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To All Airline Passengers

Everything you’ve always wanted to know about flying but didn’t know whom to ask.

Red Deer, Alberta, Canada – WEBWIRE
Grab a copy of the book now! Available at Amazon and other online book retailers.
Grab a copy of the book now! Available at Amazon and other online book retailers.

Diaz offers a voice of soothing authority that should particularly please white-knucklers overly stressed about flying. His accessible narrative poses Q-and-A’s in eye-catching subheadings, with answers conveyed in a pleasant, nonpatronizing tone. - Kirkus Review

If you frequently travel by air, and even if you don’t, chances are that you tend to look at the airplane as something magical. It’s able to fly through the air despite its size and weight, there are so many moving parts and you don’t know how they are able to move, it seems to take so much effort to make it fly. You don’t exactly know how it works; you only know that it does and you are happy with that.

In this book, Capt. Carlos Enrique Diaz explains in plain language what happens on a regular airline flight from start to finish, what makes planes fly and all you can expect to normally happen on a regular airline flight.

He also explains things like why sometimes flights are delayed, how pilots are trained, and why aviation is the safest form of transportation.

This book is ideal for frequent travelers, those who are afraid to fly, or those who simply want to know about the intricacies of modern flight.
The book can be read in any order since every chapter is independent from the others. Do not miss the “frequently asked questions” section and the one outlining “what to expect when flying during winter”

“To All Airline Passengers” will be displayed in the upcoming Word on the Street, the biggest literary event in Canada this year on September 22 in Toronto. Grab a copy of his book at Amazon and your favorite online book retailers. 

About the Author 

Born in Venezuela in 1959, Capt. Diaz graduated as a commercial pilot in 1981 before moving on to the really big planes in 1986 and eventually becoming an airline captain in 1992. He has flown both short and long-haul routes and domestic and international flights all throughout his career. He continues to be an active airline pilot.

He now lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with his wife, their daughter, and their two grandchildren.

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 Carlos Enrique Diaz
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