The Pilot’s Radio Handbook by Dietlind Lempp is easy to read textbook for aspirant pilots needing to acquire the knowledge and skills for radio communication. It is the definitive South African reference work on aeronautical radio procedures and an essential handbook for passing the exams for both the Restricted and the General Radio Telephony Certificates for pilots, be they flying aeroplanes, helicopters, gliders, light sport aircraft, drones or any other flying machine.
The Pilot’s Radio Handbook is now in its 19th edition and has sold over 50 000 copies. It is regarded as the definitive South African reference work on radio procedures for pilots. While there are other study guides on the market, no other book explains the Air Traffic Control system as well as this one does and helps the pilot to be more proficient.
Its appendices and additional sections provide a wealth of information useful to pilots for flight planning, checking communications and navigational frequencies and a whole lot more. It’s the kind of book all pilots should carry in their flight bags.
This book is invaluable to:
- Student Pilots
to understand the Air Traffic Control System and to pass the written and oral examination to achieve a Restricted Aeronautical Radio Telephony Certificate
- Private Pilots
to re-read and refresh themselves on all the little intricacies of the Air Traffic Control System, which are sometimes forgotten if not used frequently.
- Prospective Commercial Pilots
to gain insight into the Air Traffic Control System for the conduct of instrument flying and to pass the examination for a General Aeronautical Radio Telephony Certificate
- All Pilots
as a companion in the flight bag and an everyday reference book for filing flight plans, checking frequencies, airspaces and many other valuable items of data
- Student Pilots