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    • PPL03
      PPL Navigation and Radio Aids: Demo
    • The private pilot invariably operates as the pilot in command of a single-pilot aircraft. So, in actual fact, he is not only a pilot but a navigator, too. It is essential, therefore, especially during cross-country flights, that the pilot should be able to apply all the correct practices to his navigational task, in a timely manner, without being distracted from flying accurate headings, airspeeds and altitudes. Developing this skill is the very essence of single pilot navigation. The foundation on which this skill resides is meticulous flight planning.
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      Lessons: 19
      Questions: 72
      Duration: 189 min
      Size: 413 MB
    • General Navigation
      Form of the Earth
      ICAO 1:500,000 Chart
      Direction and The Magnetic Compass
      Compass Errors
      Charts in Practical Navigation
      Map Reading
      Principles of Navigation
      Flight Planning
      Practical Navigation
      Radio Navigation
      VHF Direction Finding (VDF)
      Automatic Direction Finding (ADF)
      VHF Omni-Directional Range (VOR)
      Distance Measuring Equipment (DME)
      Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
      Ground Radar
      Secondary Surveillance Radar (SSR)