The Bluffer's Guide to the Flight Deck

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Oval Books, Jul 1, 2006 - Humor - 62 pages
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Be an instant expert on the flight deck and bluff your way without being pressurised. No pre-flight checks required, just a sense of humor.

From 'The Dispatcher' to 'Diversions', and from 'Runways' to 'Reverse Thrust', The Bluffer's Guide to the Flight Deck provides all you need for a fully informed approach.

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About the author (2006)

Captain Ken Beere began his flying career with the Royal Air Force who taught him how to fly a jet fighter and the officially approved method of shining a pair of black square-bashing boots. Deciding that life was becoming too dangerous he bluffed his way into a career in the then unsophisticated civil aviation industry. Still a frequent flyer, he now agrees to undertake it only with a book by Bill Bryson in one hand and a large malt whisky in the other while sprawled on a passenger seat in the most expensive class he can wangle.

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