FAR/AIM 2011: Federal Aviation Regulations/Aeronautical Information Manual (FAR/AIM series)
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The Federal Aviation Administration is the government agency that oversees and regulates procedural standards for the aviation industry.
Adhering to a reputation for excellence, this definitive manual of the latest civil aviation directives has been fully updated and indexed to clearly reflect all the changes in the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) and the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) over the past year. A combined FAR/AIM index is also included.. In addition to the regulations, AIM procedures, and redrawn AIM illustrations, this reformatted edition also includes a study guide for specific pilot certifications and ratings,
"It's the FAR/AIM. How can it really be bad?" according to wRadar. This is a book that contains federal policies, verbatim. So, it doesn't have a lot of chance to really "wow" you. But, the manner in which it is laid out, including the necessary diagrams and photos, makes it about as easy to read and navigate as one might hope for.In short, this is a well-designed reference guide. Just as most people wouldn't order an encyclopedia (remember what that is?) for some light reading, one doesn't usually crack open the . ASA is the Best FAR/AIM Publisher There are several publishers of the FAR/AIM. After all the book is simply FAA regs, plus the Airmen's Information Manual.I have been purchasing this manual every other year or so for DECADES, and can safely say that ASA (this version) is the most popular version for a good reason. The binding is high quality, it's smaller than some other brands -- which means that it will fit in your flight bag when you go for a check ride, they make it very clear . Grandpa said FAR/AIM review. The book content was as expected. I used it to review those items necessary for a Bieenial Flight Review when I returned to my flying activity. The book, published by the government, is very thorough. Like most government regulatory systems, the book thickness has grown over the years.I found out later that there is a small book available that covers a review on the same subject of Bieenial Flight Review.
About the AuthorThe Federal Aviation Administration is the government agency that oversees and regulates procedural standards for the aviation industry.