Beyond The Checkride: What Your Flight Instructor Never Taught You

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1997 - Transportation - 329 pages
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Asserting that a flight certificate is a pilot's ``license to learn,'' this unique book offers valuable lessons learned by veteran pilots. Using the anecdotal style that has made his Flying magazine column so popular, Fried bridges the gap between pilot training and in-flight experience with his advice on vital but often under-emphasized areas of: maneuvering speed; weight and balance; aircraft control; prop safety; night flying; altitude.

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Basics rarely taught completely
Control considerations
Stalls spins and other bad stuff

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About the author (1997)

Howard Fried (Holly, MI ) is a veteran pilot with more than 40,000 hours of flight time. He is the author of the book Flight Test Tips and Tales, and is a regular columnist ("Eye of the Examiner") for Flying, the world's most widely read aviation magazine. He is a flight instructor and former FAA pilot examiner.

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