Pilot Medical Handbook: Human Factors For Successful Flying (Faa Handbooks Series)
Publish Date: 2009-01-01
Author: Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)/Aviation Supplies & Academics (ASA)
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Indispensable for pilots and other aviation workers, this comprehensive guide contains the authoritative flight safety. Being a safe pilot involves more than checking the weather, filing a flight plan, and performing also requires that pilots assess their physical and mental health and evaluate a slew of situational factors. contains detailed FAA-approved recommendations for determining when a flight is a no-go and details such a weighty decisionincluding medications, fatigue, trapped gases, vision impediments, spatial disorientation, carbon monoxide. Pilots will learn how to determine their personal minimums in flying, evaluate the benefits confidently handle in-air situations that could quickly become emergencies, such as smoke in the cabin decompression sickness.