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This chapter sets out and discusses the various issues that are critically important to the conduct of a well planned, safe and organized flight, as well as the health and physiological appropriateness of the flight crew, in all flight environments, but particularly in IMC environments.
|Airplane Performance- You will learn about handling an
airplane under different conditions
|Human Factors-You will learn how your health affects your
Section 1 -
Prevention of Hypoxia
Section 2 -
Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Section 3 -
Noise, Vibration and Temperature
Section 4 -
Section 5 -
Section 6 -
Pilot Decision Making
|Weight and Balance-You will learn how to
load and balance your aircraft
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