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Takeoff

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ISBN : 079031908X
Genre : Flight
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Takeoff

Author : Randall Garrett
ISBN : UVA:X000492241
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 87. 56 MB
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Cleared For Takeoff

Author : Rowland White
ISBN : 1452135509
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 66. 76 MB
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All of aviation's dangerous, exciting, and most courageous moments are featured within this stunning compendium on flight. Packed with stories of heroic and innovative pioneers, fascinating profiles of remarkable planes from Spitfires to space shuttles, and how-to instructions for making everything from origami helicopters to bottle rockets—all accompanied by sensational photographs, illustrations, and diagrams—Cleared for Takeoff promises to astonish, entertain, and fire the imaginations of everyone with their head in the clouds.

Safe Take Off With Runway Analyses

Author : Boris Urbanek
ISBN : 9783954890170
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 85. 29 MB
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The economic situation of the recent years forces to operate aircraft at highest payloads possible and to load it at its maximum allowable take-off masses. Therefore, take-off performance optimization is nowadays as important as never before. This book offers a summary of factors affecting the maximum take-off mass and appropriate take-off speeds, which together represent necessary performance data for a safe take-off. These are usually presented in so called runway analyses. That is the reason why this book might be of interest for fight operations engineering personnel or pilots as it answers possible questions about the application and computing of the runway analyses.

Cleared For Takeoff

Author : Julia DeVillers
ISBN : 9781416991311
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Nine-year-old Liberty Porter, daughter of the President of the United States, is making her first trip on Air Force One, as she accompanies her parents to Tbilisi, Georgia and does her best to greet some school children in their native language.

Take Off

Author : Daniel Del Giudice
ISBN : 9781446476895
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 20. 10 MB
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Take-off: almost a ton of inert matter transformed by the pilot as it lifts off the runway into a thing of spirit and beauty. Take-off: lifting one's shadow off the earth, entering a new element where movement is the very condition for existence, for, as the author observes, "in life, to choose the wrong wife or the wrong lift is conventionally viewed as being matters of varying gravity, but in piloting an aircraft an act of petty oversight, due to the obvious but decisive fact that in flight there can be no stopping, could be fatal." Whether he is reliving his first solo flight or a frightening experience as he pilots a light aircraft through storm clouds, his training and his instincts constantly at odds, or the mysterious loss of an airliner on an internal flight, or the brief, adrenaline-charged lives of Italian torpedo-bombers in World War Two, Del Giudice focuses on the edge of experience in which a person learns to take nothing, but nothing, for granted. While Take-off has much of the charm, humour and poetry to be found in the best of Saint-Exupéry (whose last flight is evoked in the final chapter), it will also remind the reader of Robert Pirsig's classic Zen and the Art of Motor Cycle Maintenance by its close focus on the question of how the mind approaches problem-solving. Winner of the Bagutta, Campiello and International Flaiano Prizes.

Takeoff

Author : John R. Hull
ISBN : 1462827721
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 80. 55 MB
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These are MEMOIRS OF A GREAT AVIATION CAREER presented as a life flight adventure. Each chapter is a series of interesting, informative, and easy reading, short stories. Many are airborne adventures from which pilots may learn from the author’s mistakes as well as his many achievements. The Author John Hull is a depression reared, color-blind, high school dropout who beat the odds by diligently pursuing a career as a pilot and mechanic. He worked concurrently as an A&P mechanic with inspection authorization, a shop foreman, a flight instructor, air taxi pilot and chief pilot. He was an FAA Designated Pilot Examiner and Designated Aircraft maintenance Inspector. John became the general manager of an FAA approved flight school before reaching his goal as a General Aviation Fixed Base Operator. He then worked as an FAA Airworthiness Inspector and climbed the FAA career ladder of success to become a highly awarded San Diego FAA Flight Standards District Office Manager. John is now successfully pursuing a career as a Freelance Aviation Writer. Many of his adventures have been published in AOPA PILOT, CUSTOM PLANES, FLYING, PRIVATE PILOT, AND WOMAN PILOT Magazines, and PACIFIC FLYER Aviation News. Here are sample excerpts from the book PREFACE and TWO STORIES.

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