The Navigation Computer is an analogue computer used to solve navigation and flight planning problems quickly and easily. The EASA regulations allow students to take the analogue computer of their choice into the General Navigation examination.

Navigation Computer calculations form a large part of the General Navigation EASA ATPL and Navigation PPL examination. Almost 25% of the exam comprises direct Navigation Computer questions and many of the other questions can often be solved faster with a Navigation Computer than by calculator. Rapid operation of the Navigation Computer is also fundamental to Flight Planning. It is essential that you learn to operate the Navigation Computer quickly and accurately. Those who do not make the effort to master it completely lose marks unnecessarily in exams.

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  • a fully functional version of the Navigation Computer
  • detailed instruction manual
  • more than 200 exercises to consolidate skills

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