List Price: $24.95
Copyright Year: 2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication Date: 9/18/2003
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
This title explores all the flying sports - especially those that are accessible without great expense and formal training. The author discusses the fun and rewards to be had from paragliding, ballooning, ultralight piloting, hang gliding and other pursuits, and answers the most common related questions.
Jerry A. Eichenberger is a licensed commercial pilot rated for single-engine and multiengine airplanes, helicopters, and gliders. He holds an airplane instrument rating and is a certified flight instructor, rated for airplanes, single-engine and multiengine, and instrument instruction. Eichenberger is a practicing attorney devoting his legal time to the area of aviation law, representing manufacturers, maintenance facilities, flight schools, airlines, airports, and individual pilots and aircraft owners.
Preface Acknowledgments Chapter One: Hang Gliders Chapter Two: Trikes or Flex-Wing Ultralights Chapter Three: Gliders, Sailplanes, and Self-Launching Gliders Chapter Four: Skydiving or Parachuting Chapter Five: Powered Parachutes Chapter Six: Hot-Air Balloons Chapter Seven: Ultralights Chapter Eight: Rotorcraft, Gyroplanes, and Small Helicopters Chapter Nine: Homebuilt Aircraft Chapter Ten: Remote-Controlled Miniature Aircraft Chapter Eleven: Flying Certified Factory Aircraft INDEX