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Jeppesen EASA ATPL Mass & Balance Manual

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This new Jeppesen EASA ATPL Softback manual ensures that you have a good understanding of the effects of adding or subtracting a mass from an airplane, or moving a mass within an airplane.

This new Jeppesen EASA ATPL Softback manual ensures that you have a good understanding of the effects of adding or subtracting a mass from an airplane, or moving a mass within an airplane. 

Mass and Balance introduces to pilots how to calculate the maximum take-off mass and the corresponding center of gravity (CG). This book discussed the basics of mass and center of gravity calculations for aeroplanes, procedures for aircraft weighing and to find the empty CG. Always up to date, printed on demand and using QR codes to provide animated graphics, this book presents this knowledge step-by-step. 

  • Definition and Terminology
  • Limits
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  • Centre of Gravity

The JAR-FCL has adopted the UK CAA Civil Aviation Publication (CAP) 696 for Mass and Balance examination purposes. This volume details three generic aeroplanes, single engine piston aeroplane, a multi-engine piston aeroplane, and medium range twin jet

Mass and Balance covers the factors governing the loading of an aeroplane to ensure that the longitudinal centre of gravity and mass are within the structural and performance limits. This volume has been written to give you a good understanding of the effects of adding or subtracting a mass from an aeroplane, or moving a mass within an aeroplane, through the use of explanation and work examples. It enables you to understand the importance of ensuring that the aeroplane for which you are responsible is correctly loaded and trimmed for flight and ground operations

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