Controlling Pilot Error:
How to conquer obstacles to skillful communications inside the cockpit and out, as well as how to control all manners of radio communications clearly.
*Overcome barriers to good communications in the cockpit and out
*Handle all aspects of radio communications effectively and safely
*Recognize and correct miscommunications
*Improve interactions with air traffic controllers
*Communicate more effectively in training situations
*Vary radio use to specific airport environments
*Understand the capabilities and limitations of communications equipment
*Know the rules and how to apply them
FAST & FOCUSED Rx FOR PILOT ERROR
The most effective aviation safety tools available, CONTROLLING PILOT ERROR guides offer you expert protection against the causes of up to 80% of aviation accidents—pilot mistakes.
This book provides:
*Related case studies
*Valuable "save yourself" techniques and safety tips
*Clear and concise analysis of error sets
eBook File Description:
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
|1||To Get Us Started...||1|
|2||Radio Communications: Problems, Causes, Solutions||11|
|3||The Airspaces and Communication Requirements||37|
|4||Communications Cases in the Tower-Controlled Airport Environment||71|
|5||Communications in the Nontower Airport Environment||111|
|6||Communications in the Class A and E Airspaces||139|
|7||Communications in General-Aviation Training||159|
|8||A Few Words About Controllers||187|
Paul E. (Pete) Illman is the author of THE PILOT'S AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL HANDBOOK, now in its Third Edition; THE PILOT'S HANDBOOK OF AERONAUTICAL KNOWLEDGE, now in its Fourth Edition; and THE PILOT'S RADIO COMMUNICATIONS HANDBOOK, now in its Fifth Edition, all published by McGraw-Hill. An active private pilot for over 50 years, he holds a certificate with single-engine, commercial, and multi-engine ratings. Mr. Illman was employed by TWA for more than 30 years in various management capacities, and is a member of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, the United States Pilots Association, and the Kansas Pilots Association.
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