Digital Aviation Training releases Aircraft Structures, an interactive iPad application to train aspiring airline pilots

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Digital Aviation Training has released an educational iPad application on aircraft systems for those wishing to fly the most advance aircraft the airlines have to offer. If you want to become an airline pilot, these applications will be of interest.

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Aircraft Structures

The program matches the way airline pilots learn, as a professional in the industry delivers this, it adds substantially to the programs authority

‘Aircraft Structures’ is the first in a series of learn anytime, anywhere interactive tutorials for aspiring pilots to study on their iPad, and taught by a professional airline instructor.

The founder of Digital Aviation Training has taught airline pilots on the Boeing 747-400 and the MD-90 aircraft, and is a qualified Commercial Pilot. He has helped produce numerous Computer Based Training programs for a number of airlines and the Royal Air Force. Aspiring pilots can now share in his expertise and begin to gain a comprehensive knowledge of the academic subjects associated with pilot training.

The series of short iPad modules are designed to build upon one another to provide students with a secure educational foundation, one that will enhance their future flying careers. The program matches the way airline pilots learn, as a professional in the industry delivers this, it adds substantially to the programs authority.

The apps function is to develop students understanding of aircraft systems, thereby enabling them to attain the necessary knowledge they require to accelerate there path towards the cockpit of a major airline. Aspiring airline pilots must continually keep learning and developing; it’s the only way to succeed in the competitive environment of aviation.

The company is confident that this, and the following iPad applications yet to be released in the series, will help potential pilots to achieve their goal of becoming one of the elite future aviators.

With the use of illustrations, animations and professionally narrated throughout, the ‘Aircraft Structures’ program is designed to guide students effortlessly through the three major topics of aircraft loads, the fuselage and the wing structure. Each topic providing them with a detailed command of the individual structures required in the building of a typical pressurised jet transport aircraft. The program is extremely simple to navigate and intuitive in its design.

Releasing it on the iPad enables students to study on a train, bus, car, plane, airport, café or wherever they wish, they simply put their headphones on, and then learn at their own convenience, at their own pace, in their own time.

The application is available now in the Apple App Store, under the education category or you can visit their website at to learn more. A great career is ahead of young people wishing to enter the industry, so they must prepare well, and use the best training materials available to them. The company insists that they won’t go far wrong by studying with Digital Aviation Training.

‘Aircraft Structures’ students will be provided with an understanding of the following subjects:

  •     Aircraft Loads

o    Typical Loads on an aircraft
o    Elastic properties
o    Structural Safe-Life
o    Fail-Safe structures
o    Damage Tolerant structures

  •          Aircraft Fuselage

o    Monocoque structures
o    Semi-Monocoque structures
o    Effects of pressurisation
o    Flight-Deck windows
o    Passenger Cabin windows    

  •                  Aircraft Wings

o    Aircraft wing spars
o    Aircraft wing ribs
o    Aircraft wing stringers
o    Aircraft wing torsion box
o    Program Summary

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