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Federal Aviation Regulations

The FAR AIM includes the most pertinent sections for pilots and aviation industry professionals of Title 14 and 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations (FAR) and the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) procedures with full illustrations. Also includes the full Pilot/Controller Glossary. You'll get all sections in paper publication plus others they don't include. And all our aviation products stay up to date for a full year.

This publication makes pilot regulations readily accessible to eBook readers. Full navigation is provided using your reader's Table of Contents (choose Go To from Kindle menu) along with additional links to help navigate contents.

The FAA recently published a new AIM update and revised Title 49 of the FAR.  Paper copies are out of date almost as soon as they are printed. Traditional print versions of the 2014 FAR/AIM now have had scheduled updates to all sections. Go electronic and stay current. This edition will continue to be updated as changes are made to provide free updates throughout the year.

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Pilot Training KitsI prefer to use the Federal Aviation materials in training, as they are the source material for all of the core knowledge required to pass the written, oral and flight tests.  I studied these materials in detail during my training for all my ratings. The knowledge that I gained was the single largest factor in allowing me to fly safely in general aviation aircraft, in all kinds of weather. 

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