The Psychology Of Flight

The Psychology Of Flight

by Thomas Block, Alex Varney

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940158211621
Publisher: Thomas Block
Publication date: 05/01/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 259
File size: 191 KB

About the Author

Thomas Block has been a pilot for nearly 60 years, beginning with Piper J3 Cubs as a teenager. Over the next few years he flew various general aviation aircraft and eventually stepped into airliners. He has accumulated a total of 31,000 hours of flight time. His airline flying career spanned a 36 year period, starting with piston powered propeller airliners on domestic routes and finishing with Trans-Atlantic Widebody jets.

In addition, he has been a noted aviation author of books and magazine articles, including 24 years as a columnist and features writer for FLYING Magazine, a dozen-plus years with Cessna Flyer and Piper Flyer magazines, 10 years as a columnist for Plane & Pilot Magazine, plus various other publications.

He has written a number of aviation theme novels, many of which have gone on to bestseller status around the world; one of his novels was made into a movie in the United States, and one was performed as a serial radio drama in Japan. He has traveled the world extensively for his magazine and book research, and has accumulated cockpit time in everything from blimps, gliders, and up through Supersonic Transports.

In recent years he has turned to audio book production and narration, and, while he has produced a large mix of material, he has often concentrated on aviation theme novels and non-fiction works - including this book. To learn more, visit his website at:

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