Covering all the essentials of turbine aircraft, this guide will prepare readers for a turbine aircraft interview, commuter ground school, or a new jet job. The Turbine Pilot"s Flight Manual provides the only complete, understandable "how things work" explanation of turbine aircraft. It is intended for pilots graduating to more sophisticated aircraft and pilots wanting to review or learn the basics of turbine engine flight. Highly illustrated and clearly written, this manual is understandable to all pilots. It offers a complete description of turbine aircraft engines and systems, covering turboprops and jets; additional chapters on important related topics such as high-speed aerodynamics, multipilot crew coordination, wake turbulence, and high-altitude weather; coverage of "pure jet" operations, large aircraft systems, and other data needed by experienced pilots for review prior to recurrent, upgrade, or transition training; and explanations, intended for ex-military "jet jockeys," of civilian flight operations, aircraft, and systems as well as turboprop and multipilot operations and transition training.
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Whether you’re a piston pilot preparing for turbine ground school, a transitioning military pilot boning up for that first corporate or airline interview, or an old pro brushing up on turbine aircraft operations, The Turbine Pilot’s Flight Manual is designed for you. With precision and a sense of humor, authors Greg Brown and Mark Holt cover all the basics, clearly explaining the differences between turbine aircraft and their piston engine counterparts.
In addition to comprehensive descriptions of turbine aircraft engines and all major systems, this manual addresses high-speed aerodynamics, coordinating multipilot crews, wake turbulence, and navigating in high-altitude weather. You’ll be introduced to state-of-the-art cockpit instrumentation including the flight management system (FMS) and the head-up guidance system (HGS or HUD) and learn the operating principles of hazard avoidance systems including weather radar, lighting detectors, and the ground proximity warning system (GPWS), plus much, much more
The authors clarify complex topics with a wealth of illustrations and for the first time include in this edition the multimedia Aircraft Systems CD-ROM (MAC and PC). Now, while reading the book, you can access narrated color to understand. Also included are glossary of airline and corporate aviation terminology, handy turbine pilot rules of thumb, and a comprehensive turbine aircraft Spotter’s Guide.About the Author:
Greg Brown has long wandered the skies of North America with family and friends. His love of flying is apparent to anyone who reads his "Flying Carpet" column in AOPA Flight Training magazine, or his stories in AOPA Pilot and other publications. An aviator since 1972, Greg was 2000 National Flight Instructor of the Year, winner of the 1999 NATA Excellence in Pilot Training Award, and the first NAFI Master Flight Instructor. He holds an airline transport pilot certificate with Boeing 737 type rating, and flight instructor certificate with all fixed-wing aircraft ratings. Other books by Greg Brown include Flying Carpet, Job Hunting for Pilots, The Savvy Flight Instructor, and You Can Fly!
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Book Description Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc., U.S.A., 2001. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. 2nd Edition. Bookseller Inventory # 000082
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