AIM/FAR 2005

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McGraw-Hill, Oct 21, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 964 pages
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AIM/FAR is a meticulously accurate and always up to date resource of federally required rules and regulations for general aviation flying, covering the most important issues pilots face. Editor Charlie Spence tracks the FAA changes and rulemaking throughout the year to bring pilots the best, most complete information possible for current conditions. More FARs and value-added content than the contender. McGraw-Hill AIM/FAR is customized to General Aviation market; we don’t just reprint, we employ an expert editor to update this essential annual guide to Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) and Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM). Changes are highlighted and explained; index is extensive; coverage is expansive and as current as the year allows. Spence adds directories to weather websites, aviation facilities, officials, NTSB, and more, including study suggestions for test and flight review. The book’s physical readability is superb—thanks to typesetting and to editorial organization. Online update zone year round at:

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AIM contents 1 Navigation aids
Aeronautical lighting and other airport visual aids

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About the author (2004)

Charles F. Spence is the Capitol Hill and Washington reporter for General Aviation News and a veteran of aviation public relations and publishing. A general aviation pilot for 50 years, he is past senior vice president of Public Relations for the Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association (AOPA), a position he held for 15 years. A former newspaper executive, Spence has been McGraw-Hill's AIM/FAR editor since 1996. He lives in Gaithersburg, Maryland.

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