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Airport Management is an up-to-date and industry-relevant textbook providing useful insight into all aspects of airports. With more than a decade of experience as an airport administrator, author Dr. Daniel Prather, A.A.E., CAM, provides a valuable, real-world perspective with an emphasis on the practical application required for the successful management and operation of airports.
IFR operations and procedural handbook for real-world use; explains for instrument-rated pilots how best to use the system they've been trained for.
FAA 8083-1B reprint contains helpful information on weight and balance for pilots, flight engineers, and aviation maintenance technicians (AMTs).
Examines Federal Aviation Regulations governing air carrier operations. Helps readers gather the background information they need to identify relevant regulations and apply them to their operation.
This FAA handbook provides knowledge for earning the Aviation Maintenance Technician certificate, Airframe section. The FAA Airframe test questions are drawn from here. Last updated in 2012, this new edition has been updated to reflect current technologies, equipment and procedures.
How to fly your airplane through all the maneuvers for Private and Commercial certification.
All the aeronautical knowledge required to pass the FAA exams, IFR checkride, and operate as an Instrument-Rated pilot. Volume 3 of the series.
The ICAO/FAA IFR PROCEDURES handbook is edited in an attractive readable format illustrated with numerous drawings and tables. The book explains commercial and airline pilots the differences between ICAO and FAA Instrument Flight Procedures. In contrast to the FAA open access policy, pilots rarely have access to ICAO Documents (subscription or a fee is required), that’s why this book is unique; there is no other book in the world that includes both procedures in one document.
This book, Number 12 in the series of 14, entitled Operational Procedures, covers the EASA ATPL syllabus and Learning Objectives for this subject and also includes specimen revision and test questions and answers.
Operators of aircraft must ensure that both aircrew and ground crew comply with all procedures required by national and international law, and that crews have access to all information essential to the safe conduct of flights and associated activities, whether in the air or on the ground.
This book deals with ICAO annexes, EU-OPS and NAT MNPS documents relevant to these requirements.
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.