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 "Which books should an informed aviator have?"

"The following resources very informative and interesting, which is why I heartily recommend them to any pilot, or potential pilot. A properly stocked and oft used aviation library is fuel in reserve. Don't just get these books and let them sit. Read, study, learn and incorporate the wisdom you gain from these publications into your aviation activities. Read, study, learn and use wisely and your aviation future is assured. Success seeks the wise."

-- Christina Nikolov
Founder/CEO, ChartWatchCentral, Inc.

 "Books for an informed aviator"

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Airplane Flying Handbook

ISBN# 1619540193

Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge

ISBN# 1619540207

Aeronautical Chart User's Guide

ISBN# 1619541149

Instrument Flying Handbook

ISBN# 1619540223

Instrument Procedures Handbook

ISBN# 1619543389

Aviation Instructor's Handbook

ISBN# 1490427554

Aviation Weather

ISBN# 1619540185

Aviation Weather Services

ISBN# 1619542617

Aeronautical Information Manual

ISBN# 1619542501

Aircraft Weight and Balance Handbook

ISBN# 1782660445

Private Pilot PTS (FAA-S-8081-14BS)

ISBN# 1560279400

Instrument Rating PTS (FAA-S-8081-4E)

ISBN# 1560277793

Risk Management Handbook

ISBN# 1939878071

Advanced Avionics Handbook

ISBN# 1490414762

  "Toolbox of a prepared aviator"

Training Tools

Planning Tools

Aircraft Checklists

Chart Supplement U.S.

Aircraft Magneto Lesson

Airport/FBO/Fuel Info

Aviation Reference Desk

Airport Taxi Diagrams

Biennial Ground Review

Aviation Chart Bulletins

Circuit Breaker Reset Hazard

Chart (Sky Vector)

Conducting an Effective Flight Review

Closest Airport Locator

FAA Advisory Circular Database

Events

Flight Standards Information Management System

Expert Weather

IACRA Training

Flight Restrictions

Instructor Endorsements (AC 61-65E)

Great Circle Mapper

Instrument Oral Exam Guide

Places to Eat

Instrument Proficiency Check Guidance

Preferred IFR Routes 

Listen to ATC Communications

Runway Finder

Mnemonics

Terminal Procedures

National Interagency Airspace

Track an IFR Flight

Pilot Supplies

VFR X-Country

Pre-Solo Written Exam

Weather Briefing 

Regulatory and Guidance Library

 

VOR Simulator

Helpful Tools

Wake Turbulence Avoidance (AC 90-23F)

Get Pilot Jobs

Pilot Proficiency Workshops (FREE)

NASA Form

  "Procedures uncovered - Learn how the best do it"

Learn from the best

Learn from the best

Crosswind Taxi Diagram

Unusual Attitudes

Crosswind Component

Stall/Spin Awareness

Radio Communications

Spin Entry/Recovery

Pitch/Power Chart

Engine Failure

Traffic Pattern

Aborted Landing

Minimum Controllable Airspeed (MCA)

Rectangular Course

Holding Pattern Entry

Crosswind Takeoff

VFR Cross Country Flight Planning

*Steep Turns

S-Turns Across A Road

*Normal Takeoff

Turns Around A Point

*Normal Landing

Chandelle

*Crosswind Landing

Lazy Eights

 

Eights On Pylons

 

Wake Turbulence

 

 

 

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 "AOPA Safety Advisor (Safety First)"

Safety Advisor (below)

Safety Advisor (below)

Towered Airport Operations

Airspace

Nontowered Airport Operations

Aircraft Icing

Takeoffs and Landings

Collision Avoidance

Terrain Avoidance - Night

Flight Assist

Maneuvering Flight

Fuel Awareness

Spatial Disorientation

Mountain Flying

In-Flight Intercept Procedures

Propeller Safety

Interactive Safety Courses

Flight Review Guide

"Keep an open mind...Learn from the experience of others"

Magazine Articles

Magazine Articles

Radio Communications Basics

VFR Refresher

Decoding ATC Phrases

Staying Sharp

Preflight Inspection

Pilotspeak

Communications Failure

Go Around

Traffic Pattern Safety

Basic Instruments

Traffic Pattern Perfection

Takeoff

Landing on the Runway Centerline

Spins

Crosswind Landing Technique

Pilotage

Perfecting the Touchdown

Landing Proficiency

Collision Avoidance

Wake Turbulence

Collision Avoidance - 2

Stabilized Approach

Should I go VFR or IFR?

Engine Out

Infrequent Flyer Proficiency

Scanning for Traffic

Engine Failure After Takeoff

Runway Manners

Always Check the Oil

IFR Cancellation Trap

In-Flight Emergencies

Runway Incursion

Perils of Night VFR

Importance of Checklists

Abandoned & Little-Known Airfield

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