Practical Aviation Law Workbook

With questions based on dilemmas faced by the author during his past 30 years in the aviation field, this companion workbook to Practical Aviation Law contains learning exercises that correspond to each of the textbook’s chapters. The workbook helps students understand the legal principles detailed in the textbook, thereby preparing them to make real-world decisions

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With questions based on dilemmas faced by the author during his past 30 years in the aviation field, this companion workbook to Practical Aviation Law contains learning exercises that correspond to each of the textbook’s chapters. The workbook helps students understand the legal principles detailed in the textbook, thereby preparing them to make real-world decisions as aviation managers, pilots, mechanics, aircraft owners, air-traffic controllers, air safety investigators and other positions within the aviation world.

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US Aviation Law teacher says:

An excellent companion to the text 0

Anonymous says:

The author makes many inaccurate statements throughout the book.Specific example: The high bypass engine was developed for noise reduction.False. The engine was developed for the needs of the military contractwith commercial manufactures to develop a large transport aircraft (the C-5)in 1965. Noise suppression was a by-product. The FAA was not garnered anypower over noise reduction until 1969. The EPA did not exist until 1972.There are many others.Also,…

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