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Old 03-10-2006, 11:53 AM   #1  
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Help! I've been given the task of training new folks in our PA-31-350 Navajo's. Simple enough, but I was wondering if anyone has some good training materials, pictures, etc that I could get a hold of. I'm putting together a training book, so anything would be great.

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Contact the New Piper Corporation. They have have materials for aircraft that are out of production. I was able to obtain information about the old Aztec.
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Thanks! I've purchased a POH from them, it ended up being a copy of a copy, so it's better than nothing but leaves a little to be desired.

In the past, I've put together powerpoint presentations with pics and schematics and stuff. I was hoping to find someone as nutty as me, who'd maybe put something together already. There were so many of these flying under Part 135 and in the corporate world....

Paying for materials isn't out of the question, either... but we all know what a 135 instructor makes, not much more than a Part 91 instructor makes. LOL.

Thanks again for the reply,

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My flight school did this for our B-100. We had a chance to log a few hours in it our senior year. The full time pilot took a number of picture of essential systems and made up a HUGE powerpoint. It looked pretty time-consuming. He also made photocopies of important portions of the POH including systems, and procedures.
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