Fundamentals of Air Traffic Control
FUNDAMENTALS OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL covers the history and the reason for air traffic control, the equipment used for aerial navigation and air traffic control, and a description of the rules that are applied to separate air traffic, including how and why the rules are applied. It goes beyond a simple presentation of the FAA procedures and standards which are found in FAA publications; it is a instructional text that provides an in depth examination of air traffic control procedures with examples of how they are applied.
Specifications of Fundamentals of Air Traffic Control
|Author||Michael S. Nolan|
|Number Of Pages||558|
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