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Asa Cessna 152 - A Pilot's Guide on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Hartford, Connecticut, United States

Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Condition:Used Aircraft Type:Cessna

Exterior is slightly worn and there is some residue in the top left of the cover from where a sticker was removed. Interior pages and binding are in perfect shape.

ASA Cessna 152 - A Pilot's Guide. By Jeremy M. Pratt

Description:
"Subjects covered in detail include an overall description of the aircraft, limitations, handling characteristics, and loading/performance data. All the information is gleaned from flying experiences by experts in the industry, and is presented in an easy-to-read format. Pilots will find each guide in the series an invaluable companion to the aircraft's Flight Manual and an excellent sourcebook for the aircraft's principal characteristics."

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