Ace The Technical Pilot Interview, by Gary Barstow

Ace The Technical
Pilot Interview

by Gary Barstow

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ISBN:
0071793879
Copyright Date:
2012
Edition:
2nd
Pages:
365
Binding:
Paperback
Dimensions:
9.0" x 6.0"
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Perfect for job interviews, promotion selection, and general reference. 1000+ questions and answers in 11 major categories and 71 subcategories

Get your career off the ground with this updated guide to acing the technical pilot interview!

Written by an experienced airline pilot, Ace the Technical Pilot Interview, Second Edition is filled with more than 1000 questions and answers, many of them all-new. This practical study tool asks the right questions so you'll know the right answers. It's a must-have, one-stop resource for all pilots, regardless of aircraft type, performance, or global region.

Ace the Technical Pilot Interview, Second Edition helps you:
* Review the material most likely to be asked on your interview
* Practice with 1000+ exam-style questions—complete with answers
* Learn about the latest technologies, including CPDLC (Controller Pilot Data Link Communications) and ADS (Automatic Dependent Surveillance)

Focus your study on what you need to know COVERAGE INCLUDES:
Aerodynamics
• Engines
• Jet and propeller aircraft differences
• Navigation
• Atmosphere and speed
• Aircraft instruments and systems
• Performance and flight planning
• Meteorology and weather recognition
• Flight operations and technique
• Human performance
• Type-specific questions


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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  • Aerodynamics
    • forces/airfoils, lift, drag, weight & momentum, swept wing, speed, stalls, instability, control surfaces
  • Engines
    • applied law, piston engines, propellers, gas turbine engines, fire detection systems
  • Jet and Prop Aircraft Differences
  • Navigation
    • chart navigation, airborne navigation, ground navigation, radar
  • Atmosphere and Speed
  • Instruments & Systems
    • pressure instruments, gyro instruments, magnetic instruments, radio instruments, advanced flight instruments, communication systems, avoidance systems, flight management, electrical systems
  • Performance and Flight Planning
    • loading, takeoff and climb, enroute performance, descent & landing
  • Meteorology
    • heat and temperature, moisture and clouds, storms and precipitation, winds, air masses and fronts, turbulence, icing, visibility, climatology, weather forecasts and reports
  • Flight Operations
    • instrument procedures and techniques, radiotelephony, air law, weather recognition, adverse conditions technique
  • Human Performance
  • Type Specific Questions
    • aircraft, engines, operations

From the Introduction:

In most pilot interviews you will be asked some technical questions. The scope that may be asked is vast, and obviously a major part of the decision as to who gets hired is based on how well you answer these questions. The degree to which you might be examined also varies considerably. Some operators will ask only one or two questions, whereas other will grill the applicant with questions of increasing difficulty. Fortunately though, the interviewer generally is happy if you can answer an adequate percentage of those questions.


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