Mastering Instrument Flying

Paperback | February 28, 1999

byHenry Sollman

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Every aviator can learn the FAA's practical instrument test standards and earn the IFR with this complete course in instrument flight, written by two experienced instructors with more than 80 years of flying between them.

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Every aviator can learn the FAA's practical instrument test standards and earn the IFR with this complete course in instrument flight, written by two experienced instructors with more than 80 years of flying between them.

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Discover today's IFR skills and electronics. This third edition brings you up to speed with the electronics revolution and its impact on instrument flight training and information. Written for pilots and their instructors by renowned pilots and instructors, this idealinstructional manual for earning the IFR gives you: a building-block...

Henry Sollman is an award-winning flight instructor who has been flying for more than 50 years. He developed the highly successful 10-day instrument certification program on which Mastering Instrument Flying is based.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:9 × 7.3 × 1.06 inPublished:February 28, 1999Publisher:McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0070596905

ISBN - 13:9780070596900

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Table of Contents

The Psychology of Instrument Flight.

Mastery of Instrument Flight in 20 Lessons.

Preparing for an Instrument Flight.

Weather/Whether to Fly?

How to Get a Good Weather Briefing.

Airplane, Instrument, and Equipment Checks.

Clearances and Communications.

Basic Instruments.

Turns, Climbs, and Descents.

VOR Procedures.

Holding Patterns.

Stalls, Unusual Attitudes, and Partial Panel.

The NDB Unmasked.

Approaches I: Approach Basics and NDB Approaches.

Approaches II: VOR, DME, and GPS.

Approaches III: ILS, Localizer, and Radar.

Putting It All Together: The Long IFR Cross-Country.

Getting the Most Out of the Instrument Written Exam.

Stress Can Spoil Your Whole Day.

How I Conduct an Instrument Flight Test.

Moving On--and Up.

Instrument Rating Syllabus.

Apepndices:

A: The Instrument Pilot's Professional Library.

B: FAR Excerpts.

C: Glossary.