MIGUEL DEL CURA MANSO, JOSE ANTONIO FERNANDEZ DIEZ
Desde finales del año 1988, cuando sacamos a la luz la primera edición de este manual, no hemos dejado de ampliarlo y actualizarlo en cada una de las siguientes ediciones. Las normativas y los avances tecnológicos así nos lo exigían. En esta nueva edición, hemos seguido incrementando las definiciones, las imágenes y los capítulos que aparecen en la normativa vigente.
Impresión: B & N
Formato: 17 x 24 cm
Peso: 0,64 kg.
Many pilots resign themselves to imperfect takeoffs and landings simply because they do not realize that even professionals must work on each of these critical phases of flight.
"Making Perfect Takeoffs and Landings in Light Airplanes" shows pilots how to develop a total awareness of the situation, of the aircraft and of themselves, and how to turn that awareness into perfect takeoffs and landings.
The detailed but easy-to-follow steps given here ensure that pilots have the knowledge they need to go beyond reactions learned by heart and develop excellent flying skills. The author's easy, conversational approach to teaching speaks to all pilots who thrive on the personal challenge of striving for excellence.
In this guide, Hans Häckel presents in an attractive and practical way an essential subject of vital importance for a pilot's ability. It is an indispensable cloud identification guide for those interested in meteorology.
It studies the physics related to clouds as well as their international classification, deepening their formation process and relating it to the meteorological information they transmit.
Full color photographs, graphs and tables make this guide a valuable learning material.
The purpose of this book is to provide the reader, together with the necessary practical requirements, with the knowledge needed to pilot ultra-light aircraft and to pass the corresponding official examination to obtain the ULM pilot's licence.
It also includes information of interest for this type of air navigation.
This 5th edition, in full color, has been revised to adjust it to the Syllabus delivered by AESA to Flight Schools with the 2015 Regulations.