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Mike Gaffney's Complete Garmin G1000 Pilot's Handbook Released

Updated, Improved Manual On the Market via Sentia Publishing

Sentia Publishing has released The Complete G1000: A Pilot's Handbook by Michael G. Gaffney.

After years of market saturation, the G1000 has become a standard unto itself, a common, consistent suite of large screen, instrument capable avionics. As solid as the G1000's work is, however, some pilots manage to get by while only using a fraction of its capabilities. Learning the entire gamut of functions inside the G1000 sometimes takes concerted study and application over time (especially with its less than idiot-proof menuing--ed.), ingraining habits pilots can count on. Michael Gaffney attempts to ease that learning curve for newbies, leveraging his history as a Gold Seal Master Flight and Ground Instructor, ATP, A&P, and quality process management expert. Throughout his career, he's been able to log more than 4,500 flight hours at the helm of 46 distinct aircraft. That experience has given him a solid base of experience to draw from, figuring out the best workflow to keep flights safe and streamlined.

His first go at the G1000 hit the market  just after the platform was introduced, releasing the first pilot's handbook in 2006. Since then, he's added some more tips and tricks, refining his methods to let owners and operators bring out the best in their slick glass panels.

FMI: www.sentiapublishing.com

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