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Stick & Rudder
By Wolfgang Langweische

This is one of the best aviation textbooks written. Once you read through this book, you will have a thorough understanding about how wings work and airplanes fly.

 

 

 

 

Aerodynamics for Naval Aviators

This is the text every Naval Aviator studies at Aviation Indoc in order to understand aerodynamics. Heavy on mathematics and theory, after reading and studying this book, pilots will have a thorough knowledge of flying. A must for the library of every professional pilot.

 

 

The Student Pilot’s Flight Manual
By Bill Kershner

Bill Kershner's book series on aviation are wonderful. Starting with his student pilot's manual and gowing up through instrument flying and commercial pilot knowledge, all of his texts are complete with illustrations and easy-to-understand explanations.

 

 

The Advanced Pilot’s Flight Manual
By Bill Kershner

If you are going to become a professional pilot, Bill Kershner's The Advanced Pilot's Flight Manual is a required text. Kershner goes well beyond what a private pilot needs to fly Sunday afternoons, delving into the aerodynamics and theory of flight on a professional lever.

 

 

The Flight Instructor’s Manual
By Bill Kershner

If you want to learn how to teach aviation, Bill Kershner's The Flight Instructor's Manual will definitely help you along the path to your goals. Becoming an aviation educator is not and easy task, but once accomplished, it is one of the most rewarding endeavors. This is a must-read,

 

 

The Basic Aerobatic Manual
By Bill Kershner

Going upside down and learning beyond the straight and level is, for some, a great joy. Bill Kershner's The Basic Aerobatic Manual explains how to fly an airplane out beyond its normal limits.

 

 

 

Instrument Flying Handbook
By The Federal Aviation Administration

The Federal Aviation Administration's Instrument Flying Handbook provides pilots, student pilots, aviation instructors, and controllers with the knowledge and skills required to operate in instrument meteorological conditions.

 

 

Instrument Flying Handbook: FAA-H-8083-15A
By The Federal Aviation Administration

A definitive reference text for the Instrument Rating FAA Knowledge exam, this resource features information applicable to both conventional steam-gauge instrumentation as well as the glass cockpits found in technically advanced aircraft (TAA).

 

Private Pilot Manual

The Jeppesen manuals are colorful, logically well laid-out, and full of information.

 

 

 

 

Instrument/Commercial Pilot Manual

The Jeppesen manuals are colorful, logically well laid-out, and full of information.

 

 

 

 

Multi Engine Flying
By Paul Craig

This is a complete guide to multiengine flying, from the first time a pilot transitions into a two-engine airplane through advanced ratings. Single engine and multiengine aircraft differ in many critical ways - "Multiengine Flying" covers each one in clear, readable detail.

 

 

The Complete Idiot’s Guide‚ to Sport Flying
By Dan Ramsey

The Complete Idiot’s Guide‚ to Sport Flying introduces this new field of flying to consumers, and shows you how to fly smart—offering hundreds of tips on how to get more flying fun for less money.

 

 

Glider Flying Handbook
By The Federal Aviation Administration

For certified glider pilots and students preparing for certification in the glider category, this book—prepared by the Federal Aviation Administration—is a resource without equal.

 

 

 

Flying the Mountains
By Fletcher Anderson

This training guide diminishes the dangers and doubles the thrill--and safety--of flying single-engine aircraft at high altitudes in mountainous regions.

 

 

 

Sky Dancing
By Dave Robson

This primer on aerobatic flight instruction begins with detailed definitions of aerobatic flight terminology and provides a directory of the particular flight maneuvers that are considered to be aerobatic.

 

 

 

How To Become a Pilot
By The Federal Aviation Administration

This is the essential information needed to pass FAA exams for pilot license and advanced certification.

 

 

 

Airplane Flying Handbook
By The Federal Aviation Administration

The official FAA source for learning to fly for more than 30 years, this textbook for pilots, student pilots, aviation instructors, and aviation specialists provides information on every topic needed to qualify for and excel in the field of aviation.

 

 

Notes of a Seaplane Instructor
By Burke Mees

This comprehensive text on basic and advanced techniques for float planes, amphibians, and flying boats covers natural elements, seamanship, water aerodromes and seaplane bases, ground and water operations.  

 

 

Human Factor Manual for General Aviation
By Stanley R. Trollip

Seventy-five percent of aviation accidents are attributable to human error. This is the recognized text on the causes and explanations behind what precipitates an aircraft accident.  Designed to help pilots at all levels of experience, this book concentrates on the full utilization of an aircraft's safe flight parameters.

 

Flying the Edge
By Brian McAllister

Designed to help pilots at all levels of experience, this book concentrates on the full utilization of an aircraft's safe flight parameters.