Aviation Law for Pilots

Aviation Law for Pilots

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Aviation law, with its associated flight rules and procedures, has always been a difficult subject for students and this well established text has provided an authoritative guide to the subject.

Now, with the introduction of the Joint Airworthiness Requirements Flight Crew Licensing (JAR - FCL) examinations, it has been completely rewritten to cover the new

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Overview

Aviation law, with its associated flight rules and procedures, has always been a difficult subject for students and this well established text has provided an authoritative guide to the subject.

Now, with the introduction of the Joint Airworthiness Requirements Flight Crew Licensing (JAR - FCL) examinations, it has been completely rewritten to cover the new syllabuses and to take account of the new FCL style of examinations.

The opportunity has been taken to simplify presentation of information, with more checklists to aid revision work. Tests are included which are cross referenced to the pages containing the relevant text.

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A guide to UK aviation law for student pilots studying for pilot licenses. Outlines rules and regulations regarding international legislation, types of airspace, altimeter settings, flight separation, aerodromes, use of radar in air traffic services, search and rescue, and light and marshalling signals. This ninth edition incorporates the latest changes as set out in the Air Navigation Order of 1995 and the 1995 revision to the Air Navigation (General) Regulations, and contains two tests with answers cross-referenced to the text. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780632053353
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
12/09/1999
Series:
Aviation Series
Pages:
244
Product dimensions:
6.80(w) x 9.64(h) x 0.48(d)

Meet the Author

After leaving the RAF where he was on the Test and Development staff of the Empire Air Navigation School at Shawbury, Tony Palmer has spent all his working life teaching civil aviation navigation subjects both in the United Kingdom and abroad. He was attached to the College of Air Training, Hamble where he was eventually Head of Ground Training.

He worked closely with the late Roy Underdown, former Principal of the College of Air Training, and previous author of this and other books in the Ground Studies for Pilots series. Tony Palmer is still actively engaged in teaching as the Director of Training with Airline Training Associates, Ltd.

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