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AeroCourse has announced the launch of a new, updated 6th edition Canadian Airline Transport Pilot Licence Workbook.
This resource has been in the marketplace for over 20 years and is the go-to book for students studying for their ATPL exams.
Originally written to assist students attending AeroCourse groundschools, the ATPL workbook is still used in the company’s well-respected groundschool seminars.
It has become an essential part of ATPL study, whether taking a course or preparing for exams using self-study. It is intended to help pilots prepare for their Transport Canada exams and provide information and understanding of the requirements needed to fly in today’s complex aviation environment.
This version has incorporated many new questions in response to several key issues that challenge students in ATPL courses, and addresses new question topics added by Transport Canada.
AeroCourse has increased the number of questions in the book to include more than 800 samples focused on six key areas: Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs); Met General; Met Practical; Radio Aids and Flight Planning; Performance and Weight & Balance; Flight Ops General and Human Factors. The workbook includes many reference charts and information to help guide students studying for their ATPL exams. The material in this edition has been compiled with the help of several professional pilots with thousands of hours experience, both flying the line and training pilots.
AeroCouse president and owner Rick Stevens describes the new edition as “long-awaited, filling a void in the marketplace for up-to-date information.”
The book has a new cover featuring photography from a Canadian aviation photographer/pilot.
The new edition of the ATPL workbook may be purchased on the AeroCourse website for $69.95. This update replaces the 5th edition published in 2010.
Founded in 1988, AeroCourse is dedicated to providing the highest quality advanced aviation groundschool training courses. AeroCourse has been assisting students to reach their aviation goals for over 30 years, offering courses in most major cities across Canada and key resources for study.