The Pilot's Radio Communications Handbook (Tab Practical Flying Series)
|Rating||:||4.39 (918 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||232 Pages|
"A truly thorough, comprehensive, practical guide." according to S29669@quanta.sea.sikorsky.com. This handbook is a definite must for the novice and professional alike. Written in a clear, no-nonsense approach, it explains, with actual dialog, proper radio communication procedure in environments ranging from Multicom to a Class A airspace. Insight is given into what situations an air traffic controller must deal with, and how a pilot can anticipate and communicate the information required of him.. "This book will make you a safer pilot." according to email@example.com. This book presents in a concise and practical manner all aspects of aircraft radio communication. It details the proper communication procedures in all types of airspace and emergency situations, it is also full of useful examples. I found this book to be a must- have for the student or the seasoned pilot who is a bit rusty in radio work.
Pilots will find the latest information on new FAA airspace reclassifications, requirements for Mode C transponders in Class B (TCA) airspace, and the consolidation of Flight Service Stations into regional Automated Flight Service Stations. Illman uses examples to show the right and wrong way to communicate with ground-based services.. Readers also find new material on radio communications procedures for in-flight emergencies, pilot responsibilities in and around controlled airports, and comparisons of radio procedures for the various kinds of terminal airspace. Paul Illman covers everything VFR pilots need to know to communicate with confidence from the cockpit