Instrument Rating Test Prep 2004: Study and Prepare for the Instrument Rating, Instrument Flight Instrucor (CF11), Instrument Ground Instructor, and Foreign Pilot: Airplane and Helicopter FAA Knowledge Tests

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Aviation Supplies & Academics, Incorporated, Sep 1, 2003 - Study Aids - 318 pages
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"This series of test preparation guides for pilots covers the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) exams for applicants seeking licensing by the FAA. The FAA publishes a question database on the Internet to help applicants prepare for the exams, but they do not supply the correct answers. This series is fashioned to aid the applicant in studying for an exam by providing answers and explanations for every question in the FAA exam database. Designed to encourage self-testing and promote memory recall, these books arrange topics by subject category and are accompanied by specific study material for each category."

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Contents

Flight Instruments
3-1
Altimeter Settings
3-10
Vertical Speed Indicator 312
3-37
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The Federal Aviation Administration is the government agency that regulates and sets standards for the aviation industry. Jackie Spanitz is the director of curriculum development for Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc. She is the technical editor of the Test Prep series and the author of "Commercial Pilot Syllabus," "Guide to the Biennial Flight Review," "Instrument Rating Syllabus," and "Private Pilot Syllabus," She lives in Everett, Washington. Cliff Seretan is a certified flight instructor (CFI) with certificates in instrument rating for single and multi-engine airplanes and in airplane land and instrument.

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