John Schwane of Sacramento Sky Ranch authors one of the most definitive manuals on aircraft engine maintenance we’ve ever seen. His comprehensive book takes you from the fundamentals of how an aircraft engine works to the arcane art of engine diagnostics.
Handy reference guide. Includes tables and charts for every type of conversion. International standards. Thread and screw sizes. Properties of materials. 14 year prepetual calendar. Much, much more... * MUCH, MUCH MORE...
Designed for Maintenance Technicians (AMTs or A&P mechanics), IA-qualified mechanics, and students to log training and educational requirements, work performed, and experience for the purpose of tracking for future certification, recurrency, employment ap
This new FAA AMT Handbook—Airframe Volume 1 is one of two volumes that replace and supersede Advisory Circular (AC) 65-15A. Completely revised and updated, this handbook reflects current operating procedures, regulations, and equipment.
The FAA’s AC43.13 is the aircraft mechanic’s bible. It is the authority on matters relating to inspection, maintenance, and repair. The information contained in it’s many pages is enlightening, useful, and absolutely mandatory.
Designed to help keep records of entire aircraft in order: inspections, tests, repairs, alterations, ADs, service bulletins, and equipment additions, removals or exchanges. Includes sections for major alterations and altimeter/static system checks
Dale Crane's AMT Series is the essential resource to pass the FAA’Knowledge Exams for Aviation Maintenance. The General text covers the first section of the FAA?s required curriculum, incorporating an introduction to aviation.