With its 2023 edition of the FAR/AIM manual, Gleim delivers the latest updates to the regulations and operating standards most relevant to general aviation pilots. Whereas most other FAR/AIM publications are thick, heavy volumes, Gleim designed its 9″ x 7″ version to be a lighter, more user-friendly reference. Gleim also uses a larger font and bolder typeface, as well as easy-to-follow indentations, to make navigating the publication easier for users. Also includes NTSB 830 and TSA Parts 1540, 1550, and 1552. A no-go item no pilot should be without.
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 introducing what AIM Includes.
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.
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