrected typo. Subheading “Quartering Headwind” was incorrectly typed twice.
  • Airport Operations, Chapter 23, Section 3: New color graphics added, better description of the traffic pattern legs, added wind-shear escape maneuver techniques, proper pattern entry procedures for both controlled and uncontrolled airports.
  • Takeoff Lessons, Chapter 25, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Landing Lessons, Chapter 26, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Fundamentals of Flight, Chapter 27, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Performance Maneuvers, Chapter 28, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Ground Reference Maneuvers, Chapter 29, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Slow Flight, Stalls & Spins, Chapter 30, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Basic Instrument Maneuvers, Chapter 31, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Emergency Operations, Chapter 32, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
[V5.0.0] DECEMBER 25, 2016

PREMIUM UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 2: Revised the direction of the greater than symbol for “subsonic.”
  • National Airspace System, Chapter 13, Section 4: Clarified the speed limit inside of Class B Airspace. Added 250 KIAS restriction inside of Class B, above 10,000 feet MSL, and 200 KIAS below 10,000 feet MSL.
  • National Airspace System, Chapter 13, Section 5, 6, 7, and 8: Corrected typo on Weather Minimums.
  • Weather Information, Chapter 17, Section 6: Added Takeoff & Landing Performance Assessment (TALPA) and Runway Condition Assessment Matrix (RCAM). This is the new process for disseminating Runway Conditions that went into effect on October 1, 2016. This data can be found in the airport NOTAMS.
  • Federal Aviation Regulations, Chapter 12, Section 7: Removed “EST” from the example NOTAM made available for decoding. 1305011200-1312111200EST should show as 1305011200-1312111200, as this time is displayed in UTC, and NOT in Eastern Time.
  • Navigation and Flight Planning, Chapter 9, Section 4: Added guidance on how to use the new ICAO Flight Planning format which will be implemented in January 2017. FAA Form 7233-1 will be superseded by FAA Form 7233-4.
  • Navigation and Flight Planning, Chapter 9: Various updates to the entire section which include text revisions, and content enhancements.
  • All Chapters/All Sections: Correction of typographical errors throughout the publication.
  • All Chapters/All Sections: Image credit has been added for all lessons.
[V4.5.0] JUNE 20, 2016

PREMIUM UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

  • Fundamentals of Flight, Chapter 27, Section 1: Revised trimming procedure to conform to a more logical approach, PPT. Pitch, Power, then Trim.
  • Aircraft Systems, Chapter 18, Section 9: Updated “Types of Altitude” to reflect more detail.
  • Aircraft Systems, Chapter 18, Section 9: Updated “Types of Airspeed” to reflect more detail.
  • Performance & Limitations, Chapter 19, Section 3: Updated “Types of Altitude” to reflect more detail.
  • Performance & Limitations, Chapter 19, Section 4: Updated “Types of Airspeed” to reflect more detail.
  • Performance & Limitations, Chapter 19, Section 4: Added “The Three Types of Hydroplaning.”
  • National Airspace System, Chapter 13, Section 7: Corrected Class E VFR WX Minimums.
  • Aircraft Airworthiness Requirements, Chapter 20, Section 4: Removed text that stated that a VOR Check was required every 12-months for VFR Operations.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 3: This is a NEW SECTION. It covers the process of obtaining a Student Pilot Certificate via IACRA, which is the result of a regulation change which took place on 4/1/2016.
  • Night Operations, Chapter 10, Section 6: This is a NEW SECTION. It covers, in detail, FAR §91.209, which discusses the three periods of “night time” (Sunset to Sunrise, Beginning & End of Civil Twilight, and 1 Hour After Sunset to 1 Hour Before Sunrise).
[V4.4.0] APRIL 1, 2016

PREMIUM UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

  • Preface, Chapter 1: Added Copyright Notice.
  • Navigation & Flight Planning, Chapter 9: Text formatting fixes have occurred in section 3.
  • Pre-Flight Procedures, Chapter 21: Modifications have been made to the PAVE checklist.
[V4.3.0] FEBURARY 5, 2016

Annual 2016 Update: Due to the type of update, we recommend that you cross-reference your book with the new update to see what has changed.

[V4.2.0] SEPTEMBER 22, 2015

Major Annual Update: Due to the type of update, we recommend that you cross-reference your book with the new update to see what has changed. Text updates, regulations lesson updated. BAI lesson updated. Navigation lesson updated. There are several other lessons that have been updated.

[V1.0.0] JUNE 6, 2014 - INITIAL RELEASE

Released 6 JUN 2014

THE COMPLETE CFI BINDER, PIPER ARROW III EDITION

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PERPETUAL UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS This annual update of The Complete CFI Binder is a major revision. The formatting and text of the textbook has been modified to promote a better user experience. Each and every page of the textbook has been updated in some way. Below, in the changelog. We have listed the most major content changes. We urge all customers to download this new revision. Downloading this revision requires a perpetual update subscription.

VERSION 2.1.2

  • Pre-Flight Procedures, Chapter 21, Section 2: Corrected the PAVE checklist to reflect the correct IMSAFE acronym. We previously had “Eating” listed. This has been replaced with the correct term “Emotion.”
  • Logbook Endorsements, Chapter 15, Section 2: Section two is a new section titled: “Protecting Your CFI Certificate.” This section was added to educate a new instructor on CFI Liability Insurance, AOPA Legal Services, and using affidavits to certify student training. We’re providing access to documents developed by PILOTNICK Publishing for Bi-Annual Flight Reviews, Initial Solo Privileges, and Solo Cross-Country Privileges.
  • Logbook Endorsements, Chapter 15, Section 3: We’ve added guidance on the Alien Flight Student Program (AFSP) which pertains to teaching international students without a U.S. Passport.
  • Logbook Endorsements, Chapter 15, Section 4, 5, 6: Corrected outdated endorsement references which were being used from the old canceled AC-61-65E, and replaced with corrected endorsements from AC-61-65F.
  • Logbook Endorsements, Chapter 15, Section 5: Corrected text at the end of that chapter which stated that the AIM 3-2-3 (b)(2) reference listed “Class B Airspace prohibited to student pilot operations.” This statement was incorrect. The simple act of a student pilot operating within the airspace listed in AIM 3-2-3(b)(2) isn’t prohibited. Specifically what is prohibited, is landing at the primary airport in which the bravo airspace serves, without a minimum certificate level of Private Pilot. Therefore, the prohibited act is landing at one of the listed, without a minimum certificate level of Private Pilot.
  • Logbook Endorsements, Chapter 15, All Endorsement Sections: Modified formatting to be cleaner and easier to read.
  • The version number has also been updated on page number 4.

VERSION 2.1 MAJOR RECORD OF CHANGES

  • Fundamentals of Instruction, Chapter 3, All Sections: Updated formatting and image placement for better user experience. Lesson Plan updates.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 2: Added more detailed information on how to obtain an FAA Medical Certificate, and locate an AME. Added information on the all-new third class medical reform (FAA BasicMed).
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 3: Corrected the broken link on obtaining a student pilot certificate using IACRA.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 4: Added additional content on Hypoxia to provide a more in-depth informative approach to understanding what each type of Hypoxia does. Added a more through explanation of Time of Useful Consciousness.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 5: Added a more through explanation of Hyperventilation.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): Added a a new section titled: SENSORY SYSTEMS OF THE BODY.
  • Runway Incursion Avoidance, Chapter 4, Section 3: Added information on Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (SMGCS) for low visibility taxi. Modified content for better readability.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 2: Added video by Shell Oil which aids in teaching how transonic flight occurs.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 4: Added information on how swept-back wing works.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): High Altitude Aerodynamic Stalls. Discusses Coffin Corner, Mach, Mach Tuck, High Speed Buffet, Low Speed Buffet, MCRIT.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 10: Added additional information on lateral stability and dihedral.
  • Navigation & Flight Planning, Chapter 9, Section 8: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • Night Operations, Chapter 10, Section 4: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 4: How Cabin Pressurization Works has been re-written to be clearer and easier to understand.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 6: The Rapid Depressurization section has been re-written to allow for an easier understanding.
  • National Airspace System, Chapter 13, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, and content enhancements throughout the entire chapter in all sections. Added information on Flight Information Regions (FIR).
  • Weather Information, Chapter 17, Section 7: Added important details on changes to FA Charts, reference source for this information is the FAA Safety Team, Notice Number: NOTC7226.
  • Cessna 172-RG Aircraft Systems, Chapter 18, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, content additions throughout the entire chapter in all sections.
  • Pre-Flight Procedures, Chapter 21, Section 6: Corrected typo. Subheading “Quartering Headwind” was incorrectly typed twice.
  • Airport Operations, Chapter 23, Section 3: New color graphics added, better description of the traffic pattern legs, added wind-shear escape maneuver techniques, proper pattern entry procedures for both controlled and uncontrolled airports.
  • Takeoff Lessons, Chapter 25, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Landing Lessons, Chapter 26, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Fundamentals of Flight, Chapter 27, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Performance Maneuvers, Chapter 28, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Ground Reference Maneuvers, Chapter 29, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Slow Flight, Stalls & Spins, Chapter 30, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Basic Instrument Maneuvers, Chapter 31, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Emergency Operations, Chapter 32, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
[V2.1.1] JULY 17, 2017

PERPETUAL UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

This annual update of The Complete CFI Binder is a major revision. The formatting and text of the textbook has been modified to promote a better user experience. Each and every page of the textbook has been updated in some way. Below, in the changelog. We have listed the most major content changes. We urge all customers to download this new revision. Downloading this revision requires a perpetual update subscription.

VERSION 2.1.1 – Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 10. We realize that we had accidentally labeled the tendency of the types of turns incorrectly. In some cases yawing and rolling were improperly placed. This update affects the lesson plan for this chapter, and pages numbered 136 – 137 in The Complete CFI Binder, Cessna 172RG Edition. The version number has also been updated on page number 4.

VERSION 2.1 MAJOR RECORD OF CHANGES

  • Fundamentals of Instruction, Chapter 3, All Sections: Updated formatting and image placement for better user experience. Lesson Plan updates.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 2: Added more detailed information on how to obtain an FAA Medical Certificate, and locate an AME. Added information on the all-new third class medical reform (FAA BasicMed).
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 3: Corrected the broken link on obtaining a student pilot certificate using IACRA.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 4: Added additional content on Hypoxia to provide a more in-depth informative approach to understanding what each type of Hypoxia does. Added a more through explanation of Time of Useful Consciousness.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 5: Added a more through explanation of Hyperventilation.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): Added a a new section titled: SENSORY SYSTEMS OF THE BODY.
  • Runway Incursion Avoidance, Chapter 4, Section 3: Added information on Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (SMGCS) for low visibility taxi. Modified content for better readability.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 2: Added video by Shell Oil which aids in teaching how transonic flight occurs.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 4: Added information on how swept-back wing works.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): High Altitude Aerodynamic Stalls. Discusses Coffin Corner, Mach, Mach Tuck, High Speed Buffet, Low Speed Buffet, MCRIT.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 10: Added additional information on lateral stability and dihedral.
  • Navigation & Flight Planning, Chapter 9, Section 8: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • Night Operations, Chapter 10, Section 4: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 4: How Cabin Pressurization Works has been re-written to be clearer and easier to understand.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 6: The Rapid Depressurization section has been re-written to allow for an easier understanding.
  • National Airspace System, Chapter 13, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, and content enhancements throughout the entire chapter in all sections. Added information on Flight Information Regions (FIR).
  • Weather Information, Chapter 17, Section 7: Added important details on changes to FA Charts, reference source for this information is the FAA Safety Team, Notice Number: NOTC7226.
  • Cessna 172-RG Aircraft Systems, Chapter 18, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, content additions throughout the entire chapter in all sections.
  • Pre-Flight Procedures, Chapter 21, Section 6: Corrected typo. Subheading “Quartering Headwind” was incorrectly typed twice.
  • Airport Operations, Chapter 23, Section 3: New color graphics added, better description of the traffic pattern legs, added wind-shear escape maneuver techniques, proper pattern entry procedures for both controlled and uncontrolled airports.
  • Takeoff Lessons, Chapter 25, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Landing Lessons, Chapter 26, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Fundamentals of Flight, Chapter 27, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Performance Maneuvers, Chapter 28, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Ground Reference Maneuvers, Chapter 29, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Slow Flight, Stalls & Spins, Chapter 30, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Basic Instrument Maneuvers, Chapter 31, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Emergency Operations, Chapter 32, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
[V2.1.0] JULY 17, 2017

PERPETUAL UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

This annual update of The Complete CFI Binder is a major revision. The formatting and text of the textbook has been modified to promote a better user experience. Each and every page of the textbook has been updated in some way. Below, in the changelog. We have listed the most major content changes. We urge all customers to download this new revision. Downloading this revision requires a perpetual update subscription.

VERSION 2.1 MAJOR RECORD OF CHANGES

  • Fundamentals of Instruction, Chapter 3, All Sections: Updated formatting and image placement for better user experience. Lesson Plan updates.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 2: Added more detailed information on how to obtain an FAA Medical Certificate, and locate an AME. Added information on the all-new third class medical reform (FAA BasicMed).
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 3: Corrected the broken link on obtaining a student pilot certificate using IACRA.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 4: Added additional content on Hypoxia to provide a more in-depth informative approach to understanding what each type of Hypoxia does. Added a more through explanation of Time of Useful Consciousness.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 5: Added a more through explanation of Hyperventilation.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): Added a a new section titled: SENSORY SYSTEMS OF THE BODY.
  • Runway Incursion Avoidance, Chapter 4, Section 3: Added information on Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (SMGCS) for low visibility taxi. Modified content for better readability.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 2: Added video by Shell Oil which aids in teaching how transonic flight occurs.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 4: Added information on how swept-back wing works.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 6 (NEW SECTION): High Altitude Aerodynamic Stalls. Discusses Coffin Corner, Mach, Mach Tuck, High Speed Buffet, Low Speed Buffet, MCRIT.
  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 10: Added additional information on lateral stability and dihedral.
  • Navigation & Flight Planning, Chapter 9, Section 8: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • Night Operations, Chapter 10, Section 4: Added updated information on lost procedures. Corrected some typos.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 4: How Cabin Pressurization Works has been re-written to be clearer and easier to understand.
  • High Altitude Operations, Chapter 11, Section 6: The Rapid Depressurization section has been re-written to allow for an easier understanding.
  • National Airspace System, Chapter 13, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, and content enhancements throughout the entire chapter in all sections. Added information on Flight Information Regions (FIR).
  • Weather Information, Chapter 17, Section 7: Added important details on changes to FA Charts, reference source for this information is the FAA Safety Team, Notice Number: NOTC7226.
  • Cessna 172-RG Aircraft Systems, Chapter 18, ALL SECTIONS: Graphic updates, content additions throughout the entire chapter in all sections.
  • Pre-Flight Procedures, Chapter 21, Section 6: Corrected typo. Subheading “Quartering Headwind” was incorrectly typed twice.
  • Airport Operations, Chapter 23, Section 3: New color graphics added, better description of the traffic pattern legs, added wind-shear escape maneuver techniques, proper pattern entry procedures for both controlled and uncontrolled airports.
  • Takeoff Lessons, Chapter 25, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Landing Lessons, Chapter 26, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Fundamentals of Flight, Chapter 27, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Performance Maneuvers, Chapter 28, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot.
  • Ground Reference Maneuvers, Chapter 29, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Slow Flight, Stalls & Spins, Chapter 30, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Basic Instrument Maneuvers, Chapter 31, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
  • Emergency Operations, Chapter 32, All Sections: Modified purpose and objective of the maneuver. Added new updated graphics, added ACS for Private and Commercial Pilot. New content has been added.
V2.0 | 25 DEC 16 | Q3 & Q4 | CURRENT VERSION

PREMIUM UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

  • Principles of Flight, Chapter 6, Section 2: Revised the direction of the greater than symbol for “subsonic.”
  • National Airspace System, Chapter 13, Section 4: Clarified the speed limit inside of Class B Airspace. Added 250 KIAS restriction inside of Class B, above 10,000 feet MSL, and 200 KIAS below 10,000 feet MSL.
  • National Airspace System, Chapter 13, Section 5, 6, 7, and 8: Corrected typo on Weather Minimums.
  • Weather Information, Chapter 17, Section 6: Added Takeoff & Landing Performance Assessment (TALPA) and Runway Condition Assessment Matrix (RCAM). This is the new process for disseminating Runway Conditions that went into effect on October 1, 2016. This data can be found in the airport NOTAMS.
  • Federal Aviation Regulations, Chapter 12, Section 7: Removed “EST” from the example NOTAM made available for decoding. 1305011200-1312111200EST should show as 1305011200-1312111200, as this time is displayed in UTC, and NOT in Eastern Time.
  • Navigation and Flight Planning, Chapter 9, Section 4: Added guidance on how to use the new ICAO Flight Planning format which will be implemented in January 2017. FAA Form 7233-1 will be superseded by FAA Form 7233-4.
  • Navigation and Flight Planning, Chapter 9: Various updates to the entire section which include text revisions, and content enhancements.
  • All Chapters/All Sections: Correction of typographical errors throughout the publication.
  • All Chapters/All Sections: Image credit has been added for all lessons.
V1.4 | 20 JUN 16 | Q2 RELEASE

PREMIUM UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

  • Fundamentals of Flight, Chapter 27, Section 1: Revised trimming procedure to conform to a more logical approach, PPT. Pitch, Power, then Trim.
  • Aircraft Systems, Chapter 18, Section 9: Updated “Types of Altitude” to reflect more detail.
  • Aircraft Systems, Chapter 18, Section 9: Updated “Types of Airspeed” to reflect more detail.
  • Performance & Limitations, Chapter 19, Section 3: Updated “Types of Altitude” to reflect more detail.
  • Performance & Limitations, Chapter 19, Section 4: Updated “Types of Airspeed” to reflect more detail.
  • Performance & Limitations, Chapter 19, Section 4: Added “The Three Types of Hydroplaning.”
  • National Airspace System, Chapter 13, Section 7: Corrected Class E VFR WX Minimums.
  • Aircraft Airworthiness Requirements, Chapter 20, Section 4: Removed text that stated that a VOR Check was required every 12-months for VFR Operations.
  • Aeromedical Factors, Chapter 3, Section 3: This is a NEW SECTION. It covers the process of obtaining a Student Pilot Certificate via IACRA, which is the result of a regulation change which took place on 4/1/2016.
  • Night Operations, Chapter 10, Section 6: This is a NEW SECTION. It covers, in detail, FAR §91.209, which discusses the three periods of “night time” (Sunset to Sunrise, Beginning & End of Civil Twilight, and 1 Hour After Sunset to 1 Hour Before Sunrise).
V1.3 | 1 APR 16 | Q1 RELEASE

PREMIUM UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

  • Preface, Chapter 1: Added Copyright Notice.
  • Navigation & Flight Planning, Chapter 9: Text formatting fixes have occurred in section 3.
  • Pre-Flight Procedures, Chapter 21: Modifications have been made to the PAVE checklist.
V1.2 | 5 FEB 16

Annual 2016 Update: Due to the type of update, we recommend that you cross-reference your book with the new update to see what has changed.

V1.1 | 22 SEP 15

Annual 2016 Update: Due to the type of update, we recommend that you cross-reference your book with the new update to see what has changed.

V1.0 | 7 FEB 15 | INITIAL RELEASE

Released 7 FEB 2015

THE COMPLETE CFII BINDER, NAV II EDITION

For Initial Instrument Flight Instructor Certification

AUGUST 2017 SEMI-ANNUAL UPDATE

The new August revision of The Complete CFII Binder, NAV II Edition is coming. We’re currently finishing up the final editing of the new release, and will be releasing it shortly. Please continue to check the changelog page, here on our website, for more details on the progress of the update.

  • Semi-Annual Update Progress 50%
V2.0 | 25 DEC 16 | Q3 & Q4 RELEASE | CURRENT VERSION

PREMIUM UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

  • Cross-Country Flight Planning, Chapter 9, Section 5: Removed “EST” from the example NOTAM made available for decoding. 1305011200-1312111200EST should show as 1305011200-1312111200, as this time is displayed in UTC, and NOT in Eastern Time.
  • Weather Information, Chapter 7, Section 6: Added Takeoff & Landing Performance Assessment (TALPA) and Runway Condition Assessment Matrix (RCAM). This is the new process for disseminating Runway Conditions that went into effect on October 1, 2016. This data can be found in the airport NOTAMS.
  • All Chapters/All Sections: Correction of typographical errors throughout the publication.
  • All Chapters/All Sections: Image credit has been added for all lessons.
V1.3 | 20 JUN 16 | Q2 RELEASE

PREMIUM UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

  • Flight Instruments & Navigational Equipment, Chapter 3, Section 3: Updated RVSM Altitude to show correct listing of RVSM Altitudes, FL 290 to FL 410.
  • Compliance with ATC Procedures & Clearances, Chapter 11, Section 2: Revised text that said that ODP’s are only textual. They are “normally” textual, however can be graphical, under more complex environments.
  • Navigation Systems, Chapter 13, Section 1: Added reference for AC-90-108, which discusses the permissible types of equipment that can be substituted (RNAV) to replace DME, or Ground Based Radio NAVAID’s.
  • Instrument Approach Procedures, Chapter 14, Section 2: Added a description of Angular Deviation vs. Lateral Deviation.
  • Airport Operations, Chapter 16, Section 3: Added the atmospheric criteria of when it is necessary to hold short of ILS Critical Areas.
V1.2 | 1 APR 16 | Q1 RELEASE

PREMIUM UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION – CONTENT REVISIONS/ADDITIONS

  • Preface, Chapter 1: Added Copyright Notice.
  • Logbook Entries For Instrument Instruction, Chapter 6: Revised total number of hours required for an instrument rating (as per §61.65(d)). Modified to show correct instrument experience requirement for the add-on rating.
  • Cross Country Flight Planning, Chapter 9 (SEC 3): Revised written text on the 1-2-3 rule for alternate requirements.
V1.1 | 5 FEB 16

Branding Update.

V1.0.6, 1.0.7, 1.0.8 | 8 OCT 15

Addressed minor text formatting problems. Added counter line, isotherm, and isotach definitions to weather information chapter. Revised compliance with ATC procedures chapter, Departure, Enroute, and Arrival section to include the two types of SIDS and to include the climb gradient equation.
Added altitudes and locations where a Mode C transponder is required in the flight instruments chapter, transponder lesson. Modified NDB & ADF Systems lesson, within the same chapter. Complete revision of executing procedure turns lesson, located in the Instrument Approach Procedures chapter. Added all types of procedure turns and added additional photos and clarification.

V1.0.3, 1.0.4 | 23 SEP 15

Various updates throughout the book, with the addition to LDA and SDF approaches in the IAP lesson. Added Airport Operations lesson to the book for the purposes of identifying precision runways. Formatting issues have been addressed.

V1.0.1 | 23 SEP 15

Updated a minor discrepancy in Chapter 13, holding procedures lesson. In the sub-section “Visualize The Hold The Easy Way, the hold was not being displayed correctly. It is recommended that you update this specific page in your printed binder immediately.

V1.0 | 22 SEP 15 | INITIAL RELEASE

THE COMPLETE MEI BINDER, PIPER SENECA I EDITION

For Initial Multi-Engine Flight Instructor Certification
V1.0 | TBD | INITIAL RELEASE

Coming Fall 2017.