FAR/AIM 2017: the easiest way to know the FARs

FAR/AIM 2017

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2017
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2017 edition; includes FAA changes through June 21, 2016

The easiest and most convenient way to search and research the FARs

The most complete FAR/AIM available for your iPad or any other fixed or mobile device in an easy to use single file .pdf. Fully searchable, printable, pre-bookmarked, and compatible on multiple devices with all standard Adobe functions.

All changes from previous editions are highlighted for quick recognition

This eBook edition has been compiled from many FAA sources. It is a single file, extensively bookmarked, fully searchable and printable, with all FAA updates through June 21, 2016. There is no easier way to access the information you need as you need it.

A complete reference that brings you up to date with all pertinent FAR sections for pilots from the Sport to ATP rating. The Federal Aviation Regulation section includes FAR Parts 1, 3, 11, 13, 43, 61, 67, 71, 73, 91, 97, 103, 105,107, 119, 133, 135, 136, 137, 141, 142, 49CFR-NTSB 830, HMR 175, TSR 1540, TSR 1544, TSR 1550, TSR 1552, and TSR 1562, plus the complete and current Aeronautical Information Manual.

The eBook version includes all sections as published in both the Jeppesen and ASA versions combined.

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standard pdf ebook
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29.7Mb
Print:
unlimited
Copy/Paste:
unlimited
Offline Access:
yes
Search:
always
Bookmarks:
always
System Reqs:
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

The FAR section includes parts:
1 - Definitions and abbreviations
3 - General requirements
11 - General Rule Making Procedures
13 - Investigative and Enforcement Procedures
61 - Certification of pilots and instructors
67 - Medical standards
71 - Airspace and airways
73 - Special use airspace
91 - General operating and flight rules
97 - Instrument approach procedures
103 - Ultralight vehicles
105 - Parachute Jumping
107 - Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems
119 - Certification of air carriers and commercial operations
133 - Rotorcraft external loads
135 - Commuter and charter operations
136 - Commercial Air Tours
137 - Agricultural aircraft operations
141 - Pilot schools
142 - Training centers
830 - Reporting of aircraft accidents and preservation of wreckage
HMR 175 - Hazardous material regulations
TSR 1540 - Operational security
TSR 1544 - Disqualifying criminal offences
TSR 1550 - Aircraft Security
TSR 1552 - Flight training for aliens
TSR 1562 - Operations in Washington DC
Pilots Bill of Rights parts 112 - 153
Airline Safety and Extension act of 2010

The AIM section includes parts:
1- Air navigation and radio aids
2- Radar services and procedures
3- Airport lighting aids & obstruction lighting
4- Airport marking aids and signs
5- Airspace - general
6 - Airspace - controlled
7 - Airspace - class G
8 - Airspace - special use
9 - Airspace - other
10 - Air traffic services
11 - Radio phraseology and techniques
12 - Airport operations
13 - ATC clearances and separation
14 - ATC procedures - preflight
15 - Departure procedures
16 - En route procedures
17 - Arrival procedures
18 - Pilot/controller roles and responsibilities
19 - National security and interception procedures
20 - Emergency procedures - general
21 - Emergency services available to pilots
22 - Distress and urgency procedures
23 - Radio failure procedures
24 - Flight safety - meteorology
25 - Altimeter settings
26 - Wake turbulence
27 - Bird hazards
28 - Other potential flight hazards
29 - Hazard reporting
30 - Fitness for flight and other medical factors
31 - Charts and related publications
32 - Pilot/controller glossary

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