Flight Manual Updated
For Immediate Release
Date: 29 December, 2000
Contact: Bill Stack, (865)-584-7340, firstname.lastname@example.org
Popular Flight-Sim Manual
Updated and Expanded
Flight-Sim Pilot's Information Manual 2001 has been released by TopSkills. This latest annual update includes an all-new chapter about lighting for airports, runways, aircraft and navigation. The chapter about air traffic control has been reorganized for improved application. And the appendix listing flight-sim resources has been updated. This latest edition contains about 25 more pages than its 2000 version.
Based on official aviation sources and real-pilot experiences, this newly updated and expanded manual helps pilots of noncombat flightsim games maximize their simming by knowing what real-world pilots know and doing what they do. In an orderly, straight-forward manner, Flight-Sim Pilot's Information Manual 2001 presents a wealth of information about pilot certificates and ratings, airports, airspaces, airways, visual flight rules, instrument flight rules and emergency procedures. It also provides formulas for converting to and from metric and British Imperial measurements and a comprehensive list of flight-sim sources. An index leads users directly to significant concepts, definitions and rules.
Readers rave about TopSkills' flight-simulation books with comments such as: "I am highly delighted with your books," and "Thank you for making my simming experience that much more real."
Author Bill Stack is a professional writer, speaker and trainer and a ten-year flightsim pilot. He can be contacted directly at email@example.com
Flight-Sim Pilot's Information Manual 2001 is available several ways: Internet users can order online at http://www.topskills.com/flitsim.htm Other flight simmers can order by telephone 888-584-9243 (toll-free from USA and Canada) or 865-584-7340 from all other countries. TopSkills flight-sim books are also available through Flight Sim Central and PC Aviator.