A & M Aviation

130 S. Clow International Pkwy, Suite B
Bolingbrook, IL 60490

(630) 759-1555

Hours: 8AM - 5PM 7 days a week
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Multimedia Resources

We know that it may not always be convenient to come into the office or meet with an instructor, so we present here some things that you can peruse at your leisure on your MP3 player or your computer.

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FAASTeam Safety Standdown

The 2012 FAASTeam Safety Standdown concentrated on an Enhanced Preflight and Maneuvering Flight. Watch these and other videos on FAA TV.

Scenario ONE -- Scenario TWO -- Scenario THREE -- Scenario FOUR

Filing an FAA ICAO Flight Plan

Practical Exams

Practical Exams or checkrides can be traumatic events for everyone, so Leslie Henninger, a Designated Pilot Examiner (DPE) for the DuPage (IL) Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) has put together a number of presentations describing what a DPE looks for when giving you a practical exam.
Ms. Henninger has more than 9000 hours of instruction time and is based out of Midway airport. She provides her services throughout the Chicago area.
She has graciously allowed us to provide these three recordings made at seminars she's given. If you prefer not to download them or want a larger screen, you can come to the office, where they're available for loan for free.
Ms. Henninger can be reached at (630) 323-0429.
Private and Commercial Pilot Airplane Practical Exam

Instrument Airplane Practical Exam

Multi-engine and Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) Airplane Practical Exam

Flying the Chicago Lakefront

Jim Harvilchuck, chief pilot at A & M Aviation, talks through how to fly the VFR corridor from Lake Michigan, along the Eisenhower Expressway, to the western suburbs.
160MB audio (mp3)

Disclaimer: These values for comparison only and are not to be considered official numbers.  It is the Pilot in Command's responsibility to verify any numbers used in calculating performance against official numbers found in the airplane's Operating Handbook.