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Treaty in which the bases of practical and theoretical knowledge of the acrobatic figures are made known, so that the pilot achieves security in the execution of the same and precision in their execution.
The book "Vuelo Seguro" is written by D. Ramón Alonso Pardo, acrobatic flight world champion.
It is a simple book to read where you learn how to recover a loss or a spiral, among many other things, as well as other situations that can occur in any routine flight. Intended for all those who begin in the wonderful world of Acrobatics.
Subtitled Secrets of the Successful CFI, this book provides a wealth of information for instructors to keep students coming in and keep their training effective.
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.
A collection of anecdotes covering aviation expert Bill Kershner’s most memorable experiences.
Traditionally known as the "red book of maneuvers", this manual is an excellent learning and teaching aid for instructors and students, covering all flight maneuvers required for Private, Sport, Commercial and Flight Instructor certification.
Each maneuver is represented in detail according to the type of aircraft on which the lesson will be conducted, establishes the objective of the task, and lists the FAA Certification Standards required.
Fully illustrated with 64 drop-down pages showing each complete maneuver on one page for the reader to absorb all visual/textual information at once.
Outstanding for its clarity and readability, this book covers such diverse topics as slip tips, takeoff techniques, crosswind landings, scud running, flying the ILS, emergency tactics, and multi-engine flying.
Join authors J.D. Lewis and LeRoy Cook in a detailed exploration of the incredible Cessna Caravan.
FAA official handbook (FAA-H-8083-9A), a comprehensive resource for all instructors.
Beginning or part-time flight instructors (CFIs) are not always fully aware of what to expect as a student pilot progresses through the flight training process. In Teaching Flight, author LeRoy Cook lends his halfcentury of experience as a guide to motivate, inspire, and mentor new instructors.
The latest in Schiff's series goes even beyond the wealth of flying know-how readers gained from The Proficient Pilot, Volumes 1 and 2.
Since the first edition of this manual published in 1962, it has long been a standard reference for veteran pilots preparing for the commercial knowledge and flight tests.
This book explains in detail how to fly an airplane that has the “tailwheel” type of landing gear — the taildragger.
Fourth Edition by Bob Gardner
The essentials of a complete multi-engine training program with study questions, written exam, and syllabus. Covers the aerodynamic fundamentals that govern multi-engine flight.