Do you want to be a better pilot? In Performance Pilot, noted performance coach, Ross Bentley, and professional aviator, Phil Wilkes, reveal aviation-specific procedures, techniques, and strategies to help you methodically, deliberately, and more effectively prepare for, conduct and evaluate your own flying, and consistently perform at the highest level. In short, this book will make you a better pilot.
Performance Pilot has been helping pilots from all sorts of backgrounds improve their flying performance: private pilots, airline pilots, military pilots, glider pilots, helicopter pilots. Pilots just like you.
As a low hour pilot this has provided me with plenty of useful tips to make the most of my time, and money when I'm in the air.Barry Jones
Performance Pilot is full of priceless advice.Andrew Musca-Unger
Best money you'll ever spend to improve your piloting.Frank Maier
A must-read for any pilot. The practices it teaches would certainly benefit any kind of pilot, at any level.Jim - Amazon Customer
Gives pilots the best and most efficient techniques on improving their aircraft handling.Anthony Crichton-Browne
I used the ideas in Perfomance Pilot to great effect. There is no doubting that there was definitely an improvement in my performance.Ben Jobson
As a current instructor of RAAF F18 fighter pilots, this is certainly a book I will recommend to all my students.Marq Saunders
In short, the strategies in this book can help build better pilots.Brent Keenan
I am sure that my aviation training would have benefitted greatly had Performance Pilot been available at the time.Jaimie Tilbrook
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This is a book that should be part of every pilot's bookcase.Australian PILOT magazine
A must read for any professional in a competitive or intensive-skill industry!People of the Sky
Provide[s] you with the means to challenge yourself, and some of the tools for self-improvement.FLYER magazine
Interesting, useful and important in these increasingly stressful times in which life is full of distractions, if you fly it will do you no harm at all to read this.Aero Australia magazine