Description - Handling In-Flight Emergencies by Jerry A. Eichenberger
This is a guide to the in-air emergencies general aviation pilots are likely to encounter in their flying careers. It provides prevention, management and correction procedures, and uses real-life case studies to illustrate emergencies. Emergency scenarios include: heavy surface winds, icing, thunderstorms, mechanical failures, navigational errors, flying in IFR conditions, and spatial disorientation.
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(236mm x 191mm x 15mm)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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Author Biography - Jerry A. Eichenberger
JERRY A. EICHENBERGER is an active aviation lawyer who has been involved in the field for many years as a general aviation and commercial pilot, flight instructor, and airplane owner. He contributes to Private Pilot and Custom Planes Magazine as a legal editor. Also a writer, Eichenberger has contributed articles to such publications as Plane and Pilot News and Business; Commercial Aviation, and has written several aviation books, including Cross-Country Flying; General Aviation Law, Second Edition; and Your Pilot's License, Sixth Edition.