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ePub PilotsReference Guide download
Author:
Michael Grossrubatscher
ISBN13:
978-3000166860
ISBN:
3000166866
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Publisher:
Michael Grossrubatscher (January 1, 2008)
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Subcategory:
Transportation
ePub file:
1950 kb
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1362 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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156

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. It explains one main topic on one spread double page with the text on the left and all relevant graphics on the right side. The table of contents enables a quick start to the desired subject areas or specific topics.

PilotsReference Guide book. The PilotsReference Guide is a comprehensive summarization of many abstract topics for pilots, engineers and aviation enthusiasts. It can be effectively used to prepare for ATPL exams and airline interviews.

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The PilotsReference Guide © is a comprehensive summarization of many abstract topics for pilots, engineers and aviation enthusiasts. The Pilot's Reference Guide © closes the knowledge gap between your airline's operating manual and the airplane's operating handbook. It explains one main topic on one spread double page with the text on the left and all relevant graphics on the right side. The table of contents enables a quick start to the desired subject areas or specific topics. The pocket sized book Version 3.1 contains: 308 Pages 538 Colored graphics, graphs and pics 132 Text pages (English) 132 Graphic Pages 166 Formulas 84 Tables, General Directory, Specific Directory, Complete Directory, Keyword Index Subjects: -Principles of flight -engines -performance -design -navigation -weather -human performance
  • I got this book expecting to get some great information in summary format. I was disappointed and had to return it. The quality of the ebook is atrocious, starting with the graphics which are barely visible. The other let down was sentence structure and grammar: I believe the author is German. It seems whoever must have done the translation was doing so word for word which makes for some strange, run-on sentences.
    The author provides no idea of what basic knowledge is required, but it is clear from reading on that he expects a good grasp of analytical geometry and algebra. In addition, the reader is going to be tackling information related to high-performance aircraft such as jets. Your average General Aviation pilot will be getting little out of that. Coupled with what will feel like rapid-fire machine gun coverage of topics in a very condensed format (I'm not kidding, most topics are one huge chunk of data with no paragraph breaks), I'm going to give this one an Avoid, if possible.

  • Good quality of the book itself-
    Some of them Not so informative
    as the editors say.

  • It's helpful book