The Right Seat Handbook: A White-Knuckle Flier's Guide to Light Planes

Paperback | August 1, 1994

byCharles F. Spence

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If your favorite passenger tends to be nervous or you're tired of being asked why you spend so much time at the airport, this passenger-friendly guide could be your ticket to peace. Soothing and informative, it answers questions passengers may be afraid to ask-like ``what happens if the engine quits?' while providing a confidence- and enthusiasm-building introduction to flying.

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If your favorite passenger tends to be nervous or you're tired of being asked why you spend so much time at the airport, this passenger-friendly guide could be your ticket to peace. Soothing and informative, it answers questions passengers may be afraid to ask-like ``what happens if the engine quits?'' while providing a confidence- and...

Charles F. Spence (Gaithersburg, MD) is a veteran of aviation marketing and publishing. His career includes editorship of Private Pilot magazine, Public Relations Director for the 350,000-member general aviation organization, AOPA, and continues currently as industry liason and Capitol Hill reporter for General Aviation News Internatio...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 7.8 × 5 × 0.37 inPublished:August 1, 1994Publisher:McGraw-Hill

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ISBN - 10:0070601488

ISBN - 13:9780070601482

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