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ROD MACHADO'S INSTRUMENT PILOT'S SURVIVAL MANUALEBOOK
MFR Model# 342
ROD MACHADO'S INSTRUMENT PILOT'S SURVIVAL MANUAL
Note: The Instrument Pilot's Survival Manual is intended primarily as a book to learn IFR flying skills. The Instrument Flying Handbook is intended to provide the broad based knowledge necessarily to fly IFR safely and competently.
This unique book contains a wealth of interesting and exciting information on instrument flying. Rod's 34 years of flying experience makes this an important resource.
Here's Some of What's Inside:
- Scanning, Ice, Thunderstorm Avoidance
- Jep & NACO (Government) Chart Usage
- Pro thinking Skills
- IFR Departure Skills
- Cockpit Management
- GPS Chart Construction
- Flying GPS approaches and Much More.
This book is unlike any other book on instrument flying you have encountered. It's based on Rod's popular IFR refresher course and contains answers to questions that concern the neophyte and the professional instrument pilot. Questions like:
- How do you know if a cloud contains a thunderstorm?
- How can you use Center & ASR-9 radar to avoid ice
and convective activity?
- Is there a good way to estimate visibility while at DH or MDA?
- Can I increase the efficiency of my scan and reduce my cockpit workload?
- How do I interpret and use all those symbols on approach charts?
- How do I interpret GPS approach charts?
- How do I fly GPS approaches?
- And much, much more
- File Type: Secure Adobe .acsm format
- File Size: 43.7Mb
- Print: not allowed
- Copy/Paste: not allowed
- Offline Access: yes
- Search: always
- Bookmarks: always
- System Reqs: Windows, Macintosh, iPad, and more
- TABLE OF CONTENTS:
- 1] Thinking like the pros
- 2] The art of the instrument scan
- 3] Self talk for survival
- 4] Managing Cockpit resources
- 5] ADF - a living legacy
- 6] the truth about holding patterns
- 7] How the IFR system works
- 8] The Art of the Approach
- 9] Thunderstorm avoidance
- 10] Avoiding structural icing
- 11] The Language of IFR charts
- 12] Equipment for the approach
- 13] Secrets on the front side
- 14] Procedure turn secrets
- 15] Approach segments
- 16] At a minimum: decision altitude and MDA
- 17] Instrument departures
- 18] Enroute chart secrets
- 19] GPs, RNAV, & Approach charts
- 20] The GPs machine
- 21] Advanced Thunderstorm avoidance