Reviewing Techniques  for Low Time IFR Pilots, by Jose Velazquez

Reviewing Techniques
for Low Time IFR Pilots

by Jose Velazquez

Copyright Date:
2015
Edition:
Second
Pages:
115
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This book is intended to reinforce oneís skills by those who have an IFR rating but donít fly often in IFR conditions.

This book aims to review flying techniques that were verbally stated in IFR training but are often forgotten by low time IFR users. Authors, Mark Velasquez and Dr. Jose Velazquez have many years experience as instrument pilots. Mark Velasquez began flying like many others, part time while in college and after work. He subsequently became an instructor at San Diego Flight Training International, the flight school where he received his ratings. Afterwards, he ―flew‖ the civilian route to become an airline pilot. First flying cargo with AirNet Express, Inc., and then with American Eagle. Dr. Jose Velasquez has been an instrument pilot since 2003. Both realized that experienced pilots as well as novice pilots need reminders of the information they were told by their instructors. Too often the information was relayed to pilot verbally while he or she was busy flying their aircraft. Mark, an attorney, and Jose, a business consultant and an adjunct professor, have written the information in a logical, linear format to assist one in becoming a better pilot. However, no two flights are ever the same, and neither are pilots. Therefore, it is not necessary to read the chapters in order. Even though this book was written with the single engine general aviation aircraft in mind, it is applicable to all IFR flights in different makes and models of aircrafts.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

PREFACE
Pre-Fight Planning, Departure and Transitioning Procedures
Enroute Flight
Intercepts & Navigation
Holding
Planning for the Approach, the Five Aís
Instrument Approach Procedure Charts, Approach Segments and the Procedure Turn
DME Arc
ILS Approaches
VOR Approaches
ADF Approaches
GPS Approaches
Landing
Partial Panel, Practice Approaches and Charts
Global Positioning System (GPS) and Integrated Display
VFR
Conclusions
Commonly Used Terms and Phraseology
Acronyms
Index
NOTES

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