Say Again, Please: Guide to Radio Communications
Bob Gardner's conversational-yet-concise writing style in his approach to aviation communications will help increase your comfort level when using an aircraft radio. His book features "talk" examples of typical radio transmissions that explain how the air traffic control system works, as well as present simulated flights that clearly demonstrate correct communication procedures in each class of airspace. Book jacket.
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A Matter of Procedure
Class G Airspace
Class C Airspace
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