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New Book Scenario-Based Training with Flight Simulator

Scenario-Based Training with Flight Simulator

Flight instructor, author, and aviation consultant Bruce Williams has just published a new book for pilots who want to make effective use of flight simulation in their training. It follows his previous book Microsoft Flight Simulator as a Training Aid and is intended for users of X-Plane and Microsoft Flight Simulator software. The book has 624 pages arranged in 68 chapters and is available in paperback or as a Kindle download.

Although PC-based flight simulations have been available for 30 years, many pilots, instructors, and flight schools don't understand how best to use these tools in real-world flight training. This book provides real-world situations by presenting hands-on, scenario-based exercises and training tips for the private pilot certificate and instrument rating based on FAA Industry Training Standards (FITS). It includes a guide to recommended websites and other sources as well as helpful charts and a glossary.

Preview the complete table of contents for this book at the publisher's website, and check out the latest news about the product on its Facebook page. Get the book in digital form as a Kindle download from Amazon.com. Author Bruce Williams owns BruceAir LLC, an aviation consulting, training, and pilot services company. A certificated flight instructor and FAASTeam representative, he has been a pilot since the early 1970s. During his 15-year career at Microsoft, he worked on six versions of Microsoft Flight Simulator.

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