Night Flying: The EASA Night Rating

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Erlend Vaage, 9. des. 2021 - 90 sider
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Flying at night is both beautiful and exciting, but not entirely without risk. Because of this, it is of utmost importance that you are well prepared and have the required knowledge to minimize risk and to avoid unpleasant surprises. 

This book will give you the basic knowledge you will need to fly at night. It is also suitable if you want to fly helicopters at night - or if you want to brush some dust of your almost forgotten knowledge.

 

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Innhold

Theoretical knowledge
8
Practical training
9
PPLH
10
After you have completed your training
11
Validity and currency
12
Classification of airspace
13
Information about airspace and aerodromes AIP
15
National regulations regarding flying at night AIP GEN
16
The graveyard spiralspin
48
Disorientation
49
Stress and fatigue
51
Weather
52
Precipitation
54
Wind
55
Defects and errors in aircraft and equipment
56
Practical navigation principles
58

What time is officially night?
17
VMC daytime SERA5001
18
Night VFR SERA5005c
20
Night VFR on top GM1 SERA5005
21
Special VFR in control zones at night SERA5010a
22
Conclusion
23
Flight and navigational instruments
24
Operating lights
26
Use of operating lights
27
Fuel reserves
29
Other equipment
30
Minimum aerodrome lighting
32
Runway lighting
33
PAPI and PLASI
35
Adjusting the lighting intensity
36
The eye
37
Adaptation
38
Factors that affect dark adaptation
39
Sensory illusions
40
Runways
41
The black holeeffect
42
False horizon
43
Flickering lights strobes
44
Spatial disorientation
45
Somatogyral illusions roll
46
Takeoff and climb
61
Enroute
62
Approach
63
Landing
64
Emergency landing
65
Instrument cross check the instrument scan
67
Instrument fixation
68
Instrument reading
69
Basic maneuvering
70
Unusual attitudes
74
Summary
75
GPS
76
ADF Automatic Direction Finder
77
Using the ADF
78
Accuracy and common errors
79
VOR VHF Omnidirectional Range
80
The VOR equipment
81
VOR for navigation
82
The Horizontal Situation Indicator HSI
84
Digital presentation of VOR
85
ILS with DME
86
GPSapproaches RNAVRNPapproaches
87
Federal Aviation Administration FAA
89
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