Federal Aviation Regulations Study Guide For The Private Pilot: An Extensive Easy To Use Study Guide To Help Private Pilots Fully Understand The Federal Aviation Regulations
- Publish Date: 2013-05-07
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Elite Aviation Solutions
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Elite Aviation Solutions (EAS) has published one of the easiest-to to-use and best-organized Federal Aviation study guides available. EAS is proud to introduce our new study guide for private pilots: Federal Aviation Regulations Study Guide for the Private Pilot. The Federal Aviation Regulations is one of the most confusing subjects for private pilots. Until now no other book has made it this easy for private pilots to study the regulations. This book is not just easy to use; it is also very thorough because our professional pilot staff went through all of the regulations to determine which regulations applied to a private pilot. Gone are the days when private pilots sifted through a confusing FAR/AIM manual trying to determine what information they needed to understand. Our professional pilot staff has done that for you, and we've organized the Federal Aviation Regulations in an easy-to-use, question-and and-answer study guide format. Additional information has been included with the basic answers to help pilots understand the regulations even better. Apply our Aviation Study Made Easy System to this study guide and greatly reduce your study time. Narrow down the regulations even more to information that mainly applies to your type of flying. For example, if a pilot never operates in an Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ), which is covered in FAR 99 that pilot can completely eliminate Chapter 16 and focus their study time on other sections of the regulations that apply to their type of flying. Most study guides only include a select number of regulations that are most commonly used. We at EAS believe that a FAR study guide should be more thorough than that without being complicated. We feel that a study guide should be complete so that when a private pilot finishes using the study guide they can feel confident that they have reviewed all of the regulations that apply to them. Our Federal Aviation Regulations Study Guide for the Private Pilot has done just that. Our professional pilot staff has gone through all of the regulations and determined which regulations applied to a private pilot. All the FARs a private pilot should be familiar with as recommended by our professional pilot staff are narrowed down to approximately 450 questions with answers. Out of the 450 questions/answers most private pilots will need to only understand approximately 350 to 400 questions/answers. This is based on an estimate of the type of flying an average private pilot does. The great feature of this book is that you have all the available information and you determine what information is important to the type of flying that you do. If a private pilot applies our Aviation Study Made Easy System to this book, after a few study sessions they will be much more familiar with the regulations than most pilots. To create this type of manual takes many hundreds of hours and a lot of experience. Dont spend time creating spend time reviewing efficiently. You have better things to do with your time. With a few clicks of a mouse you can have this book in just a few days. Our goal at EAS is to provide products for pilots that allow them to achieve an elite level of performance. Using our products will allow you to stand out above the crowd and demonstrate an elite level of knowledge and safety. The Federal Aviation Regulations Study Guide for the Private Pilot is an ideal study guide for the Private Pilot Practical Test, Biannual Flight Review, and general study.
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