The latest Canadian Private Pilot Answer Guide contains significantly expanded content and a multitude of new questions in addition to challenging, upgraded and revised, navigation exercises. Detailed explanations are provided for all answers to questions, making the learning of theory and content more thorough than ever before. Intended for all individuals preparing to write the examination for their Canadian Private Pilot Licence, use of this latest edition of this well-established question and answer book is an excellent way for students to study and review essential subject matter that must be known in advance of their written examination.
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This latest edition of the Canadian Commercial Pilot Answer Guide caters to the higher standards required of students seeking their commercial pilot licence. With 635 questions and associated multiple-choice answers, an answer key, and a final sample examination, this title covers a broad spectrum of subject material such as Air Law and Regulations, Navigation, Meteorology, Airframes, Engines, Theory of Flight, Instruments, Flight Operations, and Human Factors. Navigation exercises and a detailed reference section with practice weather data provide you with additional challenging practical study material.
- Editor: Chris Hobbs
This new edition of the Canadian Instrument Pilot Answer Guide caters to the standards required of students seeking their instrument rating. With more than 600 questions and associated multiple-choice answers, an answer key, and a final sample examination, this title covers a broad spectrum of subject material such as Air Law and Procedures, Meteorology, Instrumentation, Navigation and Radio Aids, Human Factors and Airmanship.
- Editor: Chris Hobbs
This is a complementary electronic version of the PSTAR document TP 11919E(02/2021) produced by the Department of Transport Canada. It is a study and reference guide designed to assist applicants in preparing for PSTAR. The guide is divided into 14 sections and contains some 200 questions. Applicants should research the references provided to determine the correct response to questions relevant to their aircraft type rather than being provided with the answers and resorting to rote learning. © Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Transport, 2000. Permission is granted by the Department of Transport, Canada, to copy and/or reproduce the contents of this publication in whole or in part provided that full acknowledgment is given to the Department of Transport, Canada, and that the material be accurately reproduced.