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Handling In-Flight Emergencies

McGraw Hill Aviation
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Most in-flight emergencies can be safely resolved if the pilot has the proper training and mental attitude. This information-packed manual for private and recreational pilots, flight instructors, and students describes a variety of procedures you can use to pre-empt or successfully cope with almost any emergency situation. Emphasizing the importance of preflight preparation and awareness of changing flight conditions, author Jerry A. Eichenberger, a commercial pilot and flight instructor, explains how your reactions in the cockpit can affect the outcome of potential problems, such as thunderstorms; icing; engine, communications, and electrical system failures; straying off course or becoming lost; and flying in IFR conditions. By following the advice in this practical guide, you'll establish a regular training routine that will not only improve your ability to handle emergencies but also reduce your chances of finding yourself in emergency situations.

Book Details:
Author:  Jerry A. Eichenberger
Paperback:
300 pages
Publisher:McGraw-Hill Professional; 2nd edition (October 18, 2001)
ISBN: 0071376038
Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds.
 

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Most in-flight emergencies can be safely resolved if the pilot has the proper training and mental attitude. This information-packed manual for private and recreational pilots, flight instructors, and students describes a variety of procedures you can use to pre-empt or successfully cope with almost any emergency situation. Emphasizing the importance of preflight preparation and awareness of changing flight conditions, author Jerry A. Eichenberger, a commercial pilot and flight instructor, explains how your reactions in the cockpit can affect the outcome of potential problems, such as thunderstorms; icing; engine, communications, and electrical system failures; straying off course or becoming lost; and flying in IFR conditions. By following the advice in this practical guide, you'll establish a regular training routine that will not only improve your ability to handle emergencies but also reduce your chances of finding yourself in emergency situations.

Book Details:
Author:  Jerry A. Eichenberger
Paperback:
300 pages
Publisher:McGraw-Hill Professional; 2nd edition (October 18, 2001)
ISBN: 0071376038
Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds.
 

 

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