- Professional navigational concepts, methods and terms
- Reading and using authentic aviation charts
- Planning and preparing your flights
- Flying cross country with visual and radio navigation
- Compensating for wind effects
- Following airways and jet routes
- Navigate across oceans and sparsely populated lands
- Use the Global Positioning System.
- . . . and so much more!
ALL THE NAVIGATION METHODS YOU NEED IN ONE BOOK!
Your Flight-Sim Navigation explains how you can find your
way from any airport to any other airport just as real pilots do. Become
familiar with navigation terms, concepts and methods. Learn to read official
aviation charts. See how real pilots plan and prepare their cross-country
flights. Learn how to compensate for winds so you can stay on course. See how to
use the same skyways that real commercial pilots use. And learn how to use the
Global Positioning System for precise navigation. All these navigation facts and
methods are explained in a manual written just for flight-simulation pilots like
you from real aviation texts. Clear explanations, concise definitions,
easy-to-follow graphics and self-learning exercises make your learning task easy
and fun. The whole book applies to all flight-simulation programs, including
This book is written by expert flight simmers and
professional aviators, then published by an experienced training enterprise to
help you learn by reading and doing. Policies, procedures and practices used by
professional real-world pilots are explained in straight-forward, easy-to-follow
English. Visual aids help you grasp the principles, and easy-to-follow exercises
help you apply the concepts and methods for experience and learning.
“I wrote these flight-sim books to enable my fellow flight
simmers to enjoy this hobby as much as I do by simulating flight as
realistically as possible,” explains author Bill Stack. “I sincerely believe you
will enjoy using my books.”