Computer Accuracy is an event where competitors use a manual flight computer to solve flight related mathematical problems. They range in difficulty, from simple unit conversions to complex radius of action calculations. This is a challenging event that requires great speed, precision and a mastery of the flight computer. Join us and experience the excitement this event brings, you will definitely not regret it!

Example Questions:

How many feet are in a nautical mile?
Your mighty PT6 burns 40 gallons of Jet A per hour. You have burned 28 gallons flying direct from DAB to SSI (119nm), what is your groundspeed?
You are cruising in the north practice area at 110 knots. You decide to tune in the OMN VOR and notice you went from the 330 radial to the 350 radial in 6 minutes. What is your distance to the station?