|While there are many books that include basic information on the topic of instrument holding procedures, none have previously dedicated more than a single chapter to it. Pilots and aviation instructors often pull information from multiple publications in an effort to fully understand the procedures and rules related to holding procedures. Even then, these resources leave many questions unanswered. This book fill gaps in the existing literature and explains the roll of new technology. The book’s content provides a solid understanding of both the FAA’s expectations and the techniques required to achieve a successful holding pattern.|
Excellent book, takes complex task of holding and simplifies it down to the essentials. Highly recommended!
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