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On top of that, you will find the Jeppesen books hard going for private study. Unless you can self-certify, you will need a school anyway and they will provide notes for you.

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You need an update – there have been a lot of questions added since then! The CATS material is also hard going for private study. I would keep the other notes, however – they are out of date, but the basics never change, and it’s always good to have a second view of a subject.

Jeppesen ATPL books from – are they outdated?

Find More Posts by ersa. Dont scrimp on study materialit will show in your results.

I know I have to go through the course again, just wondered how much I can rely on books I already have while self studying. BB code is On. Last edited by jamesbond6; 23rd Jul at None of the books are wastedthere just out of date. Find More Posts by jamesbond6. Whether studying for the written exams, training for the flight tests or building experience here’s where you can hang out. S phil’s course bpok are spot on.


I can’t believe they cover the same material. The two alternatives left without going through a school are the padpilot books available off naa – a little overkill but professionally done, and Phil Croucher’s EASA Professional Pilot Studies.

The former comes as separate books for each subject, the latter is all in one, so less expensive. Certainly ignore the ops and air law chapters, though.

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I will be doing the course in distance learning bookk, so the books will be my primary source of knowledge, not the course notes. Find More Posts by paco.

Add a Poll to this Thread. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. I would also mention, if you get the book, that anything marked in a distinctive way italics, bold lettering, bar down the side has relevance to a known question, although it won’t be the actual question, of course.

Get the PDF version – tablet friendly, more pages, expandable graphics, low fat, no animals used in manufacture It is a simple repackaging job, and the customer gets the benefit. Uaa, I bought Jeppesen ATPL books 8 years ago for a theory course, however I never managed to pursue the exams attpl futher training until now.


They can supplement your new study course notes Thank you all for your tips! Professional Pilot Training includes ground studies A forum for those on the steep path to that coveted professional licence. Nordian used to be jwa but bbook recently been edited by a senior instructor in the industry so will have improved, but their material still needs filling in with instruction.

Thanks for the tip with padpilot books! Can anybody explain which books can be so outdated I should not risk learning from material which simply will not deliver correct answers?

You may not post new threads. If I’m allowed to mention, there nook no catch – the course notes are there anyway and were developed for another reason. Other explanations may not necessrily be better, but are often different enough to help you remember.

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There is no catchhis book is to the point, not full of padding. Phil’s course notes are MUCH less expensive and – as you mentioned – it’s just one book. Risk perspective is crucial, although if scope of some subjects also differs to a great extent, I am also looking for such information.

I suppose meteorology could not have changed, but should I skip reading the Air Law book at least?