Table of Contents

1.  AIR LAW AND PROCEDURES

1.1-1.4 CARs
1.5  Airworthiness Manual
1.6  A.I.P. CANADA
1.7  Air Traffic Services and Procedures

1.  AIR LAW AND PROCEDURES

1.1-1.4   CARs
1.5  Airworthiness Manual
1.6  TC AIM
1.7  Air Traffic Services and Procedures
1.8  Transportation Safety Board of Canada

2.  ENVELOPES, BASKETS AND BURNERS

2.1  Envelopes
2.2  Baskets
2.3  Burners
2.4  Electrical System
2.5  Fuel System and Fuels
2.6  Other Aircraft Systems

3.  THEORY OF FLIGHT (AEROSTATICS)

3.1  Principles of Flight
3.2  Forces Acting on a Balloon
3.3  Flight Characteristics
3.4  Design
3.5  Flight Controls
3.6  Effects of Temperature and Altitude

4.  FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS

4.1  Vertical Speed Indicator
4.2  Altimeter
4.3  Magnetism
4.4  Direct Reading Magnetic Compass
4.5  Temperature Gauges

5.  METEOROLOGY

5.1  The Earth's Atmosphere
5.2  Atmospheric Pressure
5.3  Meteorological Aspects of Altimetry
5.4  Temperature
5.5  Moisture
5.6  Stability and Instability
5.7  Clouds
5.8  Turbulence
5.9  Wind
5.10  Air Masses
5.11  Fronts
5.12  Frontal Weather
5.13  Thunderstorms and Tornadoes
5.14  Squall Lines
5.15  Terrain Effects
5.16  Surface Based Layers
5.17  Meteorological Services Available to Pilots
5.18  Aviation Weather Reports
5.19  Aviation Forecasts
5.20  Weather Maps and Prognostic Charts

6.  NAVIGATION AND RADIO AIDS

6.1  Definition
6.2  Maps and Charts
6.3  Time
6.4  Pilot Navigation
6.5  Pre-flight Preparation
6.6  Radio and Radar Aids

7.  FLIGHT OPERATIONS

7.1  Atmospheric Effects on Flight
7.2  Balloon Performance
7.3  Use of Performance Charts
7.4  Weight
7.5  Wake Turbulence
7.6  Search and Rescue

8.  HUMAN FACTORS

8.1  Aviation Physiology
8.2  The Pilot and the Operating Environment
8.3  Aviation Psychology
8.4  Pilot - Equipment / Materials Relationship
8.5  Interpersonal Relations

9.  FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR RATING

9.1  Learning and Learning Factors

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