Checkride is coming up.
First of all, If You’re going for a check-ride You would get a current one.
This crucial book is essential in order to make you more confident to better understand aviation regulations.
Most students and aviation enthusiasts are seeking a good way of studying the strategies of FAR/AIM. (1181-page book for professional aviators & new beginners) It`s absolutely essential to make familiar with all pertinent rules & regulations. Especially for student pilots.
To tell the truth, It s not possible You can’t know every answer during the checkride, but if you know where it is. Sure This is what the examiner wants to get the answer. In order to dominate your written, oral, practical exam, flight review, proficiency check, You are supposed to be familiar with the rules& regulations regarding pertinent knowledge. Here We will be talking about the best course of action how to grab & absorb & benefit from the content. A big part of maximizing that benefit is learning how to utilize the FAR AIM book.
& FAR/AIM. Federal Aviation Regulations/Aeronautical Information Manual is probably the most convenient place to start to learn basic rules in aviation. While the AIM does not carry the force of federal law, as the FAR does, it echoes the same information and helps the aviation world update all flight information. The AIM also provides vital updates to navigation charts.
The Aeronautical Information Manual is the FAA’s official guide to basic flight information and Air traffic control (ATC) procedures. The AIM contains the basic aeronautical knowledge information required to fly in the United States National Airspace System. It also contains items of interest to pilots concerning health and medical facts, factors affecting flight safety, basic terms & abbreviations used in the ATC System, and information on safety, accident, and hazard reporting.
The Federal Aviation Regulations are rules prescribed by the Federal Aviation Administration governing all aviation activities in the United States. The FARs are part of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations-CFR.
Let s start with the Aeronautical Information Manual.
- Chapter 1 – Air Navigation:
- Chapter 2 – Aeronautical lighting and other airport visual aids
- Chapter 3 – Airspace (Chapters through 3 to 6 are the official guide to basic flight information and ATC procedures for the aviation community flying in the NAS of the United States.)
- Chapter 4 – Air Traffic Control
- Chapter 5 – Air Traffic Procedures
- Chapter 6 – Emergency Procedures
- Chapter 7 – Safety of Flight
- Chapter 8 – Medical Facts for Pilots
- Chapter 9 – Aeronautical Charts and Related Publications
- Chapter 10 – Helicopter Operations
- Pilot & Controller Glossary.
The AIM contains information of interest to pilots, such as health and medical facts, flight safety, a pilot/controller glossary of terms used in the system, and information on safety, accidents & incidents and reporting of hazards.
You can’t know every answer, you just have to know here to get the answer.
FAR AIM TABS..
Pre-Tabbed FAR AIMs saves you the time and hassle of doing it yourself. Tabs will help you fly. Pre-Tabbed FAR AIMs help you study efficiently, look professional and prepare for success!
Remember: these tabs are a study tool!
TABS/Page Flags will make you more confident to better understand the aviation regulations. FAR AIM TABS are purely intended to assist the student pilots in order to get to know the FAR AIM Regulations and contents of the book.
- Tabs coverr all pilot training stages including Private, Instrument, and Commercial Pilot. It s possible to accomplish all your training from ZERO to HERO, to bookmark/highlight the pertinent sections of FAR/AIM, specifically for those who want to study FAR/AIM to pass the FAA Knowledge, Oral and Practical Tests.
- It is easy to pass PPL/IR/CPL Check ride as long as you study all the parts that will be tabbed.
- Round Red Dot Stickers (Circle Sticky Self-Adhesive Label) will make the important titles apparent and help find the points that will be studied.
- 2022 FAR AIM, Rules and Procedures for Aviators include Parts 1, 43, 48, 61, 67, 68, 71, 73, 91, 97, 103, 105, 107, 110, 117, 119, 135, 136, 137, 141, and 142, NTSB 830, TSA 1552, unabridged Aeronautical Information Manual with full-color graphics, Pilot/Controller Glossary, NASA Aviation Safety Reporting System Form, Pilot’s Bill of Rights, comprehensive FAR/AIM index, and suggested regulation study list for each certificate and rating.
- The TABS were made for beginners in aviation who are working towards achieving their license or rating while getting ready for a checkride. Many flight instructors will tell you that a tabbed FAR/AIM looks great on checkride day to the DPE.