Plane Sense: General Aviation Information
Publisher: Federal Aviation Administration 2008
Number of pages: 100
This handbook is a valuable reference tool for reviewing the nuts and bolts of general aviation, outlining the rules, regulations, and practical aspects of owning and operating a private aircraft. This full-color manual covers subjects such as aircraft owner responsibilities, obtaining FAA publications and records, buying an aircraft, special flight permits, light-sport aircraft, aircraft maintenance, maintenance records, airworthiness directives, and the service difficulty program.
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by Ted Wilbur - NC-4 50th Anniversary Committee
Early in 1919, a young Naval Aviator predicted that trans-oceanic flight was 'a perfectly safe and sane commercial proposition, not a gigantic gamble.' The U.S.Navy NC-4 proved how right he was with the first flight across the Atlantic.
- 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.
by Albert Edward Dixie - Gieves publishing company
This work (first published in 1917) has been undertaken in the hope that it may prove of assistance to officers in the Royal Naval Air Service, as it condenses into a small compass all the subjects in navigation they are required to know.
- Aviation Supplies & Academics
The fundamental skills and essential information necessary for piloting airplanes are introduced in this beginning aviator's guide. Pilots wishing to improve their flying proficiency will benefit from the information in this pilot resource.