Airplane Flying Handbook/Contents

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Airplane Flying Handbook

Chapter 1 - Introduction to Flight Training
    1-1 Purpose of Flight Training
    1-2 Role of the FAA
    1-3 Role of the Pilot Examiner
    1-4 Role of the Flight Instructor
    1-5 Sources of Flight Training
    1-6 Practical Test Standards
    1-7 Flight Safety Practices
    1-8 Collision Avoidance
    1-9 Runway Incusion Avoidance
    1-10 Stall Awareness
    1-11 Use of Checklists
    1-12 Positive Transfer of Controls

Chapter 2 - Ground Operations (Part 1)
Chapter 2 - Ground Operations (Part 2)
    2-1 Visual Inspection
    2-2 Inside the Cockpit
    2-3 Outer Wing Surfaces and Tail Section
    2-4 Fuel and Oil
    2-5 Landing Gear, Tires, and Brakes
    2-6 Engine and Propeller
    2-7 Cockpit Management
    2-8 Ground Operations
    2-9 Engine Starting
    2-10 Hand Propping
    2-11 Taxiing
    2-12 Before Takeoff Check
    2-13 After Landing
    2-14 Clear of Runway
    2-15 Parking
    2-16 Engine Shutdown
    2-17 Postflight
    2-18 Securing and Servicing

Chapter 3 - Basic Flight Maneuvers
    3-1 The Four Fundamentals
    3-2 Effects and Use of the Controls
    3-3 Feel of the Airplane
    3-4 Attitude Flying
    3-5 Integrated Flight Instruction
    3-6 Straight-and-Level Flight
    3-7 Trim Control
    3-8 Level Turns
    3-9 Climbs and Climbing Turns
    3-10 Descents and Descending Turns
    3-11 Pitch and Power

Chapter 4 - Slow Flight, Stalls, and Spins

Chapter 5 - Takeoff and Departure Climbs

Chapter 6 - Ground Reference Maneuvers

Chapter 7 - Airport Traffic Patterns

Chapter 8 - Approaches and Landings

Chapter 9 - Performance Maneuvers

Chapter 10 - Night Operations

Chapter 11 - Transition to Complex Airplanes

Chapter 12 - Transition to Multiengine Airplanes

Chapter 13 - Transition to Tailwheel Airplanes

Chapter 14 - Transition to Turbopropeller Powered Airplanes

Chapter 15 - Transition to Jet Powered Airplanes

Chapter 16 - Emergency Procedures