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The Sky's The Limit: Workbook for Canadian Commercial Pilots, 2017 Edition, by Michael J. Culhane

[The Sky's The Limit: Workbook CPL]

This supplemental workbook is a self study aid for those preparing for the Canadian Commercial Pilot Licence for aeroplanes, and is intended to be used in conjunction with our primary publication The Sky's The Limit: Canadian Pilot's Manual of Aeronautics. In this workbook, an extensive range of study questions has been provided in a logical order for the following topics:

  • Canadian Air Law
  • Engines, Airframes and Systems
  • Theory of Flight and Aerodynamics
  • Flight Instruments
  • Aviation Weather
  • Navigation
  • Flight Operations
  • Human Factors
The Sky's The Limit: Workbook for Canadian Commercial Pilots, 2017 Ed. includes complete, detailed answers to every one of the hundreds of questions provided, along with coded background references for further research and study. Clear and concise, step-by-step instructions have been provided for all advanced, complex subjects and calculation chains. Those that complete all of the study questions in this workbook, whether under flying school supervision within a formal ground school setting, or as independent self study, will find it permits the user to rapidly achieve a comprehensive understanding of the all current, mandatory Commercial Pilot topics as stipulated in the current Transport Canada Study and Reference Guide. Users completing this workbook will be well prepared for the latest subjects on the Transport Canada Commercial Pilot written examination.

Perfect bound, 224 pages, colour aviation charts included. ISBN 978-1-895801-57-6. Retail price: $74.95.

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