101 Things To Do After You Get Your Private Pilot's License

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McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 9, 2003 - Transportation - 300 pages
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* Picks up where flight training ends--shows how to get best performance using tips and tricks not taught in school

* Wide-ranging coverage includes flying with family, handling different airport types, test-flying, joining a flying club, and flying for money

* Discusses mastering advanced navigation systems and handling all types of weather

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About the author (2003)

LeRoy Cook (Butler, MO) calls himself a lifelong aviation student. A columnist and editor for Private Pilot magazine for more than 20 years, and a flight instructor for nearly 40 years, he holds FAA Gold Seal certification for single-engine and multiengine airplanes, gliders, and instrument instruction.

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