Author: Art Parma
Spiral-bound: 49 pages
Publisher: Flight Time Pub; 1st edition (December 31, 1999)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 3.8 x 0.2 inches
The only book of its kind! A collection of helpful rules and tips useful to the weekend bugsmasher and jet fighter pilot alike.
About the Author
Art Parma currently flies as captain for an international jet charter company. He holds type ratings in the Challenger 601 and Cessna Citation jets. He also holds instrument and multi-engine flight instructors ratings.
1) By Paul B. Detrixhe on April 7, 2007
This and the Pilot's Pocket Handbook stay in my flight bag. Can you figure headwind and crosswind components in your head? This books shows you how to do it to the first decimal place, along with a ton of other need to know (save your behind) and cool to know "rules of thumb." Great gift for pilots at all stages of general aviation.
2) By Ricardo C. on December 11, 2006
Pilot's rules of thumb, is a collection of aviation formulas explained in plain english.
It's easy to read and understand.
For example: "Abort the takeoff if 70% of takeoff speed is not reached within 50% of the available runway."
It's pocket size format is easy to consult while flying and does not take any space on your flight bag.
A must have for every flight bag.
3. Buying link: