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Flying the Edge - by Captain Brian McAllister Flying the Edge - by Captain Brian McAllister
'Flying the Edge' - by Captain Brian McAllister
...this book concentrates on the full utilisation of an aircraft's safe flight parameters. In particular it covers the subjects of low-speed flight during the take-off and the landing, including STOL aeroplanes.

Essential performance problems found in normal flying, such as the best usage of lift, the correction of faulty approach and landing, short field take-off and landing technique and the safety emergency landing procedure are covered in a clear, readable manner.

Photographs and line drawings throughout.

Hard. 224 pages.
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Multi-Engine Piston by David Robson Multi-Engine Piston by David Robson
A companion to Trevor Thom's classic Air Pilot Manuals series this manual has been prepared for those pilots embarking on their first Type Endorsement on a Multi-Engined aircraft.

The detailed text allows the student to prepare for the rating and to assist the instructor in structuring the programme and its content.

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Radio Navigation for Pilots by Bramson & Birch Radio Navigation for Pilots by Bramson & Birch
The authors explain this sometimes complicated subject in simple terms, providing the reader with opportunities for self-testing at approriate stages in the text. The book describes the concept of radio navigation, basic instrument flying, the use of radio navigation charts and a description of the function and principles of VDF, Radar, ADF, VOR and ILS, providing an 'air exercise' based on each aid. Three sample flights are detailed with reference to the applicable met froms and radio charts. Includes practice Aerad Radio Navigation Charts for the EUR 1/2 and London areas.
Soft. 200 pages.
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VOR, ADF & RMI VOR, ADF & RMI
This is a completely re-worked and fully updated edition of the standard text on radio aids. It introduces the theory required to operate and use the VOR, ADF, RMI and DME.

The text has been re-written to make it compliant with the latest practices and regulations and also includes new and improved diagrams and illustrations detailing the layout and function of the latest aircraft instrumentation. Instrument descent example exercises into Guernsey and Jersey are included to give that extra depth of understanding to the basic procedures. This is book that will always be a handy source of reference.

It is ideal for pilots new to the theory of radio aids and for those more practised and knowledgable for revision purposes.
Soft binding. 128 pages.
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A Guide to JAR-OPS A Guide to JAR-OPS
This is a carefully compiled book offering a complete knowledge of JAR-OPS necessary for the conversion of an existing JAA member state licence to a JAR licence and the operation of any civil aircraft in a JAA state.

Written in a concise and easy to follow style it is a necessary publication for all pilots and aircraft operators in Europe.

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Irish Aviation Law for Pilots Irish Aviation Law for Pilots
This is a unique publication written to steer the student or professional pilot through all aspects of Irish Aviation Law.

Written in simple layman terms, keeping jargon to a minimum it provides a useful, quick and invaluable source of reference for resident and visiting pilots.

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Owning and Operating Your Own Aircraft Owning and Operating Your Own Aircraft
This UK published book explores all aspects of aircraft purchase and ownership and gives prospective new owners basic guidelines for those considering sole or group ownership and operating responsibilites prinicipally in the United Kingdom.

It looks at aircraft operated under a Certificate of Airworthiness and also all the alternatives such as homebuilts, gliders and microlights.

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Three Points - Flying a Tailwheel Aircraft Three Points - Flying a Tailwheel Aircraft
The original configuration of an aeroplane's undercarriage was tailwheeled. Only during World War II did the nosewheel become common due to the longer runways required to take off with the heavy loads. After the war, the tricycle undercarriage layout became standard, but the traditional arrangement has always been known as the 'conventional' undercarriage.

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Night Rating Manual & Syllabus Night Rating Manual & Syllabus
Night Rating Manual & Syllabus by R. D. Campbell

This book provides a useful and informative reference for night flying and specifies requirements for the night rating syllabus. Contains many drawings, photographs and illustrations and details standard procedures and safety aspects involved in night flying.
£16.00  Buy Night Rating Manual & Syllabus


An Introduction to Air Rallying An Introduction to Air Rallying
An Introduction to Air Rallying by J. M. Fenton

This book provides a comprehensive guide to the art of Air Rallying. Written to help competitors improve their performance and give novices an insight into the techniques involved. This book covers: What is a Rally? Regulations, Equipment, the best Aircraft Navigation, Crew Selection, Timings, Spot Landings and Photography etc
£5.00  Buy An Introduction to Air Rallying


101 Things to do with your Private Pilot's License, 3rd Edition 101 Things to do with your Private Pilot's License, 3rd Edition
101 Things to do with your Private Pilot's License, 3rd Edition by Leroy Cook

This guide aimed at new pilots proves that the fun has just begun when you pocket that precious certificate that says you are free to fly on your own. He shows you what lies beyond flight school. This indispensable, skill-building handbook not only leads you through becoming a fully fledged, confident, and competent independent pilot, it helps you discover all the joys of flying, from vacation advice to piloting for money.

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Night Flight & Night Navigation Night Flight & Night Navigation
Night flight is not visual flight. The aircraft is flown by reference to the flight instruments and may be positioned using visual references in visual conditions. When there is little visual information it is a test for even the experienced pilot and should be taboo for the inexperienced. The privilege to enter this dark realm has stringent criteria. Night flight is not difficult but it must be properly planned and prepared. It is a time when your assistant pilot can be the greatest help or the greatest hindrance. There are three uses for the night rating: to allow continuance of a delayed, daytime cross-country; to allow deliberate night sectors in VMC; or to explore local scenic opportunities and rewards. Night Flight is a part of the Command Instrument Rating, an option for the PIFR and a pre-requisite for the Instructor's Rating.
£20.00  Buy Night Flight & Night Navigation



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