Tips to Fly By

Tips to Fly By

by Richard L. Collins
     
 

Organized into the natural progression of a flight, this is a compendium of tips on virtually every aspect of piloting an aircraft, including ground work, takeoff and initial climb, enroute climb and cruise, and descent and landing. Advice is offered on such advanced flight topics as flying high-performance singles and twins, dealing with emergencies, and operating… See more details below

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Organized into the natural progression of a flight, this is a compendium of tips on virtually every aspect of piloting an aircraft, including ground work, takeoff and initial climb, enroute climb and cruise, and descent and landing. Advice is offered on such advanced flight topics as flying high-performance singles and twins, dealing with emergencies, and operating at busy airports.

Author Biography: Richard L. Collins is the author of Flying the Weather Map and Flying IFR. He is editor-at-large of Flying magazine and served as publisher and editor-in-chief of AOPA Pilot magazine. He lives in Ijamsville, Maryland.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781565660359
Publisher:
LegacyWords Publishing
Publication date:
02/01/1993
Series:
[the Thomasson-Grant Aviation Library]
Pages:
304

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