Flying Can Be Fun

Author: Locher, Dick

Publisher: Pelican Publishing


Category: Aeronautics

Page: 158

View: 886

Fantastic Flying Fun with Science

Science You Can Fly, Spin, Launch, and Ride

Author: Edwin J. C. Sobey

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 90

View: 358

Suggests simple experiments that demonstrate the principles of aerodynamics and heavier-than-air flight, and provides advice on preparing related science projects.

Latin Can be Fun

Author: Georg Capellanus



Category: English language

Page: 160

View: 279

First published in Germany nearly 30 years ago, this book went through 14 reprints before it was translated and launched on the English-speaking world. This new ed. has been updated to cover the latest technology and includes an appendix describing Euro 96.

FAA Aviation News

A DOT/FAA Flight Standards Safety Publication




Category: Aeronautics


View: 113

Budget Flying

How to Earn Your Private Pilot License and Enjoy Flying Economically

Author: Dan Ramsey

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies


Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 194

View: 657

Flying for Fun

Author: Ole Steen Hansen

Publisher: New York ; St. Catharines, Ont. : Crabtree Pub.


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 216

Discusses recreational flying, including hot air balloons, gliders, and stunt planes.

Fun Flying!

A Total Guide to Ultralights

Author: Gareth J. Kimberley

Publisher: TAB/Electronics


Category: Ultralight aircraft

Page: 168

View: 519

When Flying Was Fun!

An Autobiographical Compilation of Aviation Anecdotes

Author: Bill Eads

Publisher: America Star Books


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 392

View: 702

When Flying Was Fun! is an autobiographical collection of aviation anecdotes covering four decades of flying, starting with the sixties. These humorous and sometimes poignant stories are told from a first person perspective by the author, who was a Naval Aviator during the Vietnam War and spent over thirty years as an airline pilot with United Airlines. These memoirs relate to those days when pilots actually flew airplanes, before the days of “glass cockpits” and computer-operated flights. Those were the days when passengers dressed up in their Sunday finest for a trip to the airport to go on a flight that would take them on the adventure of their lives! This was a time when airline pilots and flight attendants looked and felt sharp as they strode to their airplanes with pride in their uniforms and the feeling that they truly were part of the most glamorous profession in America.

Who Says Homework Can't Be Fun?

Author: Carol George

Publisher: Good Year Books


Category: Educational games

Page: 110

View: 703

Homework activities that have passed the test of students, parents, and teachers for creative reinforcement, challenge, and fun!

Flying High

What It's Like to be an Airline Stewardess

Author: Elizabeth Rich



Category: Airlines

Page: 189

View: 120





Category: Aeronautics


View: 845

Science is Fun

Author: James Stanley Marshall



Category: Science

Page: 207

View: 658

Flying Airplanes: For Fun and Money!

Author: Nathaniel Erman



Category: Self-Help

Page: 108

View: 353

Those of you wanting to fly airplanes for a living, look no further: “Flying Airplanes for Fun and Money!†is the ultimate career guide for the aspiring professional pilot. Nathaniel Erman, an airline pilot and flight instructor, guides you through the career-building process with practicality and common sense, saving you both time and money along the way. If you’ve ever dreamt of a career in professional aviation, this guide is a must have.