To All Airline Passengers
by Capt. Carlos Enrique Diaz
Are you afraid of flying? Have you ever wondered how a crew prepares for a flight? Are you concerned about passenger etiquette? In To All Airline Passengers, Captain Carlos Enrique Diaz answers all of your questions about flying. From how a plane is inspected and prepared for a flight to airline pilot training to why flights are delayed, Capt. Diaz explains it all. The charm of this book lies in Capt. Diazs good nature and commitment to explain the mechanics of flying in laymans terms. Pick up this user-friendly guide to squash your fearing of flying or just for an inside look at what happens during a flight from start to finish. To All Airline Passengers is guaranteed to make you feel safer on your next flight.
About the Author:
Captain Carlos Enrique Diaz was born in Venezuela in 1959, graduated as a commercial pilot in 1981, and has been an airline pilot since 1986. He became an airline captain in 1992 and for nearly three decades witnessed and still lives the advances in aviation technology and safety. All of his major experience in aviation has been in the airlines environment. At the time of writing this book, he logged more than 19,000 hours of flight in airliners, most of the time flying passengers like you around in both short and long-haul routes and domestic and international flights. Now, a United States citizen (and at the time of writing this book), he continues to be an active pilot, acting as airline captain of wide-body aircraft. He lives with his wife of twenty-seven years, his daughter, son-in-law, and two grandchildren in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
(2014, Paperback, 98 pages)