↠´ An Aviator's Field Guide to Tailwheel Flying: Practical skills and tips for flying a taildragger ☆ Download by µ Jason Blair
↠´ An Aviator's Field Guide to Tailwheel Flying: Practical skills and tips for flying a taildragger ☆ Download by µ Jason Blair In An Aviator S Field Guide To Tailwheel Flying, Author Jason Blair Shares His Experience In A Variety Of Tailwheel Equipped Aircraft This Book Describes Major Phases Of Flight And Considerations That Transitioning Or Tailwheel Pilots May Find Useful As They Look To Increase Their Proficiency The Discussion Goes Beyond The Physical Flying Skills Into Other Tailwheel Aspects, Such As Operational Differences In Makes And Models And Ages Of Aircraft Pilots Of Aircraft Such As Cessnas, Cubs, Champs, Maules Or Other Aircraft Of Similar Type And Size Will Find This Content Helpful This Book Is The Author S Result Of Years Of Instructing And Taking Notes Previously Passed On To His Own Students, Now Compiled And Shared With The Broader Aviation Community
I didn t purchase my copy frombut got it direct from the publisher.
This book is short but very informative Written by a experienced taildragger CFI this book takes you into the ins and outs of conventional gear aircraft It even gives you tips on what to look for in buying one and based on size of taildragger aircraft difficultly level in flying them So its all in one book Very good read.
I am an experienced pilot 20,000 hrs but new to tailwheel flying 50 hrs Lots of information that would be helpful to someone with zero tailwheel experience, but I was looking for tips to make me a better tailwheel pilot and did not find them More an introduction to tailwheel flying than a Field Guide.
This is a very basic introduction to tailwheel flying I was hoping fordetail If you have no idea what a TW airplane is, then this book is for you If you already have a basic understanding of a TW, then this is will just serve as a recap.