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For those who join the aeronautical world, from primary, secondary or professional studies. For future professionals, experienced professionals or simply lovers of the subject.
A book to know the environment of the airplane and everything that is done around it: the rules, the future of professions, myths, concepts, curiosities, and so on.
It is a contact with the reality of the plane and its environment, often studied in a theoretical and impractical way.
This book synthesizes the meteorological knowledge required by the European EASA Part-FCL regulations for future pilots. It’s clear and concise wording allows an easy and practical handling by the reader.
The abundance of graphs, schemes, illustrations and diagrams, as well as photographs and images of remote sensing and meteorological maps provided by the INM, support and complement the text and makes easier its comprehension.
Written by Blanca González López, Licentiate in Physical Sciences and predictive analyst of the National Center of Prediction of the State Agency of Meteorology.
The pilot develops a good part of his aeronautical life inside a flight deck. In it, the multiple parameters that allow the control of the aircraft are presented through different "indicators" or instruments.
From the primitive cabins, where each of these instruments presented a specific data or value, to the most modern flight cabins, where the concept of "glass cabin" allows for a simplification of the presentations used, the book aims to cover all the evolutionary development that has marked the history of Aviation, focusing mainly on those systems, equipment or instruments that continue to shape mainly the configuration of the cabins of the aircraft that are still operating today.
This great manual, based on O.A.C.I. regulations, is the didactic material necessary for the training of future pilots. It offers a fundamental help in the preparation of the theoretical and practical tests to obtain the current Aeronautical Titles.
Essential for those instructors of Flight and Theory, as well as for professionals of the Civil or Military Aviation, as text of consultation and of deepening of knowledge.
This edition of NAVIGATION: SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT, MANIPMENT AND PROCEDURES, contributes in an efficient way to update the bibliography of the Navigation area, whose knowledge is fundamental for the Professional Pilot.
Book whose genesis is the investigation of the technical aspect of the aerospace industry, with an interdisciplinary perspective and an integral vision of contribution to operational safety. It is a useful work for all sectors and specialties of aeronautical activity. The contents and analysis are of interest in the operational safety of both commercial operators and general aviation or military organizations with air assets.
Through technical advances and the investigation of accidents and unsafe events, the industry has managed to increase safety levels; with this criterion the work is structured. From man's first contacts with the failures of his rudimentary tools to the complex composite materials currently used by the aerospace industry, this work covers the broad spectrum of raw materials, intrinsic properties, typical behaviour and susceptibility to failures.
Book, by J.A. Toledano Manchego and G. Fernández Arnedo, that stands out for not being one more of those books that talk about the basic principles of air navigation and/or the advances obtained by the application of new technologies, but an entertaining and enriching work that shows the matter in a very practical way.
This third edition, revised and enlarged, stands out for compiling in its totality the knowledge of the new European Normative.
It is enormously useful as a training tool for future pilots as well as for those professionals who want to have a personal or professional consultation tool.
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.
In cooperation with EASA, Jeppesen provides the new General Student Pilot Route Manual (GSPRM) for EASA ATPL exams.
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.
This book is a part of the Air Transport Pilot's Licence (ATPL) Course Series describing in detail the mass and balance, flight performance and planning elements of the ATPL course (subject 030). Written by a team of experienced ENAC instructors, it introduces concepts and background knowledge, gradually leading the reader through all relevant sections of the ATPL syllabus.
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.