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Instrument Pilot Flight Maneuvers

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MFR Model# 9781886474048

Overview

Provides a thorough explanation of each maneuver and task called for in the FAA’s Instrument Practical Test Standards (PTS). The latest update improves upon its sound platform with even more information for the pilot seeking an instrument rating. Both the 1998 and oral PTS are included so that the manual reflects the current standards you will encounter during the checkride. In the intervening years, the FAA has changed some terminology in the PTS, and this finetuning is also present in this, the third, edition of the manual. With GPS and RNAV navigation much more commonplace, these inclusions have also been made by the FAA. In addition to the technical changes, the publisher has also improved the graphics to better illustrate each maneuver, while retaining those maneuvers that the FAA had deleted from its Instrument Flying Handbook for greater depth. A cross reference of applicable FAA publications to each maneuver and task helps with further research. The spiral-bound manual is easy to use, clipping onto a standard, approach plate-size kneeboard for flight.

Specifications

  • Publisher: Aero Tech Publications
  • ISBN-13: 9781886474048
  • Copyright Date: 2003
  • Edition: 3rd
  • Pages: 124
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Weight: 0.7lbs

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