This book is really great at explaining the exercises in simplest term after reading the wordy textbook of FTM. This book and what the procedures told by your instructor is a combination when you’re at home doing chair flying. It makes me become more prepared when I’m coming in for my dual. Saves you lots of money by not doing the same exercises over and over again.. although it might not be the same aircraft as you’re training on -just change the values based on your aircraft and you’ll be good to go! Thank you for existing!
I have so far just skimmed through the book. I found the lay out clear and to the point. Beginning flight instructors may need some expansion of some points, but for most, it can be used as a PGI reference as is. Well done!
While aimed at the flight school student, I also recommend the Flight Instruction Handbook to my flight instructor candidates. The book is a phenomenal resource to help develop lesson plans for students. The outlines and illustrations are very useful and straightforward. The Flight Instruction Handbook will help students save time and money by pointing out and emphasizing the “must know” information.
This handbook is excellent in assisting flight training for PPL, especially if you fly a 152 or 172. My flight training for PPL sped up significantly after purchasing this book and studying the procedures. It's effortless to read and follow. The visuals included are a massive help in gaining a better understanding of each procedure. I would highly recommend this book to any new pilots!
A wealth of knowledge wonderfully condensed with all relevant information easily accessible. From licensing requirements, Navaid explanations, to detailed exercises and threshold questions, this book encompasses it all and will undoubtedly support all levels of aviators, from student pilots to seasoned instructors.