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AIRPLANE FLYING
HANDBOOKS

TWO SEPARATE HANDBOOKS

Overview


Present a “heads up” look at the
changes in the Flight Training Handbook
which has become the Basic Airplane
Flying Handbook.


Present you with a brief overview of key
subject areas in each chapter by:


introducing you to significant
changes,


discussing new subject areas, and


mentioning significant areas which
have been deleted.

Objective


Furnish the examiner and flight
instructor with a brief overview
of the Basic Airplane Flying
Handbook.


Familiarize you with the content
of this new publication without
testing at the end of the course.

HANDBOOK ONE


The Basic
Airplane Flying
Handbook

CHAPTER 1 Introduction to
Flight Training


1.1

Advantages


1.2

Choosing a Flight School


1.3

Instructor and Student Relationship


1.4

Role of the FAA


1.5

Study Materials


1.6

Study Habits


1.7

Ground Safety


1.8

Flight Safety


1.9 Safe Operating Limitations


1.10 Aeronautical Decision Making

CHAPTER 2 Introduction to
Airplanes and Engines


2.1

Fuselage


2.2

Wings


2.3

Empennage


2.4

Primary Flight

Controls


2.5

Secondary Flight

Controls


2.6

Landing Gear, Fixed

and Retractable


2.7

Wheel Brakes


2.8

Nosewheel Steering


2.9

Reciprocating

Engines


2.10 Fuel and Oil


Systems


2.11 Induction Systems


2.12 Fuel/Air Mixture


2.13 Ignition System


2.14 Normal


Combustion,


Detonation and

Pre
-
ignition

CHAPTER 2 Introduction to
Airplanes and Engines (continued)


2.15 Turbochargers


2.16 Propellers; Fixed


Pitch, and Constant

Speed


2.17 Cowl Flaps


2.18 Instruments,



General


2.19 Engine Instruments


2.20 Pitot Static and


Vacuum/Pressure


Systems


2.21 Flight Instruments


2.22 Electrical Systems


2.23 Avionics


2.24


Hydraulic Systems


2.25


Environmental


Systems


2.26


Deicing/Anti
-
icing


Systems


2.27


Pressurization


Systems


2.28


Supplemental


Oxygen

CHAPTER 3 Principles of Flight


3.1

Theories of Flight


3.2

Forces Acting on the Airplane


3.3

Stability and Controllability


3.4

Straight and Level Flight


3.5

Turning Flight


3.6

Climbing Flight


3.7

Descending Flight

CHAPTER 4 Weight and Balance
Control


4.1

Weight and Balance Terms and

Definitions


4.2

Weight Control


4.3

Balance and Center of Gravity


4.4

Management of Weight and Balance


4.5

Effects of Adverse Weight and


Balance


4.6

Computing Weight and Balance

CHAPTER 5 The Effect and Use
of Controls


5.1

Ailerons


5.2

Elevator/Stabilator


5.3

Rudder


5.4

Trim Devices


5.5

Use of Flight

Controls


5.6

Flap Control


5.7

Landing Gear

Control


5.8

Throttle Control &

Power Setting


5.9

Propeller Control


5.10 Mixture Control


& Leaning


5.11 Carburetor Heat


Control

CHAPTER 6 Airport Operations


6.1

Airport Taxiway,

Runway Markings and

Signs


6.2

Traffic and Wind

Indicators


6.3

Airport Traffic


Patterns


6.4

Noise Abatement

Procedures


6.5

Radio Comm.


6.6

Airport Operations

Without an Operating

Control Tower



6.7

Airport Operations w/

Operating Control Twr


6.8

Automatic Terminal

Info. Service (ATIS).


6.9

Air Traffic Control

Clearances


6.10


Wake Turbulence


Avoidance


6.11

Wind Shear


6.12

Microbursts


6.13

Visual Approach

Slope Indicator(VASI)


6.14

Terminal Radar Serv.

for VFR Aircraft

CHAPTER 7 Airplane
Performance and Limitations


7.1

Factors Affecting Performance


7.2

Density Altitude


7.3

Weight


7.4

Runway Conditions


7.5

Pilot’s Operating Handbook


7.7

Performance


7.8

V
-
Speeds

CHAPTER 8 Aeromedical Factors


8.1

Obtaining a


Medical Certificate


8.2

General Health


8.3

Hypoxia


8.4

Hyperventilation


8.5

Middle Ear


Discomfort &

Sinus Problems


8.6

Spatial


Disorientation &

Vertigo


8.7


Motion Sickness


8.8


Carbon Monoxide


Poisoning


8.9


Stress and



Fatigue


8.10 Alcohol and


Drugs


8.11 Scuba Diving &


Decompression


Sickness

CHAPTER 9 National Airspace
System



9.1

Controlled Airspace


9.2

Class A


9.3

Class B


9.4

Class C


9.5

Class D


9.6

Class E


9.7

Class G


9.8

Special Use Airspace


9.9

Other Special Airspace Areas

CHAPTER 10 Preflight
Preparation and Procedures



10.1


Certificates and


Documents


10.2


Preflight of the


Pilot


10.3


Preflight



Preparation (Flight


Planning)


10.4 Airplane Preflight


Inspection (Visual


Inspection)


10.5


Cockpit Mgmnt.
10.6 Use of Checklists


10.7


Engine Starting


10.8


Taxiing
-
General


and Nosewheel


Airplanes


10.9


Before Takeoff


Checks


10.10 Minimum



Equipment Lists

CHAPTER 11 Takeoffs and Climbs



11.1


Prior To Takeoff


11.2


Normal Takeoff Roll


11.3


Normal Lift
-
Off and Climb


11.4


Crosswind Takeoff Roll


11.5


Crosswind Lift
-
Off and Climb


11.6


Soft Field Takeoff Roll


11.7


Soft Field Lift
-
off and Climb


11.8


Short Field Takeoff Roll


11.9


Short Field Lift
-
off and Climb


11.10 Rejected Takeoff

CHAPTER 12 Basic Flight
Maneuvers



12.1 Integrated Flight Instruction


12.2 Attitude Flying


12.3 Straight
-
and
-
Level Flight


12.4 Turns


12.5 Climbs


12.6 Descents

CHAPTER 13 Slow Flight and
Stalls



13.1 Slow Flight


13.2 Maneuvering During

Slow Flight


13.3 Stalls


13.4 Recognition of Stalls


13.5 Fundamentals of

Stall Recovery


13.6 Use of Ailerons and

Rudder in Stall

Recovery


13.7 Stall Characteristics
13.8


Power
-
On Stalls


13.9 Power
-
Off Stalls


13.10 Secondary Stalls


13.11 Accelerated



Maneuver Stalls


13.12 Crossed Control


Stalls


13.13 Elevator Trim Stalls

CHAPTER 14 Spins



14.1 Spin Definition


14.2 Cause of Spins


14.3 Types of Spins


14.4 Phases of a Spin


14.5 Aircraft Limitations


14.6 Weight and Balance Requirements


14.7 Spin Training


14.8 Spirals


14.9 Documentation

CHAPTER

15 Performance
Maneuvers



15.1 Steep Turns


15.2 Steep Spirals


15.3 Chandelles


15.4 Lazy Eights

CHAPTER 16 Ground Reference
Maneuvers



16.1 Maneuvering by Reference to Ground



Objects


16.2 Drift and Ground Track Control


16.3 Turns Around a Point


16.4 S
-
Turns


16.5 Rectangular Course


16.6 Eights Along a Road


16.7 Eights Around Pylons


16.8 Eights on Pylons

CHAPTER 17 Approaches and
Landings



17.1


Normal Approach


and Landing


17.2 Base Leg


17.3 Final Approach


17.4 Estimating Height


and Movement


17.5


Roundout (Flare)


17.6 Touchdown


17.7


After
-
Landing Roll


17.8


Go
-
Around/Rejected


Landing


17.9


Touch and Go


Landings


17.10 Slips


17.11 Crosswind Final


Approach and


Landing


17.12 Crosswind Final


Approach

Continued

CHAPTER 17 Approaches and
Landings (continued)



17.13 Crosswind



Roundout (Flare)


17.14 Crosswind



Touchdown


17.15 Crosswind After
-


Landing Roll


17.16 Turbulent
-
Air


Approach and Ldg.


17.17 Soft Field Approach


and Landing


17.18 Short Field



Approach and Ldg.


17.19 Power
-
Off



Accuracy Approach


17.20 90º Power
-
Off


Approach


17.21 180º Power
-
Off


Approach


17.22 360º Power
-
Off


Approach


17.23 Emergency



Approaches


(Simulated)

CHAPTER 18 Faulty Approaches
and Landings



18.1


Low Final Approach


18.2


High Final Approach


18.3


Slow Final Approach


18.4


Use of Power


18.5


High Roundout


18.6


Late or Rapid



Roundout


18.7


Floating During


Roundout.


18.8


Ballooning During


Roundout


18.9


Bouncing


18.10 Wheelbarrowing


18.11 Hard Landing


18.12 Touchdown in a


Drift or Crab


18.13 Ground Loop


18.14 Wing Rising After


Touchdown


18.15 Summarizing


Corrective Actions

CHAPTER 19 Basic Instrument
Maneuvers



19.1 Straight and Level Flight


19.2 Constant Airspeed Descents



19.3 Constant Airspeed Climbs


19.4 Turns to Headings


19.5 Recovery from Unusual Flight Attitudes


19.6 Radio Communications, Navigation



Systems/Facilities and Radar Services


19.7 Summary of Airplane Control

CHAPTER 20 Emergency
Operations




20.1 Systems and Equipment




Malfunctions


20.2 Emergency Descents


20.3 Emergency Approach and Landing


20.4 Emergency Equipment &




Survival Gear

CHAPTER 21 Night Operations



21.1

Physiological Aspects

of Night Flying


21.2

Night Illusions


21.3

Pilot Equipment


21.4

Airplane Equipment

and Lighting


21.5

Airport and


Navigation Lighting

Aids


21.6 Preparation and

Preflight


21.7 Starting, Taxiing and


Runup


21.8 Takeoff & Departure


Climb


21.9 Orientation and


Navigation


21.10 Night Approaches


and Landings


21.11 Night Emergencies

CHAPTER 22 Navigation



22.1 Preflight Preparation


22.2 Departure


22.3 Pilotage


22.4 Dead Reckoning


22.5 Diversion to an Alternate


22.6 Lost Procedures


22.7 Precautionary Landings


22.8 Automatic Direction Finder (ADF)

Continued

CHAPTER 22 Navigation

(Continued)


22.9 Very High Frequency Omnidirectional



Range (VOR)


22.10 VOR/DME RNAV


22.11 Long Range Navigation, Version C



(LORAN
-
C)


22.12 Global Positioning System (GPS)


22.13 Radar Services


22.14 Direction Finder (DF) Services


22.15 Arrival and Landing

CHAPTER 23 Postflight Procedures



23.1 After Landing Checks


23.2 After Clearing the Runway Checks


23.3 Parking


23.4 Engine Shutdown Checks


23.5 Securing and Servicing the




Airplane.

BOOK TWO



The Advanced
Airplane Flying
Handbook