Buck, Robert N.
. New York. Macmillan Company. 1970.
This book is about the complicated subject of weather especially for pilots by a pilot who is widely experienced in many types of aircraft from gliders to jets.
The Pilot’s Night Flying Handbook
. Garden City. Doubleday & Company, Inc. 1976.
This is a complete illustrated guide to the techniques and safety procedures of night flying for the private pilot.
Survival in the Sky
. United States. William Marrow & Company. 1956.
This is a completely honest and authentic book about the human factors involved in high speed and high altitude flight and their dependency for safety.
The Sky Is Yours
. Chicago. Children’s Press. 1973.
This book explores the many careers and hobbies open in general aviation. It also discusses the principles and challenges of building and/or flying a plane.
Gilbert, Glen A.
Air Traffic Control: The Uncrowded Sky
. City of Washington. Smithsonian Institute Press. 1973.
This book deals with the Air Traffic Control Team-Past, Present, and Future. It helps us to see how Air Traffic Control will be able to convert the unlimited potential of airspace into transportation capability that truly can be called the “uncrowded
Hirsch, S. Carl.
On Course! Navigating in Sea, Air, and Space
. New York. The Viking Press. 1967.
This book leads the reader easily from the earliest and simplest Problems to the complex ones encountered by navigators of the sea, air, or space.
Steven, H. Guyford and James J. Haggerty.
. New York. Time, Inc. 1965.
This book deals with the world of manned flight from its primitive beginnings through the sophisticated present to the science-fiction future.