The General Aviation Handbook

The General Aviation Handbook

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This is a completely new and revised edition of the General Aviation Handbook, long overdue since it has been over 10 years since the last edition was published. This edition is fully revised and updated and contains 10 years worth of updated material, including the addition of a number of manufacturers and aircraft which were omitted from earlier editions for various reasons. Aircraft new to this edition include the so-called qheavy microlightsq, which are now an important part of the worldwide light aircraft scene. About 90 percent of the photos are new, and larger page size provides greater space for large data tables and photos. Previous editions have been strong sellers; this is the main reference book on this important sector of the aviation world, and this new edition will be welcomed by both aviation enthusiasts and those involved in the aviation industry.... When FFA transferred all aviation activities to FFT in 1990, they included their new project - the Eurotrainer 2000A. This was a fourseater based on the Bravo layout but of composite construction with a retractable undercarriage, 1FR ... The modified Fiat Italy Following World War Two, the Italian Air Force gradually re- equipped and Fiat built a number of military types. ... to civilian flying clubs and schools and those in full military service were sold to private owners in the 1950s In total.

Title:The General Aviation Handbook
Author:Rod Simpson
Publisher:Midland Publishing - 2005


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