ASA Releases New Aviation Mechanic Handbook

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ASA Releases New Version Of The Aviation Mechanic Handbook

AviationASA (Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc.) has brought out the newest version of The Aviation Mechanic Handbook, which is a handy toolbox-size reference for professionals and hobbyists alike. The new seventh edition has been updated to reflect current procedures, and adds information on welding, turbine engines, and troubleshooting.

This standard reference for the industry is based on the long-in-print original by Dale Crane. Excerpted and compiled from stacks of government reference publications, it contains information critical to maintaining an aircraft. Quickly reference a range of topics including applicable mathematics, conversions and formulas, aircraft nomenclature, material and tool identification, scales, charts, diagrams and more.

The stay-flat flexible spiral binding is easy on all surfaces, and the tabbed pages make finding chapters easy. Softcover, indexed, black and white with some color illustrations, 4-7/8″ x 7-1/8″, 392 pages offered at $16.95 The printed version is available at many local FBOs, bookstores and online retailers. The publication is also available as e-Book (PDF) selling directly through ASA2Fly at $11.95.

About ASA2Fly.com

Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc. has been providing trusted aviation training products for more than 75 years to flight instructors, aviation maintenance technicians, air traffic controllers, career aviators, students, remote pilots and drone operators. ASA’s pilot supplies, software, and publications are supported with integrity, consistency, superior quality, and the best customer service in the industry. Corporate headquarters are located at 7005 132nd Place SE, Newcastle, WA 98059

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