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Which book to review ATPL

Old 19th Mar 2016, 22:02
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Which book to review ATPL

Hi everyone

I am out of Pilot world from a few years and wanted to get back on track with the ATPL subject and Tech question from a possible interview.

I have the ACE the pilot tech interview, but i need something more.

what do you suggest?

Airline Transport Pilot: Complete Note Collection

EASA Professional Pilot Studies

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Old 19th Mar 2016, 22:37
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I find Phil Croucher's book (EASA Professional pilots studies) extremely useful for a reminder / quick reference on anything I need to look up on professional pilot knowledge. It covers the whole breadth of the syllabus, without going into so much detail I get lost in it.

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Old 19th Mar 2016, 22:59
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Pilot Training & Ground Studies - Electrocution's Aviation Books
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Old 20th Mar 2016, 00:20
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There is a collection of three small books by CATS which provide an excellent revision guide for the ATPL subjects. I use them regularly as a reference guide and to steer my own revision in my less confident subject areas. There is also plenty of space to add your own notes / diagrams, which I have done on my copies.
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Hi Genghis & ersa - I might just mention that the new tablet friendly PDF version is now available. Haven't bothered with Kindle - it's an awful platform.

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Old 20th Mar 2016, 15:50
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I am in the US, where can i buy it?
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Old 20th Mar 2016, 16:10
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From the website above

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Old 20th Mar 2016, 22:37
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Might purchase and give them a try. I feel like every time I move onto another learning outcome for my ATPL's I forget the last outcome. Doing it the modular route and feels like I am going no where.
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Old 21st Mar 2016, 15:59
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I'm only in Troon if you have any queries

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Old 22nd Mar 2016, 16:31
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What do guys think of Pilots Reference Guide?

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