The Utralight Pilots Association of Canada has assembled the material in this publication with the recognition that ultralight aeroplanes are different and that the pilots flying them use them primarily for recreational aviation rather than transportation.
UPAC Aerodynamics, Meteorology and Navigation Manual
The Ultralight Pilots Association of Canada has assemble the material in this publication with the recognition that ultralight aeroplanes are different and that the pilots flying them use them primarily for recreational aviation rather than transportation. This manual has three definite sections: Aerodynamics, Meteorology, and Navigation. Aerodynamics provides information on the fundamental of flight and flying and aeroplane. Meteorology covers the atmosphere and the air we fly in. Having an appreciation of how air moves and the weather it produces gives a pilot an idea of the conditions when he can go flying and when he should stay on the ground. Navigation is the knowing where you are as you progress from one place to another and keeping track of fuel and other parameters along the way.
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