Models

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Finding Models

Selection

Step 1: Select Type

Click on the appropriate type to see the various makes.
For longer lists, you may need to scroll down by using the scroll bar on the right side of the box.

Step 2: Select Make

Click on the appropriate make to see various models.
For longer lists, you may need to scroll down by using the scroll bar on the right side of the box.

Step 3: Select Model

Click on the model you are interested in to see available years.
For longer lists, you may need to scroll down by using the scroll bar on the right side of the box.

Step 4: Select Year

Click on the year of the model that you are interested in.
For longer lists, you may need to scroll down by using the scroll bar on the right side of the box.

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Search

Type

In the search box, enter any substring of the type of aircraft you are interested in. (e.g. “single engine piston”, etc.)
You may abbreviate words by entering part of a word. (e.g. “piston” returns results for single engine piston and multe engine piston.)
When entering more than one word, the search will only return results which have the same words in the same order.

Manufacturer

In the search box, enter any substring of the manufacturer of the aircraft you are interested in. (e.g. “beechcraft”, “cessna” etc.)
You may abbreviate words by entering part of a word. (e.g. “beech” returns results for Beechcraft.)

Model

In the search box, enter any substring of the model of the aircraft you are interested in. (e.g. “bonanza”, “golden eagle”, etc.)
You may abbreviate words by entering part of a word. (e.g. “210” returns results for “210 A” and “210 B”.)
Hyphens and spaces are ignored, so there is no need to enter them.

Product(s) to Search In

You have the option to search in any of our products, including products to which you do not subscribe. You will not see the actual data when you don’t subscribe, but it will tell you for which models exist in the product.
You may also choose to search in “All Products” or “Subscribed Products”. In these cases, you will see colored icons, which represent an existing data report for a given product.
This pull-down should default to the product you are currently in, or “All Products” if you are in the My EQW page.

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Breadcrumb Trail

On all of the product pages, just below the product name, you will find a series of links, known as the breadcrumb trail, which help in navigating the products. (e.g. “Aircraft Bluebook Home > Aircraft Bluebook > Multi Engine Piston > Cessna (Cessna Aircraft Company)”).
This line is a series of links separated by “>” symbols, which together completely describe the location of the current page you are on.
Clicking on any of the links takes you to the corresponding page that is before your current page in the breadcrumb trail. (e.g. in the example above, clicking on “ > Multi Engine Piston” takes you to the “Select Type” page with the breadcrumb, “Aircraft Bluebook Home > Aircraft Bluebook > Multi Engine Piston”)

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Cross Product Navigation

When using or browsing multiple products, you may easily jump between the products by clicking on the product tab at the top of the screen.
If the equivalent data is available in the product you select, the corresponding page will be displayed.
If the equivalent data is not available in the product you select, a message will be displayed telling you that this data is not found. In this case, you may want to use the breadcrumb trail to find similar models.
You can return to your selection in the previous product by clicking on its tab.

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