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Flying the Cirrus SR22 Turbo: Step-by-Step VFR, with Perspective Avionics By Pete Cook
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Transitioning to the Cirrus SR22? New to the Garmin G1000, or Cirrus Perspective avionics? Don't know which button to push, or which screen to use? This book can help. It takes you step-by-step... More > through the checklists and procedures for flying the turbo-normalized SR22, VFR, with full use of the autopilot. Take advantage of Pete Cook's nine years of instructing Air Force student pilots. This manual is unique in that it provides full-color photos, illustrations, and screenshots for every step of the normal checklists — preflight, engine start, taxi, takeoff, climb, cruise, descent, landing, and shutdown. It is the ideal book for anyone learning to fly this airplane, or even just looking to buy.< Less
Avionics In Plain English By Phil Croucher
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The rate of change in the field of avionics is so fast that even the legislators are struggling to keep up with it. With new digital cockpits, it is getting to the stage that, if your VCR still... More > flashes 12:00, you will have no business flying a modern aircraft! The majority of twin-engined (and many single-engined) aircraft now have complex autopilots, glass cockpits and navigation equipment, possibly including Flight Management Systems (FMS). This book originated with a request from the RCAF for training materials for engineers, but curious pilots whose training syllabus did not include avionics, and who would like to know a little more will find it useful as well.< Less
The Outer Marker By Phil Nussbaum
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In the days before flight directors and glass cockpits were commonplace, small, medium, and large sized aircraft split the night air with a low throaty noise that has all but disappeared from the... More > sky. Turbine powered aircraft of all sizes and design have replaced those revered piston powered aircraft. Corporate regulations have forced this change along with easier maintainable and increased profitability. Fly along with Captain Mary Stevenson as she does her very best to survive weather, FAA encroachment, aircraft and crew issues in the last charge of the piston pounders who made the over night freight industry what it is today. There is lots to learn from Captain Stevenson while she heads the last of her breed into history.< Less