EASA Professional Pilot Studies
Based on the author's approved EASA distance learning course, it's a reference book covering the breadth of the ATPL curriculum at the appropriate level, so you can use it before, during and after your exams.
Fully recommended, it's a reference book for students to Pilot, which includes the necessary information for technical exams and interviews. It contains everything pilots should carry in their flight bag.
A complete study guide containing the Syllabus needed for training and ATPL exams according to EASA:
Instruments and Electronics
Loading and Centering
Flight planning and supervision
Human actions and limitations
Principles of Flight
Author: Phil Croucher
Publisher: Electrocution Technical Publishers
Format: Soft cover
Size: 21 cm. x 4 cm. x 29.5 cm
No. of pages: 700
According to its author, Phil Croucher:
Just as important as passing the exams is becoming a real professional. This manual seeks to do just that, the exams are just one step on the way, to be a pilot you have to have more than just basic knowledge.
Based on the author's EASA approved distance learning course, it is a reference book that covers the breadth of the ATPL curriculum at the appropriate level, so that it can be used before, during, and after the exams.
It provides an overview of the entire curriculum.
This book is intended for a variety of readers:
-those who want to see what they're getting into.
-Those who want to do some pre-study before starting a flight course.
-Those who cannot understand the materials of the course they are already in.
-Those who want a reminder of the problems they've been through.
People who are trying to keep up while waiting for a job or an interview to show up will also find it useful.
In fact, there are many things on their pages that they don't teach you in flight school, and many that they should teach you, if it weren't for the time constraints - many professional tips and tricks have been included to help make your transition to being a working pilot as easy as possible. Much of the content is based on common questions asked during recurrent training, and familiar exam questions, and includes the usual topics, i.e. radio, weather, law, flight planning, etc.