Pooleys

Pooleys

A family run business and the oldest of its kind in the industry, Pooleys commenced its many aviation activities in 1957, becoming a Limited Company in 1961 and opening it's present factory at Cranfield in 1966. Most of the products on this site are from this factory.

In 1957 Pooleys made their first Knee Board. In 1962 company published their first Flight Guide (Europe) and in 1964 the first UK Flight Guide. The very first CRP-1 Computer was produced in 1964 with input from the Civil Aviation Authority among others and was followed by the CRP-5 in 1966. The CRP-1 and in particular CRP-5 computers are now the standard recognised computer for commercial and ATPL pilot training.

Pooleys published their first technical book ‘Aerobatics’ (Airlife) in 1974 and in 1995 took over the manufacture of the Aviat series of Flight Computers. In 2000 Pooleys published the first of their JAR ATPL Airline Pilots Manuals and commenced the publishing of Pooleys Air Presentations, the aviation ground school OHP transparencies. Pooleys opened its first wholesale and retail shop in Africa at Grand Central Airport, Johannesburg in June 2002.

All the aviation training publications that Pooleys produce have been closely scrutinised by the CAA and are all LASORS recommended reading.

Pooleys have set the industry standard in so many areas of manufacturing and publishing of aviation products for pilots that other companies, over the years, have strived to emulate. Pooleys equipment is now sold to over 40 countries around the world.

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