Aim/Far 2000: Aeronautical Information Maual/Federal Aviation Regulations

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Charles F. Spence
McGraw-Hill Companies, Aug 1, 1999 - Transportation - 800 pages
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-- The year 2000 edition of the Airman Information Manual and Federal Aviation Regulations -- an essential reference book/directory for any aviation pilot; includes nav/com frequencies and locations and frequencies for all VOTs-- Newly expanded to include more web addresses, with a special focus on weather information sites-- Features free online update offer

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Contents

AIM contents 1 Navigation aids
1
RADAR SERVICES AND PROCEDURES
45
Aeronautical lighting and other airport visual aids
49
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Charles F. Spence (Gaithersburg, MD) is a veteran of aviation marketing and publishing. His career includes editorship of "Private Pilot" magazine, Public Relations Director for the 350,000-member general aviation organization, AOPA, and continues currently as industry liaison and Capitol Hill reporter for General Aviation News International and the "GA Team 2000" program.

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