The Commercial license preparation manual from Kershner's "The Flight
Bill Kershner believes that the average pilot could learn the basics of airplane
performance very easily if the involved mathematics were bypassed. Therefore
one of the purposes of this book is to bridge the gap between theory and practical
application, covering the fundamentals of airplane Lift, Weight, Drag, and Thrust.
If pilots know these basic principles of performance they will readily understand
the effects of variable factors such as altitude and temperature on the operation
of the aircraft.
This manual's 21 chapters cover:
Airplane performance and stability for pilots
Checking out in advanced models and types
Emergencies and unusual situations
Preparing for the commercial knowledge and practical tests
Softcover, 8.5 x 11, 400 pages.