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Author William K. Kershner
No. Pages 503
Version Soft cover
Category Aviation Books
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Both experienced and newly certified flight instructors can turn to this excellent resource for information about the problems students and more advanced pilots will encounter.
The new and updated fourth edition of The Flight Instructor's Manual is an invaluable reference for those working on the flight instructor certificate and serves as an indispensable guide for the new instructor.
The book is organized so each chapter can be used as a stand-alone reference for a particular phase of instruction. The information parallels the material presented in The Student Pilot's Flight Manual, The Advanced Pilot's Flight Manual, The Basic Aerobatic Manual, and The Instrument Flight Manual, allowing The Flight Instructor's Manual to serve as a "how to instruct" guide rather than a comprehensive textbook on the basics.
Major topics include:
Fundamentals of Flight Instruction
First Solo to the Private Certificate
Advances VFR Instruction
Introduction to Aerobatic Instruction
"Since I first began taking flying lessons, I have used William Kershner's wonderful Flight Manuals - from his "Student Pilot's Flight Manual" to his "Flight Instructor's Manual." I love the way Mr. Kershner makes fun and interesting reading of sometimes-dry subjects. His books are easy and fun to read and filled with all of the best information! I continue to recommend his books to anyone learning to fly, and have bought quite of few of them over the years to give to aspiring pilots. I cannot think of any other books on aviation that I would recommend more highly than William Kershner's Flight Manuals." —Patty Wagstaff, 2004 Inductee, National Aviation Hall of Fame