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Today's Leading Guide to Federal Aviation Rules and Regulations-Now Updated with the Latest Changes

The only edited and annotated guide to federal aviation regulations, AIM/FAR 2008 arms you with the latest federally required rules for general aviation flying, including all new Transportation Security Administration requirements. This updated aviation tool presents new second-in-command qualifications, new helicopter procedures, SAAAR instrument approaches, key FAA regional office phone numbers, and unmanned aircraft alerts.

Packed with over 200 detailed illustrations, this unrivaled resource contains an up-to-date aeronautical information manual, covering air navigation…lighting and visual aids…airspace…air traffic control and procedures…emergency procedures…safety of flight…medical facts… charts and publications…and helicopter operations. The book also provides selected aviation web sites, a pilot/controller glossary, and a comprehensive index. Bigger and better than ever, AIM/FAR 2008 features:

  • Study suggestions for test and flight review
  • VOT sites and frequencies
  • Light Sport Plane Regulations
  • Access to year-round online updates with late-breaking developments
  • The following new material: new second-in-command qualifications; newhelicopter procedures; new directories to weather web sites, aviationfacilities, officials, NTSB, and more

Inside This Updated Guide to Critical Aviation Information and Rules• Aeronautical Information Manual: Air Navigation • Lighting and Visual Aids • Airspace • Air Traffic Control • Air Traffic Procedures • Emergency Procedures • Safety of Flight • Medical Facts • Charts and Publications • Helicopter Operations • Pilot/Controller Glossary • Federal Aviation Regulations • Transportation Security Regulations • Selected Aviation Web Sites

Synopsis:

THE ONLY EDITED AND ANNOTED GUIDE TO FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS<P>Covering all the important issues pilots face, McGraw-Hill's "AIM/FAR 2007" is the most accurate and authoritative version of the Aeronautical Information Manual/Federal Aviation Regulations available anywhere. <P>Editor and veteran pilot Charles F. Spence tracks FAA changes and rulemaking throughout the year to bring you the most current information and the best, most expert commentary. You'll find federally required rules and regulations from the Transportation Security Administration for general aviation flying, the latest civil aviation rules from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), all pertinent sections of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs), plus the complete Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM). <P>MORE OF WHAT PILOTS NEED<P>McGraw-Hill's "AIM/FAR" gives pilots more. It's more readable — with an eye-friendly typeface and highlighted changes and more expert explanations of changes from an experienced editor. This guide also gives you: The most comprehensive index Expert suggestions for test and flight review VOT sites and frequencies Year-round AIM and FAA regulations update at: www.books.mcgraw-hill.com/engineering/update-zone.html Best of the bunch FAA Flight Forum excerpts State aviation officials' addresses and contacts <P>The Updates Pilots Need to Stay Informed NEW Guidance on Wake Turbulence NEW Requirements for Second-in-Command NEW Hazardous Material Handling Training

Synopsis:

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 competition. 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: www.books.mcgraw-hill.com/engineering/update-zone.html

About the Author

Charles F. Spence (Gaithersburg, MD), a general aviation pilot for 47 years, is the Capitol Hill reporter for Flyer and a veteran of aviation public relations and publishing. Past senior vice president of communications for Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association (AOPA) for 15 years, he is also a former newspaper man. Spence has been AIM/FAR editor since 1996.

Table of Contents

Aeronautical Information Manual:

Chapter 1: Air Navigation

Chapter 2: Lighting and visual aids

Chapter 3: Airspace

Chapter 4: Air Traffic Control

Chapter 5: Air Traffic Procedures

Chapter 6: Emergency Procedures

Chapter 7: Safety of Flight

Chapter 8: Medical Facts

Chapter 9: Charts and Publications

Chapter 10: Helicopter Operations

PILOT/CONTROLLER GLOSSARY

Federal Aviation Regulations:

1: Definitions and Abbreviations

43: Maintenance, preventive maintenance, rebuilding, and alteration

61: Certification: pilots, flight instructors, ground instructors

65: Certification: airmen other than flight crewmembers

67: Medical standards and certification

71: Designation of federal airways, area low routes, controlled airspace, and reporting points

73: Special use airspace

91: General operating and flight rules

93: Special air traffic rules and airport traffic patterns

97: Standard instrument approach procedures

99: Security control of air traffic

103: Ultralight vehicles

(and more...)

Product Details

ISBN:
9780071479240
Author:
Spence, Charles F
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Editor:
Spence, Charles F.
Author:
Spence, Charles F.
Author:
Spence, Charles
Subject:
Aviation - General
Subject:
Aviation - Piloting & Flight Instruction
Copyright:
Edition Number:
7
Series:
AIM/FAR: Airman's Information Manual/Federal Aviation Regulations
Publication Date:
November 2006
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
1001
Dimensions:
9.22x7.42x1.42 in. 3.24 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , THE ONLY EDITED AND ANNOTED GUIDE TO FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS<P>Covering all the important issues pilots face, McGraw-Hill's "AIM/FAR 2007" is the most accurate and authoritative version of the Aeronautical Information Manual/Federal Aviation Regulations available anywhere. <P>Editor and veteran pilot Charles F. Spence tracks FAA changes and rulemaking throughout the year to bring you the most current information and the best, most expert commentary. You'll find federally required rules and regulations from the Transportation Security Administration for general aviation flying, the latest civil aviation rules from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), all pertinent sections of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs), plus the complete Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM). <P>MORE OF WHAT PILOTS NEED<P>McGraw-Hill's "AIM/FAR" gives pilots more. It's more readable — with an eye-friendly typeface and highlighted changes and more expert explanations of changes from an experienced editor. This guide also gives you: The most comprehensive index Expert suggestions for test and flight review VOT sites and frequencies Year-round AIM and FAA regulations update at: www.books.mcgraw-hill.com/engineering/update-zone.html Best of the bunch FAA Flight Forum excerpts State aviation officials' addresses and contacts <P>The Updates Pilots Need to Stay Informed NEW Guidance on Wake Turbulence NEW Requirements for Second-in-Command NEW Hazardous Material Handling Training
"Synopsis" by , 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 competition. 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: www.books.mcgraw-hill.com/engineering/update-zone.html
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