Over the years, the A2A community has grown not only in numbers, but in diversity. We have everyone from first-time-fliers to warbird pilots, to a 747 captains, modern military pilots, to flight instructors.
So we would like to open this new forum, as a universal place where people can go to get information, from engines, to flight planning, to aerobatics, to whatever you wish to know.
So, I want to start off by giving a link to our pilot’s manual for our latest aircraft, the Piper J-3 Cub. So much in this manual is universal, and can be applied to most aircraft. The Pilot’s Manual was written by Mitchell Glicksman, who aside from being a successful musician (shared a rehearsal space with Jimmy Hendrix, toured with 70’s super-group Yes), in college he minored in Aeronautics, and he has accumulated thousands of hours in all kinds of aircraft ranging from our beloved J-3 Cub to big radials to an F-105 Thunderchief pilot in the air force. Mitchell is but one of many talented people among us.
Here is the A2A J-3 Cub Pilot’s Manual:http://www.a2asimulations.com/wingsofsi ... Manual.pdf
This manual is just a great read for anyone interested in getting to know aviation and aircraft better.
So, let’s see if this forum can be of service to anyone interested in discussing and sharing their aviation knowledge.