The design of ASA's Holding Pattern Visualiser not only displays the appropriate entry procedure for both standard and nonstandard patterns (direct, parallel, or teardrop), but also depicts how pilots get to this entry, given their current aircraft heading. Holding pattern practice is now part of the instrument currency requirements (every 6 months, instrument-rated pilots must execute 6 instrument approaches and practice intercepting and tracking a NAVAID, as well as holding procedures). Although holding patterns may be used on any instrument flight, holding clearances are issued infrequently enough for pilots to get a little rusty on the procedures. Visualising a holding pattern from a current position is one of the more challenging aspects of instrument flight. A perfect learning tool for experienced instrument pilots, students, and convenient instructional aid for flight instructors.