Flying Helicopters: A Companion to the PPL(H)

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Crowood Press UK, Oct 15, 2011 - Transportation - 128 pages

This comprehensive book is aimed at all those who are undertaking the helicopter Private Pilot's License course, those who have qualified recently, and those who are planning to learn to fly helicopters in the future.  The book follows the PPL(H) syllabus as it is taught, and provides a detailed account of each flying exercise.  The student is able to read about a lesson in advance before attempting it with an instructor.  However, the book does not aim to be a technical manual and it is designed to be used in conjunction with a helicopter textbook and instructor's briefings.

About the author (2011)

Helen Krasner holds a Commercial Pilot's License and Instructor's Rating for helicopters and also flies fixed-wing aircraft for pleasure. She began working as a helicopter instructor in 2003, and instructs for Staffordshire Helicopters at Tatenhill Airfield, flying Robinson R22s and R44s. Helen has been writing professionally for many years, and writes about aviation for a number of publications. She is also the Newsletter Editor for BWPA [British Women Pilots' Association], and was nominated for an Aerospace Journalist of the Year award in 2004, for an article about flying helicopters in Russia.

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