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Transition to twins
Transition To Twins
by David Robson
Use this book to help you acquire your first multi-engine rating.
This is one of the most concise and well-illustrated books on flying twin-engine airplanes available. It covers all facets of multi-engine flight with these features:

Orientation to multi-engine terms, definitions, and systems
Preflight, ground operations, takeoffs, high speed flight, slow flight, stalling, and landings
Night and IFR operations

Includes a syllabus with lesson objectives, suggested lectures and exercises, as well as checkride questions that apply to any airplane.
109,00 zł
The Instrument Flight Manual

This book gives an overview of IFR operational requirements and helps establish patterns of aeronautical decision making pertaining to instrument flight.


Written for the pilot desiring to add an instrument rating, and for the instrument-rated pilot who needs a refresher. Divided into five sections, the book covers: airplane performance and basic instrument flying, navigation and communication aids and their instruments, planning the instrument flight (weather systems and planning, charts and other aids, and navigation planning), the instrument flight and the knowledge and practical tests (a scenario "trip" using the knowledge gained in the first three sections, including clearances, takeoff and departure, enroute, and approaches), and a syllabus for the instrument trainee and the CFII.
189,00 zł
Flying IFR


This book provides invaluable discussions on instrument airmanship, weather analysis, flight planning and decision making, handling equipment glitches, partial-panel flying, and much more.



Where the initial instrument checkride leaves off with the applicant recieving a “dry” instrument ticket, this book provides the information necessary to “get it wet".
Author Richard Collins shares his experience in this guide to the real world of instrument flight, detailing the IFR system, equipment, and exploring the risks and rewards of instrument flying. The invaluable discussions on instrument airmanship, weather analysis, flight planning and decision making, handling equipment glitches, and that critical survival skill — partial panel flying — are all presented for the sole objective of better preparing you to fly on IFR flight plans.
109,00 zł
Instrument Flying - The Pilot's Manual
An Instrument Rating opens new doors—enabling a pilot to fly more, day or night, in clear or cloudy weather. A pilot with an Instrument Rating is a skilled aviator who has demonstrated mastery of the airplane’s instrument systems and can use preflight and enroute information, aeronautical decision making (ADM), and their knowledge of procedures and regulations to execute a safe flight. The Pilot’s Manual: Instrument Flying provides everything a pilot needs to earn their Instrument Rating and fly safely under instrument flight rules (IFR) and in instrument meteorological conditions (IMC).
399,00 zł