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The traditional text for Navy pilots; this is the definitive source on aerodynamic and engineering theory as they apply to flight operations.
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.
FAA 8083-1B reprint contains helpful information on weight and balance for pilots, flight engineers, and aviation maintenance technicians (AMTs).
A Practical Guide to Transform Your Safety Program into a Functioning Safety Management System
As a how-to textbook guide for setting up SMS in an organization, specifically designed for a 16-week SMS course, this book goes beyond the competition in providing key terms, learning objectives, sample questions, and a discussion of the FAA SMS Voluntary Program (SMSVP). It also specifically addresses more up-to-date concerns such as the new FAA 14 CFR Part 5 directive mandating the SMS program for 14 CFR Part 121 certificate holders.
This book has been and is the basic reference text on International Flight Techniques and Procedures since 1993.
This work, written by Dale De Remer and Donald McLean, delves into technologies such as FMS, INS, LORAN-C, GPS and FANS: Future Air Navigation Systems.
In its second edition, completely revised and updated, new contents are included such as The European Operations, Future Air Navigation System (FANS), RVSM Airspace, Differential GPS, WAAS and LAAS and ICAO Aircraft registry markings.
Primary reference text for the Instrument Rating FAA Knowledge Exam.
The Instrument Procedures Handbook is a technical reference manual for professional pilots who operate under instrument flight rules (IFR). It provides real-world guidance on how instrument-rated pilots can best use the system they've trained for, as well as in-depth coverage of instrument charts and procedures for IFR takeoff, departure, en route, arrival, approach, and landing.
Last updated in 2015, this 2017 edition includes editorial changes for clarity and consistency, updated terminology to reflect current standards and procedures, while updated graphics and illustrations improve appearance, readability and understanding.
In this Second edition of Mastering the Systems, author Richard Collins reveals how to work air traffic control and weather services to maximum advantage.
This book provides invaluable discussion on instrument airmanship, weather analysis, flight planning and decision making, handling equipment glitches, partial-panel flying, and much more.
Traditionally known as the "blue book of maneuvers", this manual complies with the current rules and regulations of practical tests for the certification of Private Instructor, Sport, Commercial and Flight.
This fourth edition is an excellent learning and teaching aid for instructors and students as it is a fully illustrated manual, with 52 fold-out pages showing each complete maneuver, the objective of the task and the required practical examination standards.
Fully updated has incorporated the latest FAA practice tests and/or pilot certification rules, regulations and procedures for Upper Wing aircraft.
Too many fliers plod their aeronautical lives never knowing what their airplanes can really do. FAIR- WEATHER FLYING, now in a second revised edition, challenges you to venture outside the narrow channels of training days to get more out of your airplane and the time you spend in the air.
The author shows the VFR pilot and student how to "bite off chewable-size chunks of progressively more demanding situations," accepting a little more crosswind, a little more turbulence, a little less runway.
A series of short courses in a wide variety of aviation subjects of interest to all pilots who want to improve their flying skills and enjoyment. Taylor covers these topics with his own brand of insight.