Basic Aerobatics

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McGraw Hill Professional, Feb 22, 1994 - Sports & Recreation - 272 pages
For the serious aerobatics student or pilot who wants to learn more about aircraft control, Basic Aerobatics is the best-illustrated, most thorough manual on the market today. Learn all you need to know to perform exciting maneuvers such as spins, loops, Cuban Eights, barrel rolls, and more - safely and precisely. Written by a champion aerobatics pilot and an award-winning aviation author, this unique guide not only explains how to perform the maneuver, but what is happening to the aircraft and why. Inside, look for chapters on aerobatics and the FAA, aerodynamics of aerobatic flight, developing aerobatic sequences, recreational and competition aerobatics, types of aerobatic aircraft, buying an aerobatic aircraft, and organizations and associations.

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This is the all time BEST book on how to fly aerobatics! They cover how to do it, why you're doing it, common errors and how to fix them and photos from the pilot's perspective, so you know if it ... Read full review


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