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    Lewis Bjork
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    McGraw-Hill (June 30, 1998)
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Lewis Bjork (Salt Lake City, UT) is a pilot for Skywest Airlines.

Lewis Bjork (Salt Lake City, UT) is a pilot for Skywest Airlines. A specialist in aerobatics with thousands of instruction hours, he has flown in more than 130 types of airplanes. Bjork is an experimental aircraft builder and test pilot, responsible for the development and refinement of handling and performance characteristics for many aircraft, ranging from a microlight twin-engine to a pressurized Lancair IV. He is the author of Piloting for Maximum Performance (McGraw-Hill).

Includes bibliographical references and index. Up in the night - Planning - Committing aviation in the dark - Physiology at night - Take-off and climb - En route navigation, maneuvering, and weather - Approach and landing - Emergencies - Appendix : There are many ways to "go bump" in the dark.

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Piloting Basics by Lewis Bjork truly packs all the detailed, profusely illustrated how-to information you need. Other McGraw-Hill Books of Interest Aviation Weather Handbook By Terry T. Lankford Instrument Flying Handbook By Thomas P. Turner.

Packed with practical advice pilots can apply directly and immediately, this operating handbook helps them understand FAA regulations for night flying, and how the pros cope with low visibility, vertigo, fatigue, tricky landings, weather that comes out of nowhere, and much more. 65 illustrations.