DUATS Free aviation weather and flight planing available to U.S. pilots and student pilots who hold current medical certificates, flight instructors without current medicals, aviation ground instructors, glider/balloon pilots and other approved users in the U.S. aviation community.
AOPAAir safety foundation offers seminars and training articles for pilots. Also NOAA (responsible for aviation charting), the FAA’s Runway Safety Program Office, and ASF is now offering free, detailed airport taxi diagrams to all pilots via AOPA Online.
FAA FAA aviation information website. Contains all the FAA publications to download and view.
NTSB The National Transportation Safety Board is an independent Federal agency that investigates every civil aviation accident in the United States and significant accidents in the other modes of transportation
Adobe Free software for viewing and printing Adobe PDF files
Microsoft Download veiwer programs for microsoft product
Sunset Sunrise, Sunset, Moonrise, Moonset, and Twilight
AirNav AirNav provides free detailed aeronautical information on airports and navigational aids in the USA. It's also useful for some hangar flying on those days when the weather or the checkbook keep you on the ground.
Flight Explorer Find out the current status of any flights between major cities within the United States.
Call Back Is the monthly safety report issued by NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System. This is a must for the pilot that wants to learn from others mistakes.
ASRA Aviation saftey reporting system from NASA. It's a MUST have.