Are you on the hunt for a new history of aviation book? If so, “Aircraft: The Definitive Visual History” should pique your interest. The 300+ page book is full of more than 800 color pictures, divided into 10 chapters. Each chapter, except the first, dives into aviation history, by decade.
Now available is “Making Perfect Takeoffs and Landings in Light Airplanes” by Ron Fowler.
AERO FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, GERMANY – Jeppesen now offers customers delivery of its e-book training textbooks and materials directly through its JeppDirect.com site for use with Apple iOS and Android devices, as well as for PC and Mac computers.
The second edition of “Rotax 912 Engine Introduction,” a DVD by Paul Hamilton that provides tips and techniques for trouble-free operation of a Light-Sport Aircraft (LSA) with a ROTAX 912 engine, has been released.
Rich Stowell recently announced that his books, “Emergency Maneuver Training” and “Stall/Spin Awareness,” are now available through Apple’s iBookstore.
The second edition of “The Pilot’s Guide to the Airline Cockpit” has been released.
It doesn’t matter if you, “are a resident of Texas, took delivery in Kansas and registered it to a Delaware corporation,” says Aero & Marine Tax Professionals CEO Thomas Alston. “If your aircraft enters the the state of California any time in the first 12 months of your ownership, the state can assess a use tax on your airplane.” And that tax can add nearly 10% to the purchase price of your general aviation airplane.
The fifth edition of “The Pilot’s Manual Private Pilot Syllabus” is now available from ASA.
Just released is “On the Wings of Eagles: A Flight Instructor’s Tale,” the biography of Fred Atkinson Sr., an unlicensed barnstormer during the Great Depression who became the National Flight Instructor of the Year in 1981.
Now available from HobNob Books is “Tango Trajectory,” a thriller by Dale W. Cox that features the Taurora, a plane based on an actual Mach 7 plane.