viernes, 4 de noviembre de 2011

PA31T Piper Cheyenne I, IA, II and IIXL Aircraft Operation Manual


For many years the Cheyenne series of business aircraft was one of the most successful for Piper. It started in the mid sixties, when Piper decided to reconstruct its pressurized model „Navajo” to accommodate propeller turbines as propulsion. On August 29th 1969 the prototype took off for his maiden flight, but it took almost another five years until the first production aircraft went into service. The control surfaces and flight controls had to be reconstructed several times, because the higher speeds were a strain to the cell. Furthermore, a flooding of Pipers production facility in Lock Haven delayed deliveries.

Crédito: Aerosoft GmbH

A380 Facility Planning Manual


This A380 MAINTENANCE FACILITY PLANNING (MFP) manual is issued for the A380-800 and A380-800F series aircraft to provide preliminary data needed by airlines for maintenance facilities planning.

Crédito: AIRBUS

Lecciones de Vuelo de Rod Machado

El seguimiento de las lecciones de Flight Simulator no es complicado si concibe la tarea como una consecución de varios pasos. Establezca su propio ritmo de aprendizaje y, por encima de todo, disfrute. Rod Machado, su instructor, ha formado a miles de estudiantes con su singular estilo de enseñanza, aderezado con grandes dosis de humor.

Crédito: Rod Machado

747-400 Pilot Operation Handbook


The 747-400 is the latest derivative of the 747 family of airplanes. The 400 is externally similar to the 747-300, with the addtional wingtip extension with winglets and advanced high bypass ratio engines.

Crédito: Mohammed Gazzwl, Sergio Santagada

737 Flight Manual


The purpose of this manual is to provide flight crews with a document which serves both as a training aid and as an inflight tool for handling emergency and abnormal situations. 
Included in this introduction is an overview of the organization and procedures of Sections 1 through 5 and a detailed discussion of the standard formatting devices used in developing all normal and non-normal checklists.
Flight crews are expected to be familiar with these formatting devices and to be prepared to operate under these guidelines on the line and during simulator training.

Crédito: CA, Inc

Cessna 182 Q Skyline II Carenado Manual



We realize that flightsim enthusiasts are often keen on learning more about the real aircraft behind. To meet this need, here is a full description of the actual Cessna 182 Q instrument panel, slightly modified by Carenado in order to make the most of available screen real estate. Wherever constrained by the need to align all panel components within a rectangle, we have attempted to suggest instrument position based on the logic of the description below.

Crédito: Carenado

Pilot Safety and Warning Supplements


The information contained in this document is not intended to supersede the Owner's Manual or Pilot's Operating Handbook applicable to a specific airplane. If there is a conflict between this Pilot Safety and Warning Supplement and either the Owner's Manual or Pilot's Operating Handbook to a specific airplane,  the Owner's Manual or Pilot's Operating Handbook shall take precedence.

Crédito: Cessna Aircraft Company

A320 Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) Guide


An Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) is a flight deck instrument display system in which the display technology used is electronic rather than electromechanical. EFIS normally consists of a primary flight display (PFD), multi-function display (MFD) and Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS) display. Although cathode ray tube (CRT) displays were used at first, liquid crystal displays (LCD) are now more common.

Crédito: ???

King Air 300 / 350 Pilot Training Manual


A good basic understanding of the airplane will help in studying the individual systems and their operation. This section provides the basic and background information helpful in learning the details of airplane operation and its systems and performance in other sections of this training manual.

Crédito: FlightSafety

737-300 400 500 Flight Crew Training Manual


The Flight Crew Training Manual provides information and recommendations on maneuvers and techniques. The manual is divided into six chapters: General Information; Taxi, Takeoff and Initial Climb; Climb, Cruise and Descent; Holding, Approach, and Landing; Maneuvers; and Non-Normal Operations.

Crédito: The Boeing Company

727 Flight Crew Training Manual


The Flight Crew Training Manual is designed to guide you through the 727 training course in the most logical end effective sequence. The training is operationally oriented and directed toward those tasks that you Dust be able to do. The curriculum includes Norral, Emergency, Abnorral and Supplementary Operating Procedures fro m the airplane Operations Manual, as well as flight maneuvers required by Federal Air Regulations.

Crédito: The Boeing Company

Engine Exhaust System Plus FS2004


Engine Exhaust System Plus, v3.2. Adds adds APU effect and can be used with AI. Updated, improved, simplified. Heat and shimmer turbofan and turbojet engine exhaust effects, auto-operated at idle and at full throttle. Full installation instructions for most common freeware passenger airliners - listing included.

Créidito: Martyn Becker

The Cambridge Aerospace Dictionary


The Cambridge Aerospace Dictionary is an authoritative and accessible reference useful to scholars and enthusiasts alike. This dictionary is an essential tool for people who must read and understand technical content regarding the aerospace industry and specific aircraft. The Cambridge Aerospace Dictionary is also an ideal reference for the engineering and physics student encountering a subject replete with technical jargon and acronyms. The Cambridge Aerospace Dictionary is based on three previous editions of the popular and definitive Janes Aerospace Dictionary by Bill Gunston, OBE, FRaes. For this new edition, Gunston, one of the most widely read and respected aviation writers of all time, added over 15,000 new terms, mostly acronyms, in this carefully updated volume. Terms used in the dictionary reflect the diverse and international nature of the aerospace industry. Also included are brief explanations of aerospace materials and organizations.

Crédito: Bill Gunston

737 Technical Guide


This book takes you right from the original concept that lead Boeing to design the 737 through its 40 year evolution, in language that is easily understood. It looks at each system in turn, supported by over 500 high resolution photographs, diagrams and schematics, placing each system component in context. It collates information from many different sources and combines over 15 years of the authors own flying experiences to lead the reader through the 737 from radome to tail-cone. The book goes beyond the flight deck on a grand tour of the worlds' most prolific airliner in a way that is as relevant to the type rating candidate as it is to a company Fleet Technical Captain. To complete the picture, the book also contains Pilots notes, a detailed guide to airtesting and the accident history of the type, which serve to make this book the most practical and comprehensive technical guide to the 737 available today.

A330 Flight Controls


In fly-by-wire systems, the cockpit controls generate electronic signals that are interpreted by a computer system and are then converted into outputs that drive the hydraulic system connected to the flight surfaces. Engine control is also mediated by the FCS computers.

Crédito: AIRBUS

jueves, 3 de noviembre de 2011

Sportys VOR Simulator


Our VOR*SIM™ makes mastering VOR navigation simple and inexpensive. Our software is an interactive, graphical VOR simulator that allows the user to drag the aircraft anywhere, rotate the OBS knob and locate aircraft positions exactly as it would be done in the aircraft. The software also allows the user to switch between traditional or original versions of the OBS instrument. Other features include an OBS demonstration, DME tool, VOR transmitter demonstration and explanation, and a complete VOR history and explanation assistant. There is also a "Find Aircraft" feature, which randomly positions the aircraft, then hides it from view so that the user can locate its position. This software was developed by a veteran FAA Certified Ground Instructor and is in use in FAA Part 141 Ground School courses. (PC only).

Crédito: Fly Anything Inc

English for Aviation for Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers


Being a pilot or an air traffic controller is one of the toughest jobs you can find. Sue Ellis and Terence Gerighty’s English for Aviation for Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers brings new possibilities for the professionals involved in the area that aim to reach, keep and improve the level of English required for their activities. 

Crédito: Oxford University Press

Ebook / Audio

Practice Test

TCAS II / ACAS II Collision Avoidance System User’s Manual


This manual applies to systems which are compliant to RTCA DO185A MOPS Change 7.0 and RTCA “DO-185” MOPS Change 6.04a. These systems are referred to as TCAS II (Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System) in the United States and ACAS II (Airborne Collision Avoidance System) internationally. The terminology is used interchangeably and, for the purpose of discussion, TCAS II will be the terminology used in this manual.

Crédito: Honeywell

A320 Manual de Operaciones


Este manual comprende todas las operaciones de vuelo regular y no regular de isleña de aviación virtual y está dirigido a todos los pilotos integrantes de la aerolínea, mientras cumplen funciones en aeronaves de la Flota. O objetico deste garantizar la seguridad de la operación aérea, evitando bajo todo Punto de vista cualquier maniobra, procedimiento, o movimiento que ponga en riesgo la integridad del pasajero.

Crédito: Jonás Olla

747 Operations Manual


This Operations Manual has been prepared by Boeing Commercial Airplanes Group, Customer Services Division. The purpose of this manual is to: • provide operating limitations, procedures, performance, and systems information the flight crew needs to safely and efficiently operate the 747-400 airplane during all anticipated airline operations • serve as a comprehensive reference for use during transition training for the 747-400 airplane • serve as a review guide for use in recurrent training and proficiency checks • provide operational data from the FAA approved airplane flight manual (AFM) to ensure legal requirements are satisfied • establish standardized procedures and practices to enhance Boeing operational philosophy and policy

Crédito: The Boeing Company

A320 PIC Operating Manual


This tutorial will not cover the various recommended settings within Flight Simulator since that info already exists in the documents provided with PICA320. Obviously every airline has its own SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) but the following checklists should work generally. This tutorial will describe a sample flight where we hopefully will go through most of the functionality of the A320PIC. I will not go into any abnormal checklists. As usual nowadays you will find a lot of strange abbreviations. The Airbusdriver web-site mentioned below has an acronym list that should help. Feel free to edit this tutorial into shorter, easier to read lists once you are comfortable with the ins and outs of how the A320 works.

Crédito: Tord Hoppe

A330 A340 PSS Charts & Tables


Flight planning chart, climb performance, optimum cruise altitudes, mach 0.82 max cruise thrust limit, step climb performance, holding performance, operating summary, take off speed, cruise speed, rate of climb, rate of descent, ILS & approach speed and checklist.

Crédito: Phoenix Simulation Software

A340 Flight Deck and Systems Briefing for Pilots


The ultra-long-range A340 is an all-new, wide-body, four-engine, twin-aisle aircraft. It is offered in two models, the -200 and -300 whose length is increased by two four-frame fuselage plugs. The design combines the high technology, developed for the A320, with the vast experience gained from the A300 and A310 aircraft currently in worldwide service.

Crédito: AIRBUS SAS