|Mastering the E-6B Flight Computer; a new book by Mike Arman, launches with this history of the humble yet elegant flight computer before delving into a thorough tutorial on its use. Although some student pilots actually fear these devices (and more than a few seasoned pilots have forgotten how to use them), the E6B is a no-fail way to make numerous critical calculations both before and during cross-country flights You can use the book to learn how to figure everything from time/speed/distance problems to fuel burn, from density altitude calculations to wind triangles and drift. Arman, an advanced ground instructor and pilot, uses many examples in each lesson to illustrate E6B concepts.|
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