Top Kindle eBooks for Aircraft Mechanics –
Why get the Kindle?
eReaders like the kindle have gotten lots of attention lately. I am considered a late adapter for the most part, but after getting my Kindle for my birthday a few months ago, I was surprised by how much I like it. The reason I like it so much is that I can store LOTS of books in a small space. I do not consider my self an avid reader, but when I do read, it is nice to have everything in one place. Plus you get the books instantly on the kindle, so no waiting for the mail to show up and certainly no driving to the book store.
You don’t have to be a total geek to benefit from the Kindle. Aircraft mechanics can store lots of books in a small space. I used to have a large drawer of my tool box dedicated to books. Thankfully that drawer has been downsized now. We can store multiple books in one place. In fact, you could store lots of books and neatly fit it in a drawer or your tool box. The kindle eBook library has also continued to expand to include aviation related material.
Top 7 eBooks for the Aircraft Mechanic
This FAR book includes not only AMT related FARs but ALL FARs.
This weight and balance book can be downloaded for free from the FAA website. But for .99 cents, it is well worth getting for the kindle.
Aimed more at the management type but even a lead mechanic might find this book useful.
More of an advance theory of operations of various avionics systems.
Very useful for any aircraft mechanic.
Do you know how turbine engines work? You will after you read this book. Cool book for the engine lovers out there.
Don’t have a Kindle Reader? No Problem!
why buy from Amazon.com?
Best prices plus a no hassle return policy.
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