Approach and Landing

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2002 - Transportation - 275 pages
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This work opens with an overview of Approach and Landing (AL) and its statistics. It covers early warning signs, the important practice of terrain study and adherence to approach procedures, and a review of aircraft and airport equipment that aid successful AL. It also includes flight case studies illustrating AL accidents induced by specific pilot errors, analyzing each case for pre-flight, in-flight, and post-flight lessons.

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Approach and Landing Mishaps in General
A Mental Checklist
Stability Is the Key

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Tony Kern is Editor of the Controlling Pilot Error Series. He is the Director of Aviation Safety for the U.S. Forest Service and the author of three bestselling McGraw-Hill aviation human factors titles: Redefining Airmanship, Flight Discipline, and Rogue Pilot.

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