An Invitation to Fly: Basics for the Private Pilot

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Brooks/Cole, Wadsworth, 1999 - Transportation - 661 pages
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This text combines straightforward exposition with excellent pedagogy, clear graphics, and technical accuracy to prepare students to be safe, competent pilots and to pass the FAA exam.

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About the author (1999)

Dennis Glaeser is a commercial pilot, Gold Seal Flight Instructor, Groundschool Instructor.and has a degree in Aerospace Engineering. He has commercial flying experience as a Part 135 Charter pilot. His aviation instruction experience includes being an AOPA weekend clinic instructor teaching Pinch Hitter and Instrument refresher courses, both as a flight instructor and ground instructor. He has also conducted Flight Instructor Refresher clinics for the Greater St. Louis Flight Instructor Association. Dennis was an Assistant Professor at Parks College of St. Louis Universlty, teaching Private Pilot Groundschool for over 12 years. He has been the author of AN INVITATION TO FLY since the 2nd Edition.

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