The pilot's handbook for a California vacation in the skies!
The southwest of the United States always seems to have exercised a kind of magical attraction. Years ago, it was the Gold Rush that turned the Golden State into a popular destination. Today, it's the pleasant climate and varied landscapes that make California such an appealing location, especially for a vacation in the skies. There are scheduled, direct flights to San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco from most large cities in Europe. Once in California, pilots can take advantage of the state's excellent aviation infrastructure. There are a large number of flight schools to choose from, and the U.S. generally continues to offer pilots a degree of freedom that is unparalleled elsewhere. Along with the tolerable prices for chartering aircraft, the state offers aviators extremely exciting options. All that pilots need before they take to the skies is a suitable guide.
Aviator's Guide to California
The Aviator's Guide to California shows why the West Coast of the U.S. is such a fascinating place to visit: The ocean and beaches lie almost adjacent to majestic mountains; from the air you can discover the fascinating play of colors in towering red rock formations and the arid sands of the desert; remote ski slopes in pristine natural settings are just a short flight away from vibrant cities. Offering interesting destinations for everyone, the Aviator's Guide to California lets you discover fascinating journeys around this impressive West Coast state. In addition, the book contains practical tips about flying in the U.S. and information about the peculiarities pilots will be confronted with in U.S. airspace.