Airplane Flying Handbook: Federal Aviation Administration

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Skyhorse Publishing, 2007 - Transportation - 288 pages
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This official U.S. government guide to piloting aircraft—created by the Federal Aviation Administration—is the essential resource for finding the knowledge and skills to fly all types of planes. It includes an introduction to flight training and official information on ground operations, basic flight maneuvers, slow flight, stalls and spins, takeoff and departure climbs, ground reference maneuvers, airport traffic patterns, approaches and landings, performance maneuvers, and night operations. Pilots will find information on transitioning from small aircraft to more complex airplanes, as well as detailed explanations of emergency procedures. Each topic is coupled with colorful, detailed illustrations to aid the reader. Any pilot who wishes to maintain a current understanding of aircraft operation must read this book.

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Why pay what you can get for free on FAA website?

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Its a pretty good book,well thays my opion,every body has there own opion so its your opion on this book wheeater you like it or not.Its a awsome book to me i have to say.

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The Federal Aviation Administration is the national aviation authority of the United States. It regulates and oversees the aviation industry, pilot licensing, and airspace with the goal of providing "the safest, most efficient aerospace system in the world.

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