The Pilot's Handbook is an illustrated how-to guide of procedures, operations, communications, and reference for all general-aviation pilots. This convenient, cockpit-handy manual features in-depth and specific procedural descriptions intended for reading on the ground, and checklists on heavy tabbed section dividers for use in the air. Hundreds of full-color illustrations illuminate the explanations, and a spiral binding allows for folding over or full opening. It includes descriptions of airports and airspaces, flying into and from Class B and Class C airports, uncontrolled-airport procedures, communications and radio failures, approach briefings including effective use of Jeppesen and FAA charts, and problems and emergencies. Divided into VFR and IFR sections, the latter is a guide to instrument clearances and procedures, including the common ILS, VOR and GPS, and also refreshers for the less frequently used NDBs, DME arcs, procedure turns and course reversals, and holds.