Updated for new developments in multiengine flight requirement--including FAA regulations, high-altitude operations, "Glass Cockpit" systems, Cockpit Resource Management (CRM), and other important areas--this comprehensive guide is essential to making the transition from single- to multiengine flying. All aspects of multiengine systems, maneuvers, flight training, and aerodynamics are discussed and explained in a conversational style. This expanded edition offers current Multiengine rating and airline Transport Pilot practical Test Standards, a complete High- Altitude ground course, and details on the often misunderstood FAA Minimum Equipment Lists (MELs) and rules pertaining to flight with inoperative equipment. It also contains career-climbing information about building time and quality time, as well as material on current hiring techniques and strategies for airlines and corporations.
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The most complete, timely guide to multiengine flying Multiengine maneuvers, systems, and aerodynamics are profoundly different from those in single-engine airplanes and, contrary to what most single-engine pilots believe, there are situations when a multiengine plane can be more--not less--dangerous than flight in a single. First covering the fundamentals of multiengine flight, this book includes multiengine aerodynamics, takeoff and landings, and engine-out procedures. It also includes the current FAA Multiengine rating and Airline Transport Pilot Practical Test Standards to help prepare you for the oral and flight exams. The new, updated Second Edition provides vital information on: Sample oral test questions; Flight training syllabus and guides; High-altitude operations--with information now required for high-altitude endorsement, such as pressurization systems, rapid decompression, oxygen requirements, and human physiological training; "Glass Cockpit" systems; Cockpit Resource Management (CRM) techniques and applications for multiengine aircraft in both crew and single-pilot operations; FAA Minimum Equipment Lists (MELs) and regulations pertaining to flight with inoperative equipment; Computer-based training, flight training devices, and flight simulator training; Computer-based training, flight training devices, and flight simulator training; Upgrading from piston-powered aircraft to turbines; Career-climbing information on flight time building, quality time building, and current hiring practices for airlines and corporations. The new Second Edition of Multiengine Flying not only helps you reach your goal of a multiengine rating--it prepares you for making sound, in-flight decisions that prevent problems and even accidents.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 2nd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070134537
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