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Nolly Airline Training
- Aircraft Systems Review Videos
- Airline Preparation Videos
- Career Path Series Videos
- Lightspeed Consortium Video Series
The real key to mastering the maneuvers on a B-727 checkride û any checkride, but especially one in the simulator û is to be able to immediately, and effortlessly, set the proper pitch attitude and power setting. After that, as long as you stay in trim, you can make the B-727 literally fly itself. Nolly's 1-hour video "B-727 Checkride Maneuvers" will help you do the latter. YouÆll get top-notch instruction on all the major Proficiency Check and Rating Ride maneuvers (Engine failure at V-1, 2-Engine ILS, 1-Engine Approach, Non-Precision Approach), and youÆll see in-flight simulator footage of the important ones. After you watch this video you will be UNABLE to fail checkride maneuvers! Never happened yet, never will.
This two-tape course was produced specifically for video home study. Your instructor, George Nolly, covers every major system along with cockpit controls and indicators. Course contents: Tape 1 Electrical APU, lighting, emergency equipment Engines Fire protection Tape 2 Fuel Hydraulics Flight controls/landing gear Ice and rain Caution systems Air conditioning/pressurization Thousands of pilots from airlines throughout the world have found these tapes to be just the answer for getting ready for Transition Training and Proficiency Checks.
Join B-777 Captain George Nolly as he discusses aircraft systems, using B-777 panels to guide the discussion. You'll get in-depth information on the operation of EICAS, Electrical System, Fuel System, Pneumatic/Air Conditioning System, Hydraulics, Ice and Rain, Fire Protection and more! In addition to systems you'll learn about the operation of the Mode Control Panel and its interface with the Primary Flight Display. The course is on two VHS video cassettes, total running time approximately 3 hours. If you want to learn about "Bigfoot", this is the course for you!
Join a seasoned Learjet instructor/check airman as he discusses aircraft systems, using Lear 35/36 and Air Force C-21 panels to guide the discussion. You'll get in-depth information on the operation of the Electrical System, Fuel System, Pneumatic/Air Conditioning System, Hydraulics, Ice and Rain, Fire Protection and more! The course is on two VHS video cassettes, total running time approximately 4 hours. If you want to learn about the Lear "Classic", this is the course for you!