March 9, 2013 - Nashua, NH - PilotWorkshop.com’s free app shows up as the #1 most-popular iPad app for Pilot Training in the App Store. The app features 20 free training videos and audios from PilotWorkshop’s team of nationally-recognized flight instructors. The 5 Star rated app runs on both iPad and iPhone and can be found by searching for PilotWorkshop or “pilot training” in the App Store, or at http://pilotworkshop.com/freeapp.
PilotWorkshop.com founder Mark Robidoux commented, “We wanted to provide pilots with a lot of solid information they can actually implement in their cockpit. In turn, pilots are voting with their downloads and made our app #1 for pilot training.” The videos and audios are taken from PilotWorkshops family of proficiency training products and cover topics like:
- Single Pilot IFR
- ATC communications
- Aviation weather
- and more
“We realize pilots are busy and often don’t have time to sit in front of a computer and watch a two-hour video. That’s why we organized our training in ten to 15-minute lessons. It lets a pilot listen to an audio or watch a video when they have a few minutes of downtime,” explained Robidoux. WINGS credits can be earned for completion of each series of workshops within the app.
PilotWorkshop.com LLC was founded in 2005 and is best-known for their free “Pilot’s Tip of the Week” emails [sign up] received by over 100,000 pilots each week. Created by their roster of nationally known flight instructors and experts, these tips cover single pilot IFR operations, weather, airmanship, ATC communications, emergencies and more using a unique, multi-media format. PilotWorkshop also creates and sells a range of pilot proficiency programs including their IFR Mastery scenario-based training.
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