Rod Machado's - How to Fly an Airplane Audiobook (MP3 Files)

Rod Machado

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18.5 Hours of Narration by Rod Machado in MP3 File Format. Download or access files through your account window. All Products Meet New Test Standards!, Copyright 2019/Updated to 2019

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This valuable one-stop audiobook contains the information necessary to:

✈Learn the basic fundamentals of flying any airplane.
✈Make flight training easier, less expensive and more enjoyable.
✈Master all the private and commercial checkride maneuvers.
✈Learn the “stick and rudder” philosophy of flying an airplane.
✈Prevent an airplane from accidentally stalling and spinning.
✈Allow you to learn to land an airplane quickly and enjoyably.
✈Make you a better instructor by providing unique teaching strategies and explanations for student training.

As a comprehensive information source audiobook, these recordings include:
✈Practical flying skills that rely on sights, sounds and tactile sensations.

✈The theory and practice of attitude flying for pilots of all levels.
✈Multiple strategies for evaluating when to round out and flare for landing.
✈Multiple methods for controlling the airplane’s glidepath and airspeed.
✈Strategies for evaluating the desired landing spot and glidepath angle.
✈Techniques for understanding and flying ground reference maneuvers.
✈Landing corrections for bounces, floating, porpoising and ballooning.
✈Advice, wisdom and insights based on practical flying experience.
✈Complex airplane operations, night flying, traffic pattern operations
✈Slow flight, 
stall/spin recognition and recovery, and much more.

Note-1: For some chapters, you’ll want to review the pictures, picture text, graphs and charts in the handbook. As such we recommend purchasing the eBook in combination with the audiobook. 

Note-2:
 You can access these MP3 audiobook files in two ways. 
(1) You can log into your account on this site (or create an account using the same email address used to purchase the audiobook) to access each chapter mp3 file. Click link to play each chapter (this is live streaming and requires a wifi or 4G connection). 

(2) You can watch this video: https://vimeo.com/327181271/general

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