Below is the current errata list for this textbook. These errata will be corrected in the next edition.
LATE CHANGES TO SOME OF THE EXAMPLES IN THE PERFORMANCE STUDY GUIDE.
(Go to our home page and click on the orange tag under 'BOOKS'). Performance_replacement_pages.pdf
Page 123 ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF PNR/ETP CACLULATIONS. Change 'You are planning an air transport flgiht' to 'You are planning a private flight".
The introduction of the new CASA regulations format has had very little effect on the content of the Performance Study Guide. For those students who may still have the 'old' version (pre December 2021), the link below contains the references to the Part 91 MOS that is now applicable to the Performance Study Guide. PERFORMANCE_ERRATA.pdf
Page 248. Answer to Final Test Question No 33. The graph shows 150kg but the tag shows 180kg. That should be 150kg. The correct answer us 150kg (a) as given in the Question text on page 235.
Page 106 Line above EXERCISE 4.17. 'say 95' should be 'say 99,
Page 261 Question 7 The ZFW calculation is using the wrong trip fuel weight 108kg now reads 105kg
Page 5 CAAP 92-1(0) now reads CAAP 92-1(1)
Page 225 AIP ENR 1.1 para 4.1.2 now reads para 4.2.1
Page 226 AIP ENR 1.1 para 220.127.116.11 now reads para 4.2.1(d)
Page 226 AIP ENR 1.10 para 2.11(c) now reads para 2.13(c)
Pages 228 & 229 CAAP 43-1(0) now reads CAAP 43-1 v2.0
Page 230 CAAP 42B-1(0) now reads CAAP 42B-1 (1.1)
Page 125 Question 8. Change the wind given to 070°T at 10kt.
Since the intoduction of 'typed -in' answers in the CASA Performance exam, a much higher degree of accuracy is required for all calculations. The CPL Performance book is being updated to include examples of this requirement including ETP and PNR calculations. A summary of the new material may be downloaded from here. ETP PNR download .pdf
Page 129. Answers to Exercise 4.18 Question 6. The last line of the working should read 11 gals @ 17.2gh not 8 gals. The answer given is correct though.
Page 128 Question 10 answer. Should be (c) and has now been changed to 25.3 gallons. The 4 gallons holding fuel was omitted in the original answer,