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- 308 Pages
- 538 Colored graphics, graphs and pics
- 132 Text pages (English)
- 132 Graphic Pages
- 166 Formulas
- 84 Tables General Directory, Specific Directory Complete Directory
- Keyword Index
This book synthesizes the meteorological knowledge required by the European EASA Part-FCL regulations for future pilots. It’s clear and concise wording allows an easy and practical handling by the reader.
The abundance of graphs, schemes, illustrations and diagrams, as well as photographs and images of remote sensing and meteorological maps provided by the INM, support and complement the text and makes easier its comprehension.
Written by Blanca González López, Licentiate in Physical Sciences and predictive analyst of the National Center of Prediction of the State Agency of Meteorology.
In this book, Dr. D.C. Velasco Díaz analyzes how the human factor is involved in most air accidents and how it is necessary to know the causes that originate them in order to avoid them.
Low pressures, low temperatures, meteorological phenomena, etc. pose problems that the pilot must face. Technological and instrumental development have facilitated flight, but at the same time challenges have arisen from the same technological advance. It is well known that most of the statistics on air accidents consider that the human factor is involved in more than eighty percent of them.
Text adapted to European regulations, which leads the reader to become familiar with the human factor responsible for flight and with integration into the air environment, in order to increase their safety.
This survival guide for new pilots identifies the pitfalls waiting inside the killing zone, the period from 50 to 350 flight hours when they leave their instructors behind and fly as pilot in command for the first time. Although they're privately certified, many of these unseasoned aviators are unaware of the potential accidents that lie ahead while trying to build decision-making skills on their own -- many times falling victim to inexperience.
El derecho constituye el marco en que, a diario, se desarrolla nuestra vida cotidiana. Como tal, y con mayor razón, debe ser la referencia para el desenvolvimiento del piloto en un ámbito cada vez más sofisticado y que demanda una mayor preparación en su personal.
Sharpen your math skills for the interview as well as for the cockpit, with these great tips for figuring math problems in your head without paper or calculator.
The pilot develops a good part of his aeronautical life inside a flight deck. In it, the multiple parameters that allow the control of the aircraft are presented through different "indicators" or instruments.
From the primitive cabins, where each of these instruments presented a specific data or value, to the most modern flight cabins, where the concept of "glass cabin" allows for a simplification of the presentations used, the book aims to cover all the evolutionary development that has marked the history of Aviation, focusing mainly on those systems, equipment or instruments that continue to shape mainly the configuration of the cabins of the aircraft that are still operating today.
A manual for pilots that includes all the rules, procedures and techniques necessary for anyone who wants to get started in aeronautical phraseology, as well as for those professionals who want to refresh and update their knowledge acquired long ago.
This work aims to promote the use of a standardized and normalized phraseology that allows the correct exchange of messages avoiding communication problems or misunderstandings between pilots and controllers.
This book, adapted to European regulations, has been designed to offer an easy understanding of its contents to a wide range of professionals in the aviation world: pilots, maintenance technicians, flight attendants; and in general to all those passionate about the aeronautical field.
Book, by J.A. Toledano Manchego and G. Fernández Arnedo, that stands out for not being one more of those books that talk about the basic principles of air navigation and/or the advances obtained by the application of new technologies, but an entertaining and enriching work that shows the matter in a very practical way.
This third edition, revised and enlarged, stands out for compiling in its totality the knowledge of the new European Normative.
It is enormously useful as a training tool for future pilots as well as for those professionals who want to have a personal or professional consultation tool.
Whether or not the trial lesson you have booked is a gift or you have decided to find out about flying for yourself, you will find that the experience will be greatly enhanced if you have read through this short guide in advance. You do not need to learn the contents of this guide, but you will find that some of the terminology and jargon will be less of a mystery when your instructor 'briefs' you for the lesson. Take a few minutes to review the contents, then go, and enjoy what will surely be the first of many happy hours aloft!
Includes all of the information required by the FAA for in-flight operations. A "must" for all pilots.
by Jason Blair
Practical skills and tips for flying between 10,000 and 25,000 feet MSL.
A powerful new resource for flight instructors and their students, with insights into the challenges of training in the new millennium.