Synopses & Reviews
Don't be caught with an out-of-date edition of the FAR/AIM. In the current environment, there is no excuse for ignorance of the rules of the U.S. airspace system. In this newest edition of the FAR/AIM, all regulations, procedures, and illustrations are brought up to date to reflect current FAA data. This handy reference book is an indispensable resource for members of the aviation community. Not only does this manual present FAA regulations, but it also includes a study guide for specific pilot training certifications and ratings, a pilot/controller glossary, the NASA Aviation Safety reporting form, and important FAA contact information, all packaged in an easy-to-use book that fits inside standard-issue flight bags.
All the information you need to operate in U.S. airspace.
About the Author
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), established in 1958, strives to "provide the safest, most efficient aerospace system in the world." It authors the Aviation Instructor's Handbook; Airplane Flying Handbook; The Federal Aviation Regulations/Aeronautical Information Manual (FAR/AIM); The Pilot's Encyclopedia of Aeronautical Knowledge; Aircraft Inspection and Repair; Rotorcraft Flying Handbook; Aviation Weather Services Handbook; Plane Sense; Glider Flying Handbook, Aircraft Weight and Balance Handbook; Seaplane, Skiplane, and Float/Ski Equipped Helicopter Operations Handbook; Powered Parachute Flying Handbook; Instrument Flying Handbook; and Instrument Procedures Handbook. The FAA headquarters are located in Washington, D.C.