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The Advanced Pilot's Flight Manual
By William K. Kershner
If pilots know the principles of performance they can readily understand the effects of altitude, temperature, and other variables of airplane operation. The Advanced Pilot's Flight Manual bridges the gap between performance theory and practical application, combining the two to explain the fundamentals of airplane performance based on the four forces of lift, weight, drag, and thrust, as well as the effects of variable factors such as altitude and temperature on the operation of the aircraft.
The book's standardized format enables pilots to quickly find information, no matter what type of plane they fly. The text provides detailed information for the pilot who wants to be challenged.
This manual's 21 chapters cover:
1) Airplane Performance and Stability for Pilots
The Advanced Pilot's Flight Manual is the most thorough book available on airplane performance, loading, and stability. Prepare your students for flight with this updated classic.
About the Author: William K. Kershner, a nationally renowned aviator, was named the 1992 FAA/General Aviation Flight Instructor of the year, received the Ninety Nine's Award of Merit in 1994, was named Elder Statesman of Aviation in 1997, and was inducted into the Flight Instructor Hall of Fame in 1998. In 2002, he was inducted into the Tennessee Aviation Hall of Fame. Having logged over 57 years in the industry as a pilot, instructor, and author of flight manuals, Kershner now owns and operates a one-airplane, one-instructor aerobatics school using a Cessna 152 Aerobat in Sewanee, Tennessee. Kershner holds certificates and ratings for: Airline Transport Pilot—multiengine, land; Commercial Privileges—single-engine, land; Flight Instructor—single-engine and multiengine aircraft and instrument; and Ground Instructor—advanced, and has flown airplanes ranging from 4O-hp Cubs to jet fighters.
Softcover, 8.5" x
11", 400 pages.
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