Both exams are mainly helicopter orientated, but do cover common ground too. The aircraft general (technical) has the odd question about instuments which will be common to fixed and fling wing. FP&P contains q's about density altitude, power required curves, weight & balance, blade icing etc.
Needless to say, it's all in Pooleys JAR PPL-CPL Helicopter manual!
Posted: Thu Jan 24, 2008 6:32 pm Post subject: Knowledge
Just been looking up information on batteries, I found your book a great reference source, thanks,
blme _________________ Flying for 34 years
Fixed wing 20 years single and multi engine
Helicopters 14 years both turbine and piston
Instructor 10 years
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