Windhoek, Namibia, October 07, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Red Sky Ventures announces the latest in their type rating series, the Cessna 210 Training Manual.
In the aim for continual improvements in aviation safety, especially in the light aircraft market, type rating training needs to be taken seriously. The Cessna Training Manual Series is just the tool to use for those serious about their flying.
Cessna's single engine aircraft series is one of the most popular training aircraft, and the pilots who fly them unsurprisingly tend to be incredibly passionate about these aircraft.
Two such pilots are Danielle Bruckert And Oleg Roud.
Both have extensive flying and training experience on Cessna aircraft and decided to put this knowledge into a useful format for other Cessna pilots.
“It is important for pilots to understand the difference between a training manual and the manufacturers manual,” says Danielle about the manuals. “These training manuals are vital reference sources for rated pilots and students.”
The type rating manuals contain compilations of information from the manufacturers manuals for all the different models of the type, as well as information from the aircraft maintenance manuals, and they include helpful photographs to aid the text and tips from the experience of the authors as pilots and instructors on the aircraft.
The biggest problem with publishing a manual like this in a country like Namibia was reaching the target audience, as most of the large flight training schools are located in the USA and Europe. This problem is now solved, thanks to the print on demand and world wide shipping service provided by Lulu (www.lulu.com). These books are a must for flight schools providing training on the aircraft covered, and at present are available for the Cessna 152, Cessna 172, and Cessna 182.
The books are incredibly great value for money, at less than 1/5th of what it costs for an hour of flight training.
About the authors
Danielle Bruckert is originally from New Zealand but now calls Namibia home. She completed her initial training on Cessna 150's and 152's, and progressed through the Cessna 182, 206, and several others, eventually beginning her professional career as a charter pilot flying the Cessna 210, 310 and 402. She now flies airliners as her day job but still maintains the C182 is one of her favourites.
Oleg Roud was trained in the Russian Military, and flew military jets before making a lifestyle change to fly Cessna's as a charter pilot in Namibia. After completing license conversion training on the C172 and C210 he began flying the C210, C406 and C208, and his instructor rating on the Cessna 152 and 172.
Danielle and Oleg met flying the Cessna 210 on safari, and similar ideas would mean they would work together on a number of projects, with many more in store for the future.
Books can be purchased online at http://stores.lulu.com/aviationbooksandresources or www.redskyventures.org. Queries may be forwarded to the Authors by email to email@example.com.