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This revised and expanded edition covers some of the more advanced piloting skills required to fly a helicopter over difficult terrain or in demanding circumstances.
Mountains and hills present some of the most frequently encountered problems, as do adverse weather conditions, winter operations, carrying loads, forced landings, and rescue or other special operations. This book gives sound guidance and advice on how to evaluate and deal with many of these situations.
This is the FAA’s primary resource for helicopter operations knowledge; it is essential reading for applicants preparing for knowledge exams with a helicopter class rating.
The Helicopter Instructor's Handbook is an authentic FAA document, and a primary resource for teaching helicopter operations.
A common guide to Joe Schafer's maintenance manual containing over 1,300 questions and answers to help students revise the subjects covered in "Helicopter Maintenance" with covers Helicopters in use today, Principles of Flight, Documentation, Publications and Historical Records, Helicopter Fundamentals, The Main Rotor System, Mast and Flight Controls, Main Rotor Transmissions, Powerplants, Tail Rotors, Airframes and Special Purpose Equipment. Written in concise, simple language and packed with photographs and illustrations.
A vital resource for pilots, helicopter enthusiasts, and aircraft maintenance technicians, Fatal Traps for Helicopter Pilots analyzes all aspects of helicopter accidents, including flight basics, engineering, meteorology, flight training, and human factors. This life-saving guide shows how proper preparation can help prevent accidents by addressing causes such as aerodynamic problems, mechanical failures, poor loading, mid-air collisions, and more.