Ditching Principles: Survival Guide to Ditching an Aircraft
|Rating||:||4.15 (606 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||80 Pages|
Five Stars Marcio Very helpfull. Knowledge that we must havê.
Designed to be educational on the technical aspects of ditching an aircraft mixed with real life experience and a bit of humour for an informative, useful guide to help pilots and passengers understand and respect the hazards of light aircraft ditchings world wide.. After witnessing thousands of students in a controlled situation, many of which who had great difficulty coping with the inverted underwater experience he felt compelled to document behavioural strategies in a book form to reach the flying public and educate them on the importance of this not well documented subject. Bryan Webster started out his 10,000+ hour flying career by taking a ride in a two-seat single engine Cessna 150 and ending up inverted in the silty Fraser River beneath a large unmarked power line span east of Vancouver, BC, Canada. This books content teaches pilots and passengers what to think about and how to react to successfully escape from a downed aircraft and then survive the after effects regarding life vests, life rafts and hypothermia. During Bryan’s many years as a pilot he witnessed other aviators in the industry and recreational flyers with no predetermine