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Flight-Sim Pilot's Information Manual 2004 Released

Last updated Wed, 01 Jun 2016 08:03:46 GMT
Originally posted on Sat, 07 Feb 2004 03:58:42 GMT

Now available directly from TopSkills is the updated 2004 version of their Flight-Sim Pilot's Information Manual. Like the FAA's Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) that real pilots use, the TopSkills book is full of information on airports, runway markings, lighting, airspace, ATC and much more specifically oriented for flightsim use. For more information, click on Read More.

TopSkills has released its 2004 version of its popular Flight Sim Pilot's Information Manual. This manual is based on the annually updated official Aeronautical Information Manual.

This updated edition devotes an entirely new chapter to explaining airport markings, signs, and lights. Prior explanations of airport lights have been expanded. Graphical depictions of markings, signs, and lights are placed next to explanatory text for easy comprehension.

Flight Sim Pilot's Information Manual 2004 explains aircraft parts, airports, airspaces, air traffic control, aviation weather and flight rules in easy-to-grasp writing style. Flightsim formulas enable quick conversion between metric and British Imperial measurements. It's an excellent reference manual for new and seasoned flight simmers.

Flight Sim Pilot's Information Manual 2004 is available directly from TopSkills:

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