Aim/Far 2006: Aeronautical Information Manual/Federal Aviation Regulations
Charles F. Spence
McGraw-Hill, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 983 pages
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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AIM contents 1 Navigation aids
AREA NAVIGATION RNAV AND REQUIRED NAVIGATION
Aeronautical lighting and other airport visual aids
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advisory aeronautical air traffic control airplane airport airspeed alert altimeter altitude Amdt applicant appropriate approved ATC clearance authorized instructor Aviation charts Class B airspace class rating control tower cross-country flight departure descent equipment facility final approach flight instructor certificate flight level flight plan flight simulator flight training device flying frequency glider ground helicopter holding hours of flight ICAO ICAO term identified indicate instrument approach procedure issued landing least light-sport aircraft limitations located logbook maneuvers medical certificate minimum missed approach nautical miles navigation NOTAM paragraph performance person pilot certificate pilot in command practical test Preflight proach radio received Refer to AIM request RNAV route runway RVSM SIGMET specified speed sport pilot sport pilot certificate subpart surface takeoff taxiway terminal tion traffic pattern transponder type rating unless visibility visual waypoint weather wind wind shear