When I was a student pilot, I carried two flight bags to each lesson. One held my headset, flashlights, E6B, plotter, charts, etc. All the stuff I needed for flight planning and flying. The second bag held my books. I carried all the standards like the Airplane Flying Handbook, Pilot’s Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge, FAR/AIM, […]Continue reading
Way back in olden times (when I was a teenager) I read the books written by Frank Kingston Smith. I found “Week-end Pilot” and “Flights of Fancy” at the local library and was immediately fascinated. Years later I also read “Weekend Wings”. They might not have been the start of my fascination with flying but, […]Continue reading
After reading Max Trescott’s GPS and WAAS Instrument Flying Handbook I wanted more. So, I ordered his G1000 Glass Cockpit Handbook. I highly recommend this reference to anyone who pilots, or wants to, an aircraft equipped with the G1000 system installed. Not only will you learn the basic of operating the G1000, you will also get […]Continue reading
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