Ground School

Ground School

All the Aeronautical Knowledge Required to Pass the FAA Knowledge Exams and Operate as A Private and Commercial Pilot

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From aerodynamics and weather to navigation and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations, everything students need to know in order to pass the Private Pilot and Commercial Pilot FAA Knowledge Exams is covered in this exhaustive reference. Aeronautical concepts and flight procedures—such as using the flight computer, engine operation, flight physiology, and air masses and frontal weather—are clearly communicated using concise language and copious full-color illustrations. Containing the latest rules and regulations, this updated edition also includes important information on runway incursion avoidance procedures and global positioning systems. Additional sidebars and suggested mnemonic devices help to further clarify complex concepts and increase recall.
Publisher: Newcastle, Wash. : Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc., 2006.
Edition: 3rd ed., full-color ed..
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xii, 676 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color).


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