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List of products by brand Pooleys

THE AIR PILOTS MANUAL: 1. FLYING TRAINING, 2. AIR LAW & METEOROLOGY, 3. NAVIGATION, 4. THE AEROPLANE TECHNICAL, 5. RADIO NAVIGATION & INSTRUMENT FLYING, 6. HUMAN FACTORS & PILOT PERFORMANCE, 7. COMMUNICATIONS.

HUMAN PERFORMANCE FOR PILOTS SIMPLIFIED, METEOROLOGY FOR PILOTS SIMPLIFIED, NAVIGATION FOR PILOTS SIMPLIFIED, A GUIDE TO EU-OPS 1 AND JAR-OPS 3, TRIAL FLIGHT GUIDE, FLIGHT CALCULATOR.

Pooleys is a family business founded in 1957. It has become a highly respected company in the aviation industry worldwide, as a leading aviation manufacturer and publisher, for pilot training and flight equipment.

In 2000 they published the first of their ATPL Airline Pilot Manuals and began publication of Pooleys Air Presentations, the PPL series of ground flying schools.

€5.96

Whether or not the trial lesson you have booked is a gift or you have decided to find out about flying for yourself, you will find that the experience will be greatly enhanced if you have read through this short guide in advance. You do not need to learn the contents of this guide, but you will find that some of the terminology and jargon will be less of a mystery when your instructor 'briefs' you for the lesson. Take a few minutes to review the contents, then go, and enjoy what will surely be the first of many happy hours aloft!

€28.75

Over 200,000 copies sold, this is the 4th of 7 volumes in a leading and most highly respected series of manuals for the training of private pilots. Constantly updated, edited and revised, by a highly qualified team. Thus making this series, a long recognised comprehensive reference available to both the student and instructor and is the standard reference for the CAA PPL examinations.

€28.75

With over 200,000 copies sold this is the seventh of 7 volumes in this leading and most highly respected series of manuals for the training of the private pilot. Constantly updated, edited and revised by a highly qualified team headed by Captain Peter Godwin who is a current Flying Instructor (FI), Flight Instructor Examiner (FIE), Instrument Rating Examiner and CAA CPL examiner, this series has long been recognised as the most comprehensive reference available to both the student and instructor and is the standard reference for the CAA PPL examinations.

€28.75

Volume 3 of The Air Pilot’s Manual – Air Navigation – presents this important area of training for the Private Pilot’s License in a logical sequence of theory, preparation and performance. The Cockpit is a difficult environment in which to learn as with the other volumes of The Air Pilot’s Manual, in Air Navigation we have avoided the presentation of ‘facts only’. A thorough understanding of the principles will enable you to gain maximum benefit from your actual navigation exercise flights. This approach will enable you to become a competent pilot/navigator and will also help to minimise your flight training hours. (It does, however, mean that our book is a little longer than it could be if the aim was only to cram in facts without a reasonable understanding.) In determining the order in which the information is presented, care has been taken to keep things as logical and practical as possible.

€28.75

So many changes have taken place in the last ten years, necessitating legislative updates and the consequential implementation into practice throughout the flight training industry, that it has been necessary to produce several new editions. This edition again updates both the Aviation Law and Meteorology sections and takes account of the widespread availability of briefing materials for pilots via the internet. Additionally changes introduced by EASA have been included. The EASA Aircrew Regulation came into force on 8th April 2012 and these requirements have been included in this edition. As before, unique in PPL training manuals, you will find throughout the text comprehensive references to the source documents and relative section numbers.

€78.51

Designed particularly for the professional pilot, it includes all necessary functions for the commercial and airline transport pilot examinations. Circular slide rule side with clear durable cursor. For calculation and conversion of temperature, time, distance, volume, altitude, speed, weight, fuel, endurance, multiplication and division, 1 in 60 rule, compressibility correction etc. Coloured scales and lettering enhance operation and clarity.

Wind triangle side incorporating sliding scale with speed range of 40-1000 and measuring scales on outside edges of 1:500,000 NM, 1:250,000 NM, Inches and mm. Clear rotating disc for lead pencil plotting.

For calculation of heading and groundspeed, wind velocity, head and crosswind components etc.

€28.75

Over 200,000 copies sold, this is the 6th of 7 volumes in a leading and most highly respected series of manuals for the training of private pilots. Constantly updated, edited and revised, by a highly qualified team. Thus making this series, a long recognised comprehensive reference available to both the student and instructor and is the standard reference for the CAA PPL examinations.

€12.50

This pilot guide covers the private pilot Meteorology syllabus.

Written in layman’s terms with numerous illustrations makes it simple to understand.

Covers the American, Australian, British and the proposed European JAA Private Pilot Syllabuses on Meteorology.

Captain John Swan holds JAA and FAA Professional Pilot Licences. He learnt to fly in England and continued his training in America where he flew both aeroplanes and helicopters. He currently flies Agusta 109s and is a designated examiner for the Irish Aviation Authority. Prior to undertaking a flying career he studied Mechanical Engineering at Portsmouth Polytechnic, graduation with an Honours Degree.

€28.75

Over 200,000 copies sold, this is the 1st of 7 volumes in a leading and most highly respected series of manuals for the training of private pilots. Constantly updated, edited and revised, by a highly qualified team. Thus making this series, a long recognised comprehensive reference available to both the student and instructor and is the standard reference for the CAA PPL examinations.

€14.42

Practical guide that includes the complete program for obtaining the Private Pilot License.

It is an extremely useful manual, written in simple terms and with multiple illustrations to make the content easy to assimilate.

This third revised and updated edition adapts to the required link of theoretical knowledge of the JAR/FCL, to obtain the private pilot license, covering the navigation study programs of the United States and Europe.

€12.50

At last a pilot guide on Human Performance and Limitations that is:

Simple to understand being written in layman’s terms, keeping the jargon to a minimum.

Covering the JAA private pilots syllabus on Human Performance and Limitations.

Pertinent to the student through professional pilot. Although primarily aimed at pilots, other aviation personnel will find this guide a useful introduction to this relatively new field of aviation.

Captain John Swan holds JAA and FAA Professional Pilot Licences. He learnt to fly in England and continued his training in America where he flew both aeroplanes and helicopters. He currently flies Agusta 109s and is a designated examiner for the Irish Aviation Authority. Prior to undertaking a flying career he studied Mechanical Engineering at Portsmouth Polytechnic, graduation with an Honours Degree.

€18.37

The 5th Edition of A Guide to EU-OPS 1 & JAR-OPS 3 includes the addition of amendment 2 to EU-OPS 1. EU-OPS 1 & JAR-OPS 3 covers the operational requirements of any civil aircraft operated as a commercial air transport flight. EU-OPS 1 applies to aeroplane operators whose main place of business is within an EU Member State. Whereas JAR-OPS 3 applies to helicopter operators whose main place of business is within a JAA Member State.

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