Introduction, Aircraft, Air Transportation, Airports, and Air Navigation are the three sections that make up the book.
A practical approach is an addition to the course. Students should be able to use academic (but also commercial) software like Python and XFLR5 to address real-world problems using their theoretical understanding.
The goal of the first section is to comprehend the fundamentals of atmospheric flight (ISA and planetary references) as well as the technology that applies to the aerospace industry, specifically with a focus on an understanding of the components of an aircraft.
The second section is devoted to aircraft and introduces atmospheric flight mechanics, aircraft propulsion, aircraft materials and structures, and aircraft aerodynamics (fluid mechanics, airfoils, wings, and high-lift devices) (performances and stability and control).
The third section is devoted to understanding the international airports, the worldwide air navigation system, and the international air transport system (its history, current status, and future development).