CRJ 700 Aircraft Systems Study Guide

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A. Boone, Mar 3, 2013 - 220 pages
This CRJ 700 Aircraft Systems Study Guide will help you walk into your oral exam with confidence. This study guide covers all of the CRJ 700 systems in an efficient question/answer format. Reading and reviewing systems information in a manual doesn't necessarily challenge a pilot's knowledge of the aircraft. Reading a question and trying to answer it from memory is much more challenging and provides positive feedback. STOP going through your systems manual trying to figure out what you know and what you don't know. After going through this study guide a few times, you will easily organize what you know and what you don't know on the CRJ 700. This kind of organization will make it much easier and faster to study for your next CRJ checkride. Need a better way to study for a CRJ training event? Try the Aviation Study Made Easy System. Over 1,200 questions with answers The average time to go through a system chapter in our book, after organizing the information, is 15 minutes Easy to quiz yourself 100% of your study time will be spent on information you don't know Easily organize all of the systems information for future training events Build your confidence Whether you are studying for an initial training event or recurrent training, this book will help you prepare efficiently.
 

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Great training supplement to the CRJ700. Helps fill in the holes in the subject matter.

Contents

Aviation Study Made Easy
5
Check Ride Tips
9
Air Conditioning and Pressurization
11
Automatic Flight Controls
33
Auxiliary Power Unit APU
47
Communications
57
Doors
63
Electrical System
67
Hydraulics
137
Ice and Rain Protection
145
Indicating and Recording EICAS
157
Landing Gear
169
Lighting
179
Navigation
185
Oxygen
199
Power Plant
205

Fire and Overheat Protection
81
Flight Controls
91
Flight Instruments
109
Fuel
125
Water and Waste
217
Sources
219
Author Biography
220
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Aaron Boone has his ATP, CFI, CFII and MEI certificates. He is type rated in the Canadair Regional Jet - CRJ200, Embraer Brasilia - EMB120, Citation CE-500, CE-560XL and the King Air BE-300. He was an airline captain for a large regional airline and has previously been a flight instructor, freight pilot and corporate pilot.

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