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Category Books on aviation, Subcategory Flying in USA, ISBN/Box 9781619544987, Publisher/Brand ASA, Author Thom T., Format a4, No. Pages 656, Version Soft cover, Language English
How to fly your airplane through all the FAR/JAR maneuvers. Full-color, comprehensive maneuvers manual covers all the tasks from the FAA Practical Test Standards for Private and Commercial certificates.
Time is money in an airplane and with an instructor. Flight School will save readers on both as they progress through Private and Commercial certificates. Flight instructors tell students which maneuvers will be covered in the next lesson and they then prepare themselves by reading the relevant chapters and working the reviews. The book can also be used with the post-flight briefing, to consolidate what students practiced in the air. Flight instructors will benefit from better-prepared students, and students will benefit from more progress in their flight training. Softcover, full-color, illustrated throughout, glossary and index, Foreword by Barry Schiff.
"... The superb quality of this publication as well as its attention to detail and accuracy of information makes for easy reading and an indispensable reference tool for the flight instructor. Used during all phases of the [private pilot] course, will ensure a well prepared, accomplished new pilot. This product is an asset to the aviation industry." -- Steve Odendaal, Flight Operations Inspector, South African Civial Aviation Authority