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Category Books on aviation, Subcategory Flying in USA, ISBN/Box ASA-PM-3C, Publisher/Brand ASA, Author Thom T., Format a4, No. Pages 696, Version Hard cover, Language English
Now in its Sixth Edition, Instrument Flying is the most comprehensive and up-to-date
instrument textbook available, covering all of the aeronautical knowledge and practical skills
needed to earn the instrument rating and operate IFR.
This textbook incorporates all of the tasks from the FAA's Practical Test Standards, giving
instrument students a solid foundation to obtain and use the instrument rating. It teaches pilots
how to fly IFR with a gathering of tips and techniques from experienced and professional pilots.
Instrument concepts are clearly depicted in hundreds of full-color illustrations and photographs,
simplifying even those perceived to be complicated. Also includes helpful notes and
in the outside margins for quick definition of terms, maximum comprehension, and
. Both conventional "steam
gauge" and glass cockpit instruments are
This is the textbook series chosen by
universities and colleges. Hardcover,
8-3/8" x 10-7/8" format, full-color
illustrations, glossary, indexed, 696 pages.
Also in The Pilot's Manual Series: Volume 1, Flight School, Volume 2, Ground School, Private Pilot Syllabus, Instrument Rating Syllabus, Commercial Pilot Syllabus.