Aviation Instructor's Handbook
Publisher: Federal Aviation Administration 2008
Number of pages: 228
A key reference tool to all the information necessary for operating as an authorized flight instructor, this book was designed for ground, flight, and aviation maintenance instructors to provide up-to-date information on learning and teaching aeronautical knowledge and skills to students. Experienced aviation instructors will find the information useful for improving their effectiveness in training activities. Subjects covered include human behavior, the learning process, effective communication, the teaching process, assessments, planning instruction activity, instructor responsibilities, techniques of flight instruction, and risk management.
Home page url
Download or read it online for free here:
by Laurence K. Loftin, Jr. - United States Government Printing
This volume traces the technical development of the airplane from a curiosity at the beginning of World War I to the highly useful machine of today. Included are significant aircraft that incorporated important technical innovations.
by Claude Grahame-White - Small, Maynard and Co
The book on the early history of aeroplane, written by Claude Grahame-White, the pioneer of flight. It covers the beginning development in Europe, the first historic flight, development of the aeroplane engine, first fatal accidents, and more.
- US Government Printing Office
The purpose of this advisory circular is to make amateur-built/ultralight aircraft pilots aware that test flying an aircraft is a critical undertaking, which should be approached with thorough planning, skill, and common sense.
- Federal Aviation Administration
Providing aviators with comprehensive information on the advanced avionics equipment available in technically sophisticated aircraft, this FAA handbook covers a wide range of subjects about the essentials of operating cockpit-computers.