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BARRY'S PROFICIENT FLYING VIDEOS NOW ON DVD
Barry Schiff needs no introduction. He is known throughout the industry as a consummate aviator, author and educator with a passion for General Aviation like few others. His seemingly boundless experience and knowledge are surpassed only by his warm, rich writing style and unforgettable presentation techniques.
In Proficient Flying Barry uses these educational skills to help pilots visualize techniques and procedures that can make them safer pilots. He brings critical subjects to life in this DVD series with more than 4 hours of instruction. Schiff's knack for guiding pilots through intricate aspects of flying makes these lessons invaluable and memorable, giving viewers true insight and understanding of the subjects presented.
- Operating at High Density Altitudes
- Understanding Spins
- Engine Failure After Takeoff
- Dealing with Control System Failures
- Weight and Balance
- Determining Airspeed
- Rejected Takeoffs and Landings
- Glide and Descent Techniques
- Pitot-Static Pitfalls
- Flying a Taildragger
- Accident Investigation
- Swinging a Compass
- Engine Operating Hints
- Unusual IFR Approaches
- How to Fly a Seaplane
- Fascinating In-Flight Experiments
The full set of DVDs, with over four hours of instruction, are just $39.95.
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Codename: Operation Peace Flight
narrated by Barry Schiff
NOW ON DVD
On May 23, 1995 Barry Schiff led an historic flight from Jerusalem, Israel to Amman, Jordan. This video presents the emotional and stirring story of the first flight, civil or military, ever allowed between these two countries.
Read the fascinating story about Barry's historic flight
from Israel to Jordan. You'll definitely want the DVD after reading this account. Unfortunately, the box you see on the left was available only for VHS cassettes and is not available for DVDs. Instead, the Codename: Operation Peace Flight DVD will be provided in a conventional jewel box.
DVD format; running time 47 minutes
Barry wrote and produced these now-historical recordings between 1959 and 1963. They provide a unique perspective to what flying and flight training was like during that period. Much of it, though, is still valid. Originally recorded on long-play, 33-1/3 rpm recordings, they have been faithfully reproduced on archival-quality CDs and are described below just like they were when originally released. All were recorded in flight and then edited and professionally narrated at Capitol Records in Hollywood.
On Course, On the Glide Path
Listen to and become familiar with all radio aids to navigation as they are being used. These include low-frequency (4-course) radio ranges, omniranges, marker beacons, a cone of silence, as well as various forms of in-flight communications. The highlight is a complete ground-controlled radar approach (GCA) that goes all the way to the squeak of the tires at Los Angeles International Airport.
This recording takes you along on an actual instrument flight in a Cessna 310 from Los Angeles to San Francisco. You receive a pre-flight briefing, file a flight plan, and then listen in on all air-ground communications while en route.
Los Angeles to New York, VFR
This double album (2 CDs and more than 2 hours of recording time) was an ambitious recording project that takes you on a real cross-country flight, a VFR flight all the way from LAX to Idlewild (as JFK was then called). It is not only entertaining, but you will learn from the manner in which innumerable problems encountered along the way are resolved.
This popular recording removes the mystery and mystique from two-way radio communications. It makes it easier to learn how to use the radio and helps to relieve anxiety (mike fright), especially for those learning to fly at controlled airports. These are the fundamentals needed to communicate efficiently with the control tower while on the ground and in the traffic pattern.
Re-recording from original phonograph records to archival-quality CDs was done by King Tet
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