We have compiled a list of links that can help you with your flight planning and training.
- Official FAA weather and flight plans (you'll need your student pilot license to register): www.duats.com
- Aviation weather and flight planning: skyvector.com
- AOPA (members-only) airport reference: www.aopa.org/members/airports/
- Live and recorded ATC transmissions: LiveATC.net
- AOPA Air Safety Foundation online courses: www.aopa.org/asf/online_courses/
- Free FAA practice tests: www.sportys.com/studybuddy or www.webexams.com/
- Online pilot's shop for books, maps, etc.: www.sportys.com
- List of FAA approved aviation medical examiners, AME's: www.faa.gov/pilots/amelocator/. You need to ask for a third-class medical with a student's pilot certificate. Your student's pilot license will be on the back of the medical. You won't need this until just before you're ready to solo.
- If you'd like to have a 6-month free trial of the AOPA web site and Training Magazine, you can register at: www.ft.aopa.org/ftfree
- FAA Seattle Flight Standards District Office: www.faa.gov/about/office_org/field_offices/fsdo/sea/