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Jeppesen vs. Gleim

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Just a quick question, I notice in videos and pictures of other flight schools, how they seem to use a Jeppesen logbook for their students. My school uses the Gleim software, which includes a logbook, FAR/AIM, PPL course books etc. Between these 2 materials (Gleim and Jeppesen) are either one better than the other, as far as the logbooks go and other training materials?

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  1. Sam Dawson on Jul 18, 2013

    Personally I like the Jeppesen products better and it is what I used as an independent CFI. Down side to Jeppesen has been their customer support for training products, though this is not much of an issue with their texts.

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  2. Mr NineThreeKilo on Jul 21, 2013

    It’s a logbook, they are really all 95% the same, doesnt matter much, pick the one you think looks the coolest for all it matters!

    As for the study materiel, I would vote for neither of the two, buy the King school programs, they are really the industry standard and what I have all my guys buy (even though I dont make any money on it).

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