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Advanced Avionics Handbook

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Advanced Avionics Handbook

Publisher: Federal Aviation Administration
ISBN/ASIN: 1560277580
ISBN-13: 9781560277583
Number of pages: 115

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Providing aviators with comprehensive information on the advanced avionics equipment available in technically sophisticated aircraft, this FAA handbook covers a wide range of subjects about the essentials of operating cockpit-computers, including data entry, primary flight display (PFD), multi-function display (MFD), moving maps, traffic data, fuel management systems, electronic charts and checklists, common pilot errors and instrument failures, and more.

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