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Flying Hawaii: A pilot's guide to the islands

by Peter N. Forman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0830623612, Paperback)

Here's a combination flying/travel guide that's your ticket to a pleasurable flight adventure in Hawaii. You'll find everything the island pilot needs to know for exploring dozens of fascinating places that most visitors never get to see.

Visiting pilots will appreciate the detailed planning information- from what documents to bring and what flying techniques to brush up on before starting out, to renting an aircraft and landing at your destination.

This latest edition has been supplemented with additional charts and diagrams so that resident pilots may use the books as a resource as well. Included are detailed descriptions of 14 airports, along with photos of each, plus numerous diagrams to help you navigate through complex airspace.

The author has spent years as a flight instructor, commuter airline pilot, and air tour pilot in Hawaii. The first half of the book describes the process of checking out and provides insights into how to make your trip safe and successful. The second half describes a tour of each of the major islands. Study the appropriate tour well, and you can sound like a seasoned veteran as you describe the sights to your passengers.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:17:23 -0400)

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