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Positive Flying

by Richard L. Taylor

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0440071119, Hardcover)

Fly an airplane at a set attitude, airspeed, and power setting, and it does precisely what it is supposed to—every time. This book tells why and how “flying by the numbers” works, and gives the flight-tested numbers for precision performance in 27 of America's favorite small aircraft. For aircraft not included in this list, the book provides exact cockpit procedures for nailing down the numbers for any other light airplane.

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