“Remove Before Flight”
by Captain Laura Einsetler
“Remove Before Flight” is a guide book to help you remove any fear or concerns before your next flight. It was created to help educate and empower so that you feel more at ease in the flying environment. It speaks to your many questions about flight and travel! It is a perfect read to take onboard or give as a gift whether you are a frequent flier or an occasional rider!
The chapters include: a brief historical on the evolution of flight, a discussion on how the jets are designed and tested, an overview of the pilots’ experience level and thinking process, a journey through the planning and phases of flight, a guide on weather factors and phenomenon, a summary of airline operations and safety, a talk about what the flight attendants tell you and why, and tips on healthier traveling!
This book is enlightening and educational for you! It is fabulous for friends, family, and coworkers who take to the skies! Enjoy!
(You can download ebooks now from all of your favorite distributors below! Paperbacks are available with Lulu, Amazon and Barnes&Noble. If you are happy with your books, please put in a review – you will be entered to win a free travel health kit!)
Nov 3, 2016
“Very impressive and of interest to anyone, whether they like flying or not!”
“I have been flying for a half a century and almost everything here, from pilot training to what is best to eat on board was new to me. I was especially interested in the rigorous testing the government requires of all aircraft. Also of interest was the debunking of the notion that all a modern pilot has to do is set the plane on auto pilot and sit back and check their Facebook page or read a book. This is an impressive and highly readable book and sure to make the experience of flying more interesting to everyone (Oh the wings are SUPPOSE to flex?) Highly recommended and a great gift idea.”
Nov 22, 2016
by Dr. George E. Nolly
“Really Pulls Back the Curtain!”
“This comprehensive book does an outstanding job of explaining every aspect of airline operations, from pilot training to weather and maintenance issues to mainline/feeder operations. If you’re a white-knuckle flier, this book will really go a long way to put you at ease. And if you’re a travel pro who STILL can’t understand why you hear a ‘barking dog’ every time your Airbus jet pulls up to park at the gate, you’ll finally find out! This book covers it all, in a lucid, easy-to-understand presentation. As a retired Captain with 36 years of airline service, I’m impressed. I’m really impressed!” (Author of The Hamfist Series and Ready for Takeoff)
Dec 31, 2016
by Jim Brewer
“LET’S GO FLY! Everything you, as a passenger, need to know about commercial airline flying. This may save your life!”
“An extraordinarily clear, concise and detailed book on everything that a passenger needs to know about commercial airline travel. Starting with her passion for flying at 15 and moving ever forward in this exciting career path and giving us a brief history of the aviation industry before and after WWII, getting into the design, engineering, production of modern airliners, Captain Laura covers all aspects to try to assure you, the passenger, that every eventuality has been taken into account and that you should be able to rest easy on your flights. She uses a lot of industry terminology and concepts but explained it all in an easily understood and light approach. Safety and health are always the prime concerns, throughout the book. There are countless tips and recommendations how to stay well and in good physical and mental shape even when your flights are delayed, rerouted or cancelled. Choosing an airline, a destination, a route, etc. should always include a number of conscious decisions, except just price. All of this is well explained, as it should be, because your life depends on it! Hooray fir the great job the Captain has done here!”
Dec 25, 2016
by Professor Jennifer Zamora MPAP, PA-C
“We both liked reading about the design of the plane and how much it can really take due to weather or other issues”
“As a health care provider, patients ask me to write them prescriptions for sedatives for flights due to their fear. Now, I have been able to tell them about this book, especially since it has helped my husband’s fear of flying. We both liked reading about the design of the plane and how much it can really take due to weather or other issues. We even got great tips about the time of day to book our flights for a chance to smoother flights and less turbulence. We also both liked it when she gave relaxing techniques, explained what the sounds are on the plane that may make people nervous, as well as gave details of the extensive training pilots go through to keep us safe. She also gives continued tips and great advice on her website and social medias. Thank you Captain Laura!!!!”