The Killing Zone

The Killing Zone

How and Why Pilots Die

Book - 2000
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Most pilots earn their private certificate between 40 and 70 flight hours. They then leave their instructors behind and enter the killing zone. The killing zone stretches ominously until about 250 flight hours, by which time the pilots who have survived have acquired enough experience, continued education and judgement to take off with some degree of confidence in landing safety. Just as the zone is identifiable, the causes of death therein are predictable.
Publisher: New York ; Montréal : McGraw-Hill, [2000], c2001
ISBN: 9780071362696
Branch Call Number: 629.1325 CRA
Characteristics: viii, 323 p. : ill. ; 24 cm


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