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PHAK Chapter 1

Updated: Apr 12, 2022

CHAPTER TITLE: Introduction to Flying


Below is a list of the figures (diagrams, charts, and pictures) from the PHAK Chapter 1. They are listed in the order they are found in the Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge.


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FIGURE 1-1

Leonardo da Vinci’s ornithopter wings.


FIGURE 1-2

Glider from 1852 by Sir George Cayley, British aviator (1773–1857).


FIGURE 1-3

First flight by the Wright brothers.


FIGURE 1-4

Benoist airboat.


FIGURE 1-5

The de Haviland DH-4 on the New York to San Francisco inaugural route in 1921.


FIGURE 1-6

The transcontinental airmail route ran from New York to San Francisco.


FIGURE 1-7

A standard airway beacon tower.


FIGURE 1-8

The first pilot license was issued to William P. MacCracken, Jr.


FIGURE 1-9

The third head of the Aeronautics Branch, Eugene L. Vidal, is flanked by President Franklin D. Roosevelt (left) and Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace (right). The photograph was taken in 1933. During Vidal’s tenure, the Aeronautics Branch was renamed the Bureau of Air Commerce on July 1, 1934. The new name more accurately reflected the status of the organization within the Department of Commerce.


FIGURE 1-10

First Administrator of the FAA was General Elwood Richard “Pete” Quesada, 1959–1961.


FIGURE 1-11

President Jimmy Carter signs the Airline Deregulation Act in late 1978.


FIGURE 1-12

Overview of 14 CFR, available online free from the FAA and for purchase through commercial sources.


FIGURE 1-13

Atlanta Flight Standards District Office (FSDO).


FIGURE 1-14

Aeronautical Information Manual.


FIGURE 1-15

A sample of handbooks available to the public. Most can be downloaded free of charge from the FAA website.


FIGURE 1-16

Pilot Operating Handbooks from manufacturers.


FIGURE 1-17

Example of an Advisory Circular in its fifth revision.


FIGURE 1-18

From left to right, a sectional VFR chart, IFR chart, and chart supplement U.S. (formerly Airport/Facility Directory) with a sample of a page from the supplement.


FIGURE 1-19

NOTAM (D) Information.


FIGURE 1-20

Front side (top) and back side (bottom) of an airman certificate issued by the FAA.


FIGURE 1-21

Example endorsement for a recreational pilot to conduct solo flights for the purpose of determining an additional certificate or rating.


FIGURE 1-22

A typical aircraft a private pilot might fly.


FIGURE 1-23

A complex aircraft.


FIGURE 1-24

Type of aircraft flown by an airline transport pilot.


FIGURE 1-25

Examples of Practical Test Standards.


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