The author demystifies the complexities and evolving landscape of international operations by pulling together the guidance and regulatory material from the sources. He presents what the FAA, ICAO, EASA, and others have to say on a subject and then explains it in an understandable way that is truly applicable to what you as the pilot need to know.
This book is a compilation of a half-century of flying experience in general aviation machines (sixteen thousand hours) and provides specific techniques and tips to enhance your knowledge of aviation and to improve your abilities and confidence as a pilot or student (and person). Coupling that flight background with decades of hands-on aircraft accident investigation involvement provides a completely fresh insight into being a pilot. The goal of this manual is to save lives! Small Aircraft Operations Manual is all about aviating airplanes. The hows and whys of flying such craft are explained in abundant detail (66 pages before engine start and 106) to even get airborne), along with the potentially dire consequences if the pertinent safety lessons therein are ignored. Many true stories and incidents (some humorous) are used to illustrate important points. The aviation enthusiast will also enjoy the flying history and lore woven into this simple and easy-to-read text. If you are flying general aviation aircraft or want to learn, then read and heed. This was written for you and your passengers, family, and friends.
Release on 1998 | by Dale De Remer,Donald W. McLean
International Flight Techniques and Procedures
Author: Dale De Remer,Donald W. McLean
Pubpsher: Aviation Supplies & Academics
With every aspect of pilot navigation--from a discussion of International Civil Aviation Organization history planning, flight operations, and navigation equipment--this book is written with the precision required retaining the readability needed for a general audience. Explained are aeronautical charts and maps, plotting and distance measuring, and complex technologies.