The Air Pilot's Manual Vol.3 Navigation
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.
Basic Navigation Theory
Using the Flight Navigation Computer
PPL Radio Navigation
Practice Questions after each Chapter