Aviall Product Catalog And Source Book Page 2509 Pilot Supplies

FAR/AIM Manual 2015 Includes the new Sport Pilot Regulations as well as 14 CFR-135 with complete pilot/controller glossary. Also includes FAR Parts 1, 43, 61, 67, 71, 73, 91, 97, 119, 133, 135, 141, 142, HMR 175 and NTSB 830, and the complete FAA Aeronautical Information Manual. The FAR/AIM Manual uses special study lists to direct students to the appropriate FARs and exercise questions tailored for private, instrument, commercial and helicopter pilots. ISBN# 0-88487-313-7 . 10001889-007 Pilot Certifications and Flight Schools ISBN# 088487-173-8 FARs Explained 1, 61, 91, 141 and NTSB 830 10001338-011 Maintenance Operations ISBN# 088487-322-6 FARs Explained 1, 21, 43, 65, 145 and 147 10001925-001 Airport Operations ISBN# 088487-529-6 FARs Explained 16, 139, 150, 155, 156, 157, 158, 161, 169 10001931 FARs Explained Jeppesen's series of FARs Explained reference books has become an industry standard. Each publication includes easy-to-read and understand explanations of the regulations, cross-references to other FARs to aid understanding, actual case histories, NTSB decisions and FAA Chief Counsel Opinion excerpts. Aviation Weather Lab Manual Designed to be used with the Aviation Weather textbook, the Lab Manual allows students to practice the application of weather concepts, especially as they relate to operational uses. 10001788-002 Aviation Weather The most comprehensive, award-winning aviation weather book in the industry. Covers in detail the latest METAR, TAF and graphic weather products from AC00- 45E, Aviation Weather Services. International weather and accident/incident information is included to add relevance to the weather data. Expanded coverage of icing, weather hazards and flight planning. Review questions with answers at the end of the book. By Peter F. Lester. ISBN# 0-88487-446-X. 10001850-002 Aviation History One of the most significant books on aviation history that has been published to date, Aviation History is an exciting full-color book that gives both new and experienced pilots a unique perspective on international aviation history. Packed with information including over 950 photographs and color graphics, Aviation History explores the question "What was aviation?" from its birth in Annonay, France, in 1783, to the exhilarating accomplishments in space. Through personal profiles, you are able to meet the people who made significant contributions to aviation. You will explore historical evidence and see how historians use the artifacts of aviation to confirm what happened. ISBN# 0-88487-433-8. 10001810 2509

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