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2012 Jeppesen FAR/AIM

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This book includes the exact and complete text of FAR parts 1, 3, 43, 61, 67, 71, 73, 91, 97, 103, 105, 119, 135, 136, 137, 141, 142, 49 CFR 830, 1552, and 1562. Includes all AIM and pilot/controller glossary with color graphics FAR Exercises with answers are included to reinforce and test you knowledge of the Aviation regulations covered in this book for Private, Instrument, Commercial, & Sport Pilot. TABLE OF CONTENTS The FAR section includes: 1-Definitions and abbreviations 3-General Requirements 43-Maintenance, rebuilding, and alterations 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 119-Certification of air carriers and commercial operations 135-Commuter and charter operations 137-Agricultural aircraft operations 141-Pilot schools 142-Training centers 830-Reporting of aircraft accidents and preservation of wreckage The AIM section includes: 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 & other medical factors 31-Charts and related publications 32-Pilot/controller glossary

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