Fly A Plane

Author: John Pullen
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781984908629
Size: 16,88 MB
Format: PDF
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For boys and girls aged 7years and up... Have you ever wanted to know how to fly a plane? Or perhaps your dream is to become an airline pilot? This book will help you to do both. Join Captain Jack and First Officer Alisha as they fly an airliner from London to Athens in Greece. You will be with them for every part of the flight as they explain and show you how to fly a modern jet. From the very start when they check over their flight plan to shutting down the engines at their destination airport, they will show you how to take-off, climb, navigate, descend and land an airliner. And during the flight they will also explain all the aircraft systems from how to pressurise a plane to what to do if a fire breaks out. At the end of this book you will know a lot about how to fly an airliner and what the pilots do on each flight. And to make sure you know what Captain Jack and Alisha know, there are questions at the end of each section. But don't worry, you can find all the answers at the back of the book. So if you would love to be a pilot, read this book and you will find yourself in the cockpit with the pilots learning to fly an airliner.

How To Fly A Plane

Author: Nick Barnard
Editor: Harry N. Abrams
ISBN: 9780810995444
Size: 17,86 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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How to Fly a Plane is the most complete guide to flying a plane available. It’s perfect for the novice pilot or curious adventurer, and a great gift for the aviation obsessed. Nick Barnard has created the ultimate companion for armchair flyers and focused students alike. Beautifully designed with more than 200 color photographs and illustrations, and edited with a sharp sense of how to relate the complex activity of flying in simple, easy-to-understand terms, this is the must-have book for anyone who has ever dreamed of getting airborne. Learn to operate everything from a glider to an Airbus super-jumbo jet. Barnard covers the basics of aerodynamics from the sensation you’ll experience in the air and a step-by-step training flight to contact information for training schools and specifics regarding different types of aircraft. There are tips for your first flight and advice regarding the best plane for your needs. Divided into three sections, Nick Barnard covers basics and puts you in the cockpit so you can feel what it’s like to get up in the air for the very first time. How to Fly a Plane is an excellent resource for all would-be and novice pilots, aircraft enthusiasts, travelers, and fact-fanciers of every stamp.

Flight School

Author: Nick Barnard
Editor:
ISBN: 9780500650011
Size: 17,25 MB
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Introduces the science and technology of planes, discusses what keeps them in the air, and shares facts and statistics about flying.

How To Fly A Plane

Author: Captain Horatio Barber
Editor: Amberley Pub Plc
ISBN: 9781445635835
Size: 13,16 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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How do you fly a Sop with Camel? Or a Bristol Bulldog? Captain Horatio Barber, the first man to make a cargo flight in the world, tells you how.

How To Fly A Plane

Author: Garth James Cameron
Editor:
ISBN: 9780473432638
Size: 18,90 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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I Can Fly A Plane

Author: Marty Tullemans
Editor:
ISBN: 9780648380603
Size: 17,56 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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This light-hearted childern's story book takes us through how the controls of a plane work and their effect on our flight. It is both entertaining and informative for the curious mind.

Mr Putter And Tabby Fly The Plane

Author: Cynthia Rylant
Editor: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780152562533
Size: 15,96 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Mr. Putter's love of toys is almost as strong as his affection for his cat--but are he and she too old to play with a toy airplane?

Teach Yourself To Fly

Author: Nigel Tangye
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1473663997
Size: 15,61 MB
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First published in 1938, Teach Yourself To Fly was not only one of the very first Teach Yourself books to be published but the first to actually change the world. It was used on the eve of the second world war to prepare pilot recruits and conscripts before they were called for service, and as such it was read religiously by thousands of young men, some as young as 17, and directly impacted on the British war effort. This beautiful new printing of the book captures all of the feelings of that extraordinary time - it's nostalgic, understated, inspiring and very British indeed, warning young pilots, amongst other things, not to feel 'too discouraged' in the event of a crash landing. Technology has changed hugely, but the principles of aviation as they were in the middle of the twentieth century are perfectly summarised in this lovely book. Get hold of the right vehicle, and it really can teach you to fly. What happens when you're up there, however, is your responsibility. Since 1938, millions of people have learned to do the things they love with Teach Yourself. Welcome to the how-to guides that changed the modern world.

How To Fly A Plane

Author: John Pullen
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781500984861
Size: 15,80 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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There are many people who have wondered what it must be like to fly an aircraft. Perhaps they have sat in the passenger cabin of an airliner on the way to a holiday destination and imagined what the aircrew did to fly the plane from A to B. Unfortunately, since 9-11 it has become virtually impossible to go into an aircraft cockpit as a member of the public. But it is important to realise that every pilot has to start his or her training somewhere and that somewhere is a small training aircraft. This applies to pilots flying military fighters to jumbo jets. And although these aircraft are very different in size and performance, the basics of flying a plane are very similar. So if you want to really know how to fly a plane, you need to start on a small training aircraft like every other pilot at the beginning of their career. This book will take you through the basics of every stage of a typical flight - from the pre-take-off checks to taxiing, take-off, climb, flying manoeuvres, navigation, flying on instruments and finally, making a safe landing. If you've ever wanted to know how to fly a plane - this is your chance.

Fasten Your Seatbelt The Passenger Is Flying The Plane

Author: Nawal K. Taneja
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351936972
Size: 20,18 MB
Format: PDF
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Fasten Your Seatbelt: The Passenger is Flying the Plane is the fourth in a series written at the encouragement of practitioners in the global airline industry. Core customers are beginning to seize control of the direction of the industry from airline management. Customers are doing so due to deep dissatisfaction with what is being offered by traditional carriers across all areas, including network, product, price, customer service and the distribution system. New airlines have clearly focused business designs with the discipline to reject non-valued products or services. In the US, new airlines score higher in customer satisfaction, offering lower fares and making larger operating profits. This book is about customer behaviour and how to address it. It provides detailed but easy-to-read practical discussion of the changes required on the part of airline management not only to think boldly, but also to execute courageously and relentlessly, ground-breaking strategies to fly ahead of their customers. As with previous books written by Nawal Taneja, the primary audience continues to be senior level practitioners within the global airline industry - in both traditional carrier and low complexity carrier segments. The approach is impartial, candid and pragmatic, based on what is happening in the actual market place rather than theoretical business models.