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Commercial and Airline Transport Pilot Home Study Kit with Far Aim

Everything for Commercial and Air Transport Pilot (ATP) Library and Study Kit

Make your flying hobby your profession. Includes handbooks, test standards and question banks.

Satisfaction Fully Guaranteed!

Download ($8.95)

Is it time to make flying a source of your income?  You'll be fully prepared for both these certifications with this material.  This Kit categorizes and presents FAA reference materials and many extras in a convenient, easy-to-use and follow electronic format for your success (see listing of content below). Study guides necessarily reference these official FAA documents.  In many cases, they are the same documents sold by the recognized companies for many times more. In all cases, the material is the final authority in testing and regulatory questions and is as good as or better than what is sold at many times the cost. I have also included many time and money saving tools available on the disk and reference to online tools to assist with planning, weather and training. All are free with this disk. Save your money for flight time.  


Numerous companies (Jeppesen, King, ASA, etc) make a living supplying this information in slightly different formats. Jeppesen Commercial Pilot Kit costs over $250, and they don't offer material for ATP study and refreshers:


  • Commercial Manual (List price: $84.49)
  • Commercial Syllabus (List price: $17.49)
  • Commercial Practical Test Standards (List price: $6.49)
  • Commercial Rating Airmen Knowledge Test Guide (List price: $23.95)
  • Commercial Pilot FAA Exam Package (List Price 39.95)
  • Commercial Test preparation software (List price: $159.95)

This CD lists all the documents that will prepare you for flying commercial all the way to Airline Transport Pilot.  Home study curriculums individually developed by students should be compiled from material described in the applicable FAA knowledge test guide.  This library compiles those materials and many extras on a CD in one place.   


Easy to Use

Everything is laid out in a logical order with an explanation of why each document is important for certification and continued success.  I have tried to include only what is most meaningful.  All documents are in the original FAA format with the download to your computer.  All are fully indexed and searchable for key terms.  The detail, explanations and graphics are outstanding.


Up to Date

Each document is the current version as of the date of creation. Almost everything else I've seen is out of date.  You’ll also be subscribed to updates of this information by download when it changes for 1 year.


Guaranteed Success


Simply return the disk if you are not satisfied.  The material in this library is compiled from publicly available sources and research and documents created during my pilot training.  I continue to reference it to stay current and plan flights. 



You’ll also be subscribed to updates of this information when it changes for 1 year. Please send an email to pilots@jit-technologies.com with the subject “Commercial Subscription” if contact information changes. Feedback is also welcome at this email.



Learning & Study Materials



Airplane Flying Handbook

FAA Handbook

Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge

FAA Handbook

Instrument Flying Handbook

FAA Handbook

Instrument Procedures Handbook

FAA Handbook

Aviation Weather Services

Advisory Circular (AC)

Aviation Weather For Pilots and Flight Operations Personnel


FAA Accident Prevention Program Bulletins

FAA Pamphlet 8740 series

Rules of Thumb for Avoiding or Minimizing Encounters with Clear Air Turbulence 

AC 00-30

Aviation Safety Reporting Program  

AC 00-46

Carbon Monoxide (CO) Contamination in Aircraft Detection and Prevention 

AC 20-32B

Airplane Flight manuals (AFM), Approved Manual Materials, Markings, and Placards Airplanes 

AC 60-6B

Certification; Pilot and Flight Instructors and Ground Instructors

AC 61-65C

Stall and Spin Awareness Training

AC 61-67C

Operations of Aircraft at Altitudes Above 25,000 Feet MSL and/or Mach Numbers (Mmo) Greater Than .75

AC 61-107

Aircraft Wake Turbulence

AC 90-23

Pilots’ Role in Collision Avoidance 

AC 90-48

Water, Slush, and Snow on the Runway 

AC 91-6A

Cold Weather Operation of Aircraft

AC 91-13

Safety In and Around Helicopters

AC 91-32

Importance of Transponder Operation and Altitude Reporting

AC 91-50,

Minimum Equipment Requirements for General Aviation Operations Under FAR Part 91

AC 91-67

Private Carriage Versus Common Carriage of Persons or Property 

AC 120-12A

Aircraft Weight and Balance Control

AC 120-27

Transport Category Airplanes Cabin Ozone Concentrations

AC 120-38

The Influence of Beards on Oxygen Mask Efficiency

AC 120-43

Communication and Coordination Between Flight Crewmembers and Flight Attendants

AC 120-48

Operational Landing Distances for Wet Runways; Transport Category Airplanes 

AC 121.195

Standards for Airport Markings 

AC 150/5340-1

Testing Resources


Commercial Rating Knowledge Test Guide

FAA Guide

Airline Transport Pilot Test Guide

FAA Guide

Commercial Rating Practical Test Standards for Airplane, LTA, Glider


Airline Transport Pilot and Aircraft Type Rating Practical Test Standards for Airplane


Reference Materials and Subject Matter Knowledge Codes for Airman Knowledge Testing


Airman Knowledge Test Question Bank Commercial Pilot

Question Bank

Airman Knowledge Test Question Bank Airline Transport Pilot

Question Bank

Computer Test Supplement


Test Site List


Average Test Scores




Federal Aviation Regulations CFR/FAR

FAR / 14 CFR Aviation

Transportation Safety NTSB CFR Part 830&831


Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM)

NTSB CFR parts 830 and 831

Aeronautical Information Publication




Free Practice Written Testing:

access to online practice testing


How to get current weather on-line

Airport Approach Charts and Information

Where to get IFR charts for any airport free on-line

Real-Time Airport Status

Where to get airport delay information  on-line

Airline On-Time Statistics

Where to get on-time statistics for any commercial flight

Air Safety

Where to get NTSB on Accident & Incident Reports on-line

Notices to Airmen  (NOTAMS)

Where to get the current NOTAMS that change every 28 days

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