FLYING PART 91 TO HAWAII: A PILOT'S GUIDE
First time flying a jet to Hawaii? Need a refresher? This is your guide.
Designed to give the first-time oceanic pilot a place to begin, this guide is a compilation of information gathered through firsthand experience flying jets to Hawaii, as well as information pulled from primary FAA and ICAO publications. It will go over everything one needs to know in order to show up on the day of the flight prepared. Though the guide only covers operations under part 91, pilots operating under part 121 and part 135 will find this guide a good supplement to their own company-provided training materials.
The guide may also be used as a refresher, as few pilots make the trip to Hawaii regularly enough to develop and maintain comfortable levels of proficiency. One quick pass through this guide is enough to prime one’s mind for the trip after months or years away.
- ICAO and FAA Regulations and Procedures
- Oceanic Communications
- Routing and Flight Plans
- Required Equipment and Certifications
- Plotting and Equal Time Points
- An Entire Hawaii Flight Walk-Through
- Abnormal Procedures and Contingencies
Make sure to check out the Part 91 Hawaii Flight Course - the online video course version of this book
Additional Book Resources
|AC 91-70B Oceanic and Remote Continental Airspace Operations|
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