Instrument Procedures Handbook
Publisher: Federal Aviation Administration 2007
Number of pages: 294
An excellent resource for instrument-rated pilots who want to learn how to maximize their skills in an "Instrument Flight Rules" (IFR) environment, this revised handbook contains up-to-date information, the latest changes to procedures, and even more insights and guidance on how to operate safely within the National Airspace System.
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by James G. Ray - The John C. Winston Co
The thrilling story of how the airplane grew and the part it has played in the war and peacetime history of the United States of America. This book is exceptionally well illustrated with watercolors, line drawings and graphics by the author.
by E. Charles Vivian - Project Gutenberg
Evelyn Charles Vivian (1882 - 1947) gives a detailed account of the history of aeronautics through 1920. Famous fliers are discussed and the evolution of the aeroplane is covered. The advancements in engine design are also included.
by Albert Edward Dixie - Gieves publishing company
This work (first published in 1917) has been undertaken in the hope that it may prove of assistance to officers in the Royal Naval Air Service, as it condenses into a small compass all the subjects in navigation they are required to know.
- Federal Aviation Administration
Providing tools to aid pilots in achieving the safest possible flights with the least amount of risk, this comprehensive manual covers subjects such as human behavior, identifying and mitigating risk, aeronautical decision-making, etc.