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Federal Aviation Regulations
Aeronautical Information Manual

FAR/AIM, 2000 Edition
592 pages

    The purpose of the FAR/AIM is to consolidate the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) and the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) into one easy-to-use reference book.

    Most books create additional work for the user. In contrast, this FAR/AIM SIMPLIFIES and FACILITATES your effort. The text format, bigger + darker type, indentations, two-column structure, and spacing are designed to make it easier to read, learn, and understand. A comprehensive FAR index in front of the book and AIM index at the back of the book, make it easier to find pertinent portions of the FARs and/or AIM than do government indexes.

    Since FAR/AIM is a direct reprint of FAA publications, some FAA cross references are to sections and areas which have been superceded or modified. Please understand that these inconsistencies are FAA, not Gleim, related.

    Also, note that most Special Federal Regulations (SFAR) and other items (such as docket numbers) have been removed to make this reference book more practical and easy to use. The AIM portion of this book contains the FAA's paragraph numbering system, but the page number is sequential to simplify your use of the index.

FAR/AIM Reprint -- Table of Contents

FAR Index
Part 1: Definitions and abbreviations
Part 43: Maintenance, preventive maintenance, rebuilding, and alteration
Part 61: Certification: Pilots, flight instructors, and ground instructors
Part 67: Medical standards and certification
Part 71: Designation of Class A, Class B, Class C, Class D, and Class E airspace areas; airways; routes; and reporting points
Part 73: Special use airspace
Part 91: General operating and flight rules
Part 97: Standard instrument approach procedures
Part 103: Ultralight vehicles
Part 105: Parachute jumping
Part 119: Certification: Air carriers and commercial operators
*Part 121: Appendix I: Drug Testing Program
Appendix J: Alcohol Misuse Prevention Program
Part 135: Operating requirements: Commuter and on-demand operations
Part 137: Agricultural aircraft operations
Part 141: Pilot schools
Part 142: Training centers
NTSB 830

Chapter 1: Navigation aids AIM Color Figures
Chapter 2: Aeronautical lighting and other airport visual aids
Chapter 3: Airspace
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

Pilot/Controller Glossary
AIM Index

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