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Manifesto

Author: Mike Busch
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781500209636
Size: 37.75 MB
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“There's a dirty little secret about aviation maintenance: it often breaks aircraft instead of fixing them.” “Manifesto” is the much-anticipated first book from renowned aviation columnist and speaker Mike Busch. Written in typical no-nonsense style, it lays out the basis of Mike's “minimalist” maintenance philosophy for owner-flown general aviation aircraft. An owner who follows the book's guidance can save a small fortune on maintenance costs and end up with a safer, more reliable aircraft. Owners are advised to perform the absolute least amount of maintenance required to make their aircraft safe, reliable and legal… and nothing more. The book explains in detail why engine and propeller TBOs and most other manufacturer-prescribed maintenance intervals should be disregarded. And “Manifesto” explains exactly how to do it. About the Author: Mike Busch is arguably the best-known A&P/IA in general aviation. In 2008, he was honored by the FAA as “National Aviation Maintenance Technician of the Year.” Mike has been a prolific aviation writer for more than four decades. His “Savvy Aviator” columns have appeared in numerous publications including EAA Sport Aviation, AOPA's Opinion Leader's Blog, AVweb, and magazines for the three largest GA type clubs (ABS, CPA, and COPA). He is renowned for his free monthly maintenance webinars and his standing-room-only forums at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. Mike has been a pilot and aircraft owner for 45 years with 7,500+ hours logged, and he is a CFIA/I/ME. He's founder and CEO of Savvy Aircraft Maintenance Management, Inc., the world's largest firm providing maintenance-management services for owner-flown aircraft.

Owner Assisted Aircraft Maintenance

Author: Daniel MacDonald
Publisher: Alpha Zulu LLC
ISBN: 0615488870
Size: 53.67 MB
Format: PDF
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From the back cover: Have you ever wanted to participate in your aircraft's maintenance, but were afraid to try? Are the rising costs of flying keeping you on the ground? This illustrated manual is written for mechanically inclined Part 91 pilot owner/operators that are ready to learn more about their airplanes. It describes common maintenance activities that are approved for pilots to perform by the FAA, along with a number of other projects that you might wish to complete under the supervision of a certified mechanic. The book focuses on common "legacy" single engine aluminum aircraft built from the 1940s through today. Whether changing your oil, installing new tires, or checking engine compression this 160 pages of text and photos provides procedures and tips gathered over the past 27 years.

Fly The Engine Second Edition

Author: Kas Thomas
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1257113593
Size: 28.93 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Revised 2008 edition!Back in print for the first time in over a decade! Fully revised and updated. The ultimate book on aircraft engine operation, Fly the Engine takes you through all phases of engine operation, from preflight to shutdown. Learn how to start a hot, cold, or flooded engine; how to troubleshoot a rough runup; when and how to lean the engine for all phases of flight; how to recognize the early warning signs of valve sticking; and much more. Every chapter of Fly the Engine brims with hands-on advice, told with wit and style by one of aviation's most respected authors. Hailed as a modern-day classic when it first appeared in 1993, Fly the Engine is a goldmine of engine wisdom: essential reading for any pilot, of any skill level. Great gift item!

Airplane Ownership

Author: Ron Wanttaja
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780071459747
Size: 41.52 MB
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For the first-time airplane buyer, this book is an invaluable resource and guide. The award-winning author offers money-saving information on everything a private pilot needs to consider before and after buying a plane: selection, purchasing, financing, hangaring, maintenance, legal issues, and much more.

To Love An Aluminum Bitch

Author: Fred Robel
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781499635034
Size: 37.88 MB
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I am an aircraft mechanic, and often I get people exclaiming how wonderful it must be to work with airplanes all the time, how they wished they had my job; and just like others in many 'cool' professions, I internally shake my head, and wonder if they'd still say that, if they only knew. Here, you will find aviation stories that were passed down to me, and others of things that happened to me. Which is which, is it tall or is it true? As with most things in life, it's often a mix of both; though some of the tales are indeed pure fiction. The tales will have you believing in Superman, in form of an airplane that can cut through radio towers and fly on like nothing happened, that physics can be suspended, that the cherry pie is the best choice always, and that that I only have three toes on one foot. The poetry will expose the inner voice that speaks to us sometimes when we day dream about our airplanes. Or describe the recurring nightmares that we have when we are so eaten up by our work, and aircraft, that our REM sleep is polluted with it. How we love to hate them, and hate to love them, because she is in the end, an aluminum bitch.

The Thinking Pilot S Flight Manual

Author: Rick Durden
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780983422242
Size: 35.50 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Volume 2 of The Thinking Pilot's Flight Manual carries on the widely praise, penetrating, and clear-headed approach of Volume I, addressing matters of importance to pilots that ordinary flight training manuals never tough. It delves into everything from the realities of making the go/no-go decision during the takeoff roll, nailing spot landings, which emergencies to practice, and how to take babies and kids flying. It explores how we scare our passengers without realizing it, IFR training in IMC, and takes a hard look at spin training. Rick Durden is one of three 2015 recipients of the Endeavor Award, honoring volunteer pilots who have made significant contributions to flying to serve the public. For 25 years he has made flights in remote areas of the U.S. and Central America in support of conservation. He is an Airline Transport-rated pilot with experience in over 200 types of airplanes, a practicing aviation attorney who has been involved in hundreds of aircraft accident cases, writer, aviation magazine editor, safety counselor, and flight instructor.

Aviation Weather Handbook

Author: Terry T. Lankford
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780756761448
Size: 25.88 MB
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Read the skies & fly the weather with this expert resource for pilots. From making go/no-go decisions to coping with unexpected weather events while flying, this handbook has answers you can use: Ready-to-apply flying & decision-making guidelines, organized by weather condition; recognition factors & flying guidance for wind shear, turbulence, smog, smoke, haze, dust, ash, & more; instrument-reading guidance you cannot find elsewhere; expert advice on cold weather, icing, & thunderstorms; comprehensive information on weather reporting systems & services, including reports you must file; & weather survival skills from veteran pilots. More than 150 illustrations of weather-piloting expertise. An incomparable reference.Ó