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This practical book reveals the method for overcoming the fear of flying. Based on the courses that the company Wolters Kluwer Spain gives to overcome the fear that some people manifest: the fear of flying.
This guide written by an experienced airplane pilot and a psychologist specialized in self-control and relaxation therapies is the ideal one to overcome this problem present in 25% of the population.
Method with 20 years of experience and guaranteed by a 94% of effectiveness.
Book that gathers theoretical knowledge for the obtaining of the License of Private Pilot, in the matter of HUMAN FACTORS.
In this second edition totally updated, its author, D. Joaquín C. Adsuar, develops the official link of the joint requirements of Aviation (JAR).
This manual includes all those comments or questions that, in the opinion of the author, could contribute so that the fundamental objective doesn't move from the opportune learning to the simple passing of a test.
Desarrolla el temario oficial del Módulo 9, Factores Humanos, de la Parte-66 del Reglamento CE 2042/2003 de la Comisión (sobre el mantenimiento de la aeronavegabilidad de las aeronaves y productos aeronáuticos, componentes y equipos, y sobre la aprobación de las organizaciones y personal que participan en dichas tareas), conforme al dictamen del Comité de EASA, Agencia Europea de Seguridad Aérea (antes de esta normativa los textos estaban adaptados a la JAR). Dirigido a los estudiantes que quieran obtener la licencia A, B1 y B2 para poder ejercer de Técnico de Mantenimiento Aeromecánico, para los técnicos que trabajen en los centros 145 y quieran actualizar sus conocimientos, y para todo el personal de aeronáutica que esté interesado por los Factores Humanos.
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.
Essential for pilots and other aviation workers, this comprehensive guide contains a compilation of FAA and CAMI documents covering human factors for flight safety.
Being a safe pilot involves more than just checking the weather, submitting a flight plan, and performing it properly. Flying safely also requires pilots to assess their physical and mental health and to evaluate a number of situational factors.
This manual contains detailed FAA-approved recommendations for determining when a flight is "off-limits" and details that important decision, including medication, fatigue, trapped gases, vision impairment, spatial disorientation, carbon monoxide, etc.
Second volume edited by EDITORIAL CUMBRE, given the success of its first publication of Psycho-technical Test. It’s a complement to the previous one, very useful for the preparation of the most frequent tests in examinations of oppositions to different bodies, as well as the most common in selection exams.
It’s an indispensable book for a complete preparation in the tool of the Psycho-technical Test. These tests are currently one of the most relevant since they are carried out in the first phases of the personnel selection processes.
This book provides the necessary skills and competencies to successfully pass the main elimination tests that these tests involve.
According to the authors, Dale Wilson and Gerald Binnema, flying involves risks. Fortunately, most of these risks have been identified and managed to remarkably low levels. However, accidents still occur, and the key to successful flying is a thorough understanding of the risks and how to effectively manage them.
"Managing Risk: Best Practices for Pilots" uses actual aircraft accident examples, statistics, aviation safety studies, and the authors' more than 60 years of combined experience as pilots and flight safety educators to document and describe the 10 most significant accident threat categories, and shed light on the applicable human-factor issues that make pilots vulnerable to them.
It’s an enormously valuable book for Aeronautics as well as Aviation, Piloting and Flight Instruction.
Human Factors for General Aviation is a study of why aviation accidents happen through coverage of cockpit design, how your eyes and ears process information, factors that affect decision making, stress and the flight environment, personality factors, and how to use available resources more effectively.
From the Preface: Over 80% of the accidents in general aviation are caused by pilot error. It is the actions, reactions, and decisions of pilots that cause most accidents, not catastrophic failures of aircraft systems or air traffic control. Students learn to fly by studying the airplane, its systems, weather, and regulations governing flight. Seldom do they study the most critical component of flight, namely the human beings in the cockpit.
This volume - Jeppesen EAS ATPL Human Performance & Limitations - has been structured to not only provide all of the necessary information to pass the EASA-FCL examination. The subject Human Performance focuses on the human factor. The book conveys general aspects and models for accident prevention and flight safety. The flight physiology chapter deals with the physical environmental conditions and their impact on the human body. In the chapter in aviation psychology the reader is presented with information processing, human error and cooperation in the cockpit. Always up to date, printed on demand and using QR codes to provide animated graphics, this book presents this knowledge step-by-step.
This book, Number 8 in the series of 14, entitled Human Performance and Limitations, comprehensively covers the EASA ATPL syllabus and Learning Objectives for this subject and also includes specimen revision and test questions and answers.
It teaches the student pilot to appreciate the limitations of the human body operating in an aviation environment as well as dealing with all the aspects of the decision-making process relevant to the pilot.