- Human Factors
- Principles of Flight
- Mass & Balance
- Radio navigation
- General Navigation
- Flight Planning
Proper pilot performance is based on knowledge, planning, and anticipation of what the aircraft will do and you will not be able to achieve that without studying properly.
Directly drawn from the approved course materials provided by Caledonian Advanced Pilot Training (www.captonline.com).
This ebook covers all the material required for the EASA ATPL(A) exams in an easy to read style, with searchable text and expandable graphics, and a little more – it is good for technical interviews as well, based on the author’s experience as a Chief Pilot and Operations Manager.
This format brings many advantages such as interactive content, bookmarks and search capabilities. Another great benefit is the zero weight of the book and the possibility to have it readily available anywhere and anytime on your tablet or phone.
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Phil holds EASA, UK, UAE and Canadian licences for aeroplanes and helicopters and around 8700 hours on 37 types, with a considerable operational background, and training experience from the computer industry.
He has at various times been a Chief Pilot, Training Captain and TRI/TRE and is currently the Head Of Training for Caledonian Advanced Pilot Training, the European licence conversion specialists.
He can be contacted at www.capt.gs
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