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Pilot's Manual: Access to Flight - Textbook Images

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Pilot's Manual: Access to Flight - Textbook Images

Images, illustrations, and figures from The Pilot's Manual: Access to Flight textbook in PowerPoint® format.

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The Pilot's Manual: Access to Flight – Textbook Images contains all the illustrations and figures from this textbook, for instructors' use in the classroom. The PowerPoint® slides make it easy for instructors to create their own custom multi-media presentations to teach the principles the students are reading in the book. Slides can be viewed collectively as a slideshow, or inserted as individual slides in a presentation.

Over 900 slides are included and cover the Private and Instrument knowledge requirements including: airmanship, regulations, aerodynamics, the airplane, flight instruments, weight and balance, navigation, charts, airports and airport operations, flight planning, instrument flight, weather and much more.

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File Size85.2 MB
Delivery MethodFile will be available to download from your ASA account immediately following purchase. On Windows, a right click on the saved zip folder will give an "Extract All" menu option. Selecting this will start a Windows wizard that will end up creating a folder with the product part number. The extracted folder will contain the PowerPoint files. As mentioned in the product description, the computer must have a PowerPoint viewer already installed to be able to open the extracted PowerPoint files. Macintosh computers will have a similar extraction process.
System RequirementsMicrosoft PowerPoint® viewer (PC), or PowerPoint® v12 or higher (Mac) required.
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