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Using faa publications for uk PPL education

Old 17th May 2020, 13:43
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Originally Posted by AspiringPilot28 View Post
Hey @tropicalseeker98, would recommend with the theory - I'm in the same situation as you. I've started my theory with Pooley's books and they're very good. Other books I'd recommend is 'Stick and rudder' which gives a good insight on flight. I have some Pooley books actually - email me mubashar yasin at hotmail . com if you're interested, get rid of them cheap.

Following this forum. Would love to also know if there's other books and manuals that would help also.

The FAA Airplane Flying Handbook, great book
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