JNC scale, topographical charts are used showing over 4,000 airports. Waypoints, VOR/DME, NDB's and special use airspace are included, plus weather frequencies, points of interest, landmarks, airport directory with ICAO/IATA codes, major highways and city maps, just to name a few. Airports are colour coded by runway length and surface. International, regional and aerodromes are coded by symbol shape. Pilots now have the ability to point out objects on the ground or know immediately where they are in relation to surrounding airports or points of interest: an all-in-one source of information for pre-flight or during flight. Also includes Captains Corner.
Base cartography is the US Road-Atlas 1: 2.000.000 which includes mountain ranges, lakes, rivers, etc. Includes elements such as, cities, towns. Parks and points of interest or historic value and of course, the railways and motor-ways themselves. As well, they have added all airports in USA (over 5,500) and colour coded them by runway length /surface and category ,ie. International, Regional, Civil/Military, etc.. VOR/DME , Reporting points, Waypoints, Volmet frequencies and special Use Airspace are also shown making the new Pilots' Atlas the first of it's kind.
Intended for all individuals preparing to write the examination for their Canadian Commercial Pilots Licence, use of this new edition of this popular study guide remains an excellent way for you to review essential subject matter in advance of your written examination. As one of the leading resources available to students preparing for that all important test, With 500 questions and a 100 question practice exam, the Canadian Commercial Pilot Answer Guide, takes you systematically through all the aeronautical subjects you need to know thereby giving you a complete and representative cross-section of the questions you'll face on the commercial exam itself. References appended to all questions simplify your learning, assist you with your retention of valuable information, and act as your guides to finding answers for those subjects in which further review may be necessary.