Aviall Product Catalog And Source Book Page 2445 Pilot Supplies

Textbooks \ PILOT TRAINING Kershner Flight Manuals by William K. Kershner Learn from the Master! The Bill Kershner "Flight Manuals Series" has successfully taught flying for nearly 60 years. Bill Kershner was inducted into the Flight Instructor Hall of Fame in 1998. The Student Pilot's Flight Manual Tenth Edition, edited by William C. Kershner. From first flight to Private Certificate, this is the authoritative volume from The Flight Manuals Series . A textbook, syllabus, and maneuvers manual all in one, this book presents a wealth of practical information while encouraging decision making by students. The fundamentals of flying are clearly described in a step-by-step, informal manner that a student can easily understand. Includes detailed references to maneuvers and procedures, and is fully illustrated with the author's own drawings. This book is also intended as a reference for the Flight Review for private pilots with a single-engine, land airplane rating. Everything a student pilot needs to gain aviation certification. Contains a complete syllabus for the Private Certificate. Softcover, illustrated, 8.25" x 10.75", 464 pages. ISBN 978-1-56027-719-4 ASAFMSTU10 The Instrument Flight Manual Seventh Edition, edited by William C. Kershner. Written for the pilot desiring to add an instrument rating, and for the instrument-rated pilot who needs a refresher. An invaluable resource for preparing for the often difficult instrument rating test. Updated to reflect changes in Federal Aviation Regulations, the book gives an overview of IFR operational requirements and helps establish patterns of successful aeronautical decision-making with regard to instrument flight. Significant time is devoted to air traffic control as it is one of the most difficult aspects of flying IFR. Softcover, illustrated, 8.25" x 10.75", 388 pages. ISBN 978-1-56027-892-4 ASAFMINST7 The Flight Instructor's Manual Fifth Edition, edited by William C. Kershner. Written for the pilot who is working on his or her CFI certificate (airplane and instrument) and is a practical reference for the active flight instructor. Both experienced and newly- certified flight instructors can turn to this excellent resource for information and solutions to common problem areas associated with flight training. The book is organized so each chapter can be used as a stand-alone reference for a particular phase of instruction and serves as a "how to instruct" guide. Softcover, 8.25" x 10.75", 560 pages. ISBN 978-1-56027-939-6 ASAFMCFI5 See pages 2449 - 2451 for more CFI tools. The Advanced Pilot's Flight Manual Seventh Edition. Since the first edition published in 1962, this manual has long been a standard reference for veteran pilots preparing for the commercial written and flight tests. Explanations bridge the gap between theory and practical application, covering the fundamentals of airplane lift, weight, drag, and thrust, as well as the effects of variable factors such as altitude and temperature on the operation of the aircraft. Softcover, 8.5" x 11", 400 pages. ISBN 978-1-56027-620-3 ASAFMADV The Basic Aerobatic Manual Second Edition, edited by William C. Kershner. Introductory standard manual for aerobatic maneuvers ranging from stalls to steep power turns and loops to rolls. Explains and illustrates basic aerobatic maneuvers in a six- lesson supplement to introductory aerobatics instruction. Softcover, 8.25" x 10.75", 128 pages. ISBN 978-1-61954-100-9 ASAFMAER02 Logging Flight Time A light-hearted look at some of this aviation expert's most memorable experiences: a compilation of articles and stories some of which were previously published in AOPA Pilot and Air and Space magazines. Softcover, illustrated, 5.375" x 8.375", 250 pages. ISBN 978-1-56027-616-6 ASAL0GFLT NEW EDITION 2445

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