ASA: Airline Transport Pilot Oral Exam Guide
by Michael Hayes
Written to help prepare applicants for their oral exams with FAA examiners. Using a question-and-answer format, each Oral Exam Guide lists the questions most likely to be asked by examiners and provides succinct, ready responses. Pilots will find these Guides indispensable tools in both planning for what to expect during the airplane checkride, and mastering the subject matter. Instructors rate them as excellent preparation for students, as well as preps for Instrument Proficiency Checks (IPCs), aircraft transitions, and as general refresher material.
All the subjects an ATP candidate will be tested on during checkrides, career interviews, and aircraft transition rides are covered. Chapters are dedicated to turbine aircraft theory, performance and limitations, airline operational procedures, aeronautical decision making (ADM) and crew resource management (CRM), regulations, and instrument procedures.
This guide concludes with 2 appendices that contain questions and answers candidates can expect on an airline-type ride, concerning aircraft systems and limitations. All the information in these appendices is specific to the Beechcraft 1900C aircraft, so pilots can learn the basic components and principles for the type of turboprop aircraft found in many of today’s regional airline fleets. This section may also be used as a workbook, with space provided so readers can reference their airplane operating manual to fill in the blanks to the same questions asked about the BE1900C.
Answers and explanations were researched using FAA documents (and are identified so readers know where to go for further study on any given question) as well as interviewing a variety of airline pilots, 121/135 operators, and examiners. The ATP Oral Exam Guide teaches applicants not only what to expect, but also how to exhibit subject mastery and confidence when they’re under the examiner’s scrutiny. It identifies the candidates' strengths, weaknesses, and gaps in their aeronautical knowledge, which increases study efficiency. Soft cover, 192 pages (First Edition 2002).
Free shipping of this item worldwide.
You may also be interested in these items:
Pilots Reference Guide
Comprehensive summarization of many abstract topics for pilots, engineers and aviation enthusiasts. It can be effectively used to prepare for ATPL exams and airline interviews. EUR 69.00
ASA: Dictionary of Aeronautical Terms, 5th Edit.
Essential for everyone in the industry - aids in understanding of more than 10,000 terms, acronyms and phrases. EUR 19.99
Check your Aviation English
Focusing on the topics and language structures to prepare for ICAO Level 4 language test. EUR 32.90
ASA: Commercial Pilot Oral Exam Guide
The Comprehensive Guide to Prepare You for the FAA Oral Exam EUR 12.99
ASA: Airline Pilot Technical Interviews
Mental math, approach plates, AIM, regulations, weather, systems and more. EUR 26.95
ASA: Mental Math for Pilots
A book to help sharpen math calculation in head and operate better in today’s technological environment. EUR 19.95
ASA: Pilot Medical Handbook - Human Factors for Successful Flying
The only printed resource available with a collection of applicable FAA and Civil Aerospace Medical Institute (CAMI) documents, articles and reports. EUR 14.99
ASA: ATC & Weather: Mastering the Systems
Author Richard Collins reveals how to work air traffic control and weather services to maximum advantage. EUR 18.95
ASA: Multi-Engine Oral Exam Guide
The comprehensive guide to prepare you for FAA and other oral exams. EUR 12.99
ASA: Helicopter Oral Exam Guide
The comprehensive guide to prepare you for FAA and other oral exams. EUR 9.99
ASA: Checklist for Success
A pilot's guide to the successful airline interview — career guidance from application through to the interview. EUR 27.90