Helicopter Pilot's Manual Vol 3 - Mountain Flying and Advanced Techniques
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 manual deepens the knowledge necessary to acquire piloting skills in the most extreme conditions.
Norman Bailey completes with this third book the series of "The Helicopter Pilot's Manual", a series of enormous value for the training of those students who want to acquire greater skills in the matter.
Its comprehensive reading, as well as the images, drawings and figures inside in full color, facilitate the arduous task of learning.
Among other topics of enormous importance, it deals with the problems of mountains and hills, as well as adverse weather conditions, winter operations, cargo transport, forced landings and rescue operations or other special operations.
Norman Bailey first learned to fly in the Army Air Corps and later graduated from the RAF Central Flight School for Helicopter Instructors. He is a CAA helicopter examiner and was a member of the UK Helicopter Examination Panel from 1976 to 1986. He lives in Manchester.
Author: Norman Bailey
Publisher: The Crowood, England
Format: Soft tops
Size: 23.4 cm. x 15.6 cm.
Nº of pages: 128