Aim/Far 2006: Aeronautical Information Manual/Federal Aviation Regulations

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Charles F. Spence
McGraw-Hill, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 983 pages
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McGraw-Hill's Aim/Far is the blockbuster reference that pilots, flight instructors, students, and fixed-base operators in general aviation select most often. No other version of the Aeronautical Information Manual/Federal Aviation Regulations measures up to McGraw-Hill's - not even the government's own! Packed with information, regulations, and exclusive - time saving features, this economically priced reference is more thoroughly indexed and easier to use than any other. The key features include: Federal Aviation and useful pilot information than any other competitive title; on-line updates; all changes highlighted and explained; important facilities directory, aviation web site addresses, pilot/controller glossary, and FAA Flight Forum excerpts; study suggestions for test and flight review; VOT sites and frequencies; new updates and regulations regarding security issues; and expanded coverage of the sport pilot license and certification for pilots.

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About the author (2005)

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 and Pilots Association (AOPA), a position he held for 15 years. A former newspaper executive, Mr. Spence has been McGraw-Hill's AIM/FAR editor since 1996, and is the author of three other aviation books. He lives in Gaithersburg, Maryland.

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