One Hundred and One Things to Do with Your Private License

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McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 1990 - Sports & Recreation - 245 pages
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The challenge of flying doesn't end when you get your private pilot's license. In fact, the real excitement begins when the flight instructor lets go of your hand and you're left to set your own goals and create your own motivations. 101 Things to Do with Your Private License-2nd Edition is packed with new ways for you to sharpen your skills and make every flying hour a rewarding experience.

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Contents

Efficient Flight Planning
8
LowLevel Flying
16
The VFR Flight Plan
25
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About the author (1990)

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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