This is a comprehensive guide for those undergoing flight training that is very easy to read and understand. The author has produced this guide from his own direct experiences and although the target readership is those considering, or starting, flight training, this is an excellent guide for all aviation enthusiasts. – Highly Recommended
NAME: The PPL Companion, 45 Lessons to Guide You Through Flight Training FILE: R2900 AUTHOR: Daniel Coleman PUBLISHER: DestinWorld Publishing BINDING: soft back PAGES: 219 PRICE: £12.99 GENRE: Non Fiction SUBJECT: PPL, Private Pilots License, flying, training, legal requirements, flight controls, instruments, navigation, light aircraft, airfields, engines, flight check, basic understanding, technology, communications
IMAGE: B2900.jpg BUYNOW: tinyurl.com/yyl3j7nf LINKS: DESCRIPTION: This is a comprehensive guide for those undergoing flight training that is very easy to read and understand. The author has produced this guide from his own direct experiences and although the target readership is those considering, or starting, flight training, this is an excellent guide for all aviation enthusiasts. – Highly Recommended The joy of flight is one of those life experiences that is only fully experienced as a pilot. To reach that point can be a daunting prospect for those inspired by seeing aircraft take to the air from airports and at air displays. Taking to the air for the first time, as a passenger, can be great experience but it does little to expose the mysteries of the flight deck and the pilot's seat. Many never go beyond being a passenger on a scheduled flight because it seems such a challenging endeavour to learn to fly and gain a PPL. This book takes the novice and the aspirant through a series of logical points to undertaking training and then guides through that training. The guide is very easy to read and sets out each step logically. In the process, it lifts the fear of the apparent complexities. Aircraft are remarkably simple, even the most complex military and civil aircraft. The first look in a cockpit provides a very different impression, but this guide walks the reader through the elements of flying that set out the logical layout of instrumentation and controls. From the bewildering array of instruments the standard six can be seen in relation to the other instruments that indicate how the engine is working, and the fuel status, together with each of the groups of indicators and controls. Illustration in a photo-plate section, and with drawings and sketches through the body of the text, is neatly done to support the narrative.