I prefer to not have something so in depth that I am tempted to try to teach myself or that it does not make sense without practicing the practical side. Chapter 5 , Radio Navigation: Holding Patterns. I have no plans to try to teach myself procedures. For Computer programs, I prefer the pricey Sporty's. Jeppesen's textbook is excellent, expensive but a awesome reference book.
The manual very competently describes how instruments of the era work, and how they are applied to the conditions of flight and the environment. Jim I probably have all the books mentioned above. Chapter 7 , Cross-Country Flying, Advanced Equipment. Chapter 2 , Instrument Scanning, Interpretation, and Aircraft Control. Since we stock almost everything we sell, we offer same day shipping: in-stock orders placed by 5pm Eastern weekdays , will be shipped that same day, often within minutes of ordering. It covered everything I needed to study for the Oral and Knowledge tests. I use it for show and tell, but I reference a book below for material.
That said, I strongly recommend against trying to teach yourself instrument procedures. Over all well worth buying it. Kershner is now the editor of the Kershner Manuals Series; he received his training from his father and is a flight instructor and airline captain. Photo by Lawson Bordley Our books: The Student Pilot's Flight Manual, 10th edition ebook and graphics available The Flight Instructor's Manual, 5th edition ebook available The Instrument Flight Manual, 7th edition ebook available The Advanced Pilot's Flight Manual, 7th edition The Basic Aerobatic Manual Logging Flight Time. After 30 days, we will continue to support the product for a full year, but refunds and exchanges are not accepted. Over all well worth buying it. Eckalbar I love Rod's sense of humor and stories.
Written for the pilot desiring to add an instrument rating, and for the instrument-rated pilot who needs a refresher. It contains information on the spectrum of subjects that provide the necessary background of information for those planning and executing flights under instrument flight rules. How to master holding patterns the easy way—you visualize the pattern and entry procedure while you look at the flight instruments and maintain airplane control. Each day, we process all returns and exchanges before new orders go out. The exact formatting and layout of the print books is maintained text, images, margins, page breaks, etc.
The Instrument Rating and Beyond Based on the original text by William K. Our Guarantee Our guarantee has not changed since we introduced our first product in 1962. Based on the original texts by William K. The books range from taking the first flight The Student Pilot's Flight Manual to teaching the first flight The Flight Instructor's Manual. Helpful notes in the margins provide quick definitions of terms, further emphasis on key points, or explanation of mnemonic devices. Thorough review sections at the end of each chapter hone your knowledge. Chapter 6 , Radio Navigation: Departures, Arrivals, and Approaches.
Hundreds of full-color illustrations simplify even those procedures perceived to be complicated: holding patterns, intercepting and tracking, flying an approach with crosswinds. The writing is clear, concise, and provides comprehensive information on the practical aspects of flying. Each book has more than 500 pages and at least as many original illustrations and charts. Chapter 3 , Instrument Flight Maneuvers. Kershner, this new seventh edition has been updated throughout to reflect current regulations, operating procedures, and technology.
That's what we use at Professional Instrument Courses. Each book has more than 500 pages and at least as many original illustrations and charts. The grouping of the chapters was very good. All air work is depicted graphically as well as textually for maximum comprehension. Glynn Falcon, Tina Anderson, Dr. Textbook Images Download - Graphic images from the associated textbook.
We know of no other company who does this! Contains up-to-date procedures and tips that could only be gleaned from experts, making it an invaluable reference book for the instrument-rated pilot as well. Part 1 contains Basic Aircraft Control and Instrument Interpretation, Part 2 addresses Navigation, and Part 3 reviews Weather. Both conventional steam gauge and glass cockpit instruments are covered. Note that these are days in transit are business days, so Saturday and Sunday are not included. However, it serves more as a book long cheat sheet, just to refresh already learned concepts. Otherwise, you may be teaching yourself poor techniques and then ingraining the by exercise, making the job longer and harder when you do start instrument training with an instructor. Richard Mangrum, Jason Blair, Dr.