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This is the Kindle Edition of this title. Now includes the new "Remote Pilot" and "Unmanned Aircraft Systems" regulations (drones), 14 CFR Parts 48 and 107! ASA has built a reputation for providing the aviation community with the most accurate and reliable FAR/AIM products available. The 2017 FAR/AIM book continues this tradition, containing complete and up-to-date informati This is the Kindle Edition of this title. Now includes the new "Remote Pilot" and "Unmanned Aircraft Systems" regulations (drones), 14 CFR Parts 48 and 107! ASA has built a reputation for providing the aviation community with the most accurate and reliable FAR/AIM products available. The 2017 FAR/AIM book continues this tradition, containing complete and up-to-date information from Titles 14 and 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 and 49 CFR) pertinent to General Aviation, Sport Pilots and Flight Instructors, combined with the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), and a free email subscription service for you to receive updated information as it is released by the FAA. Convenient handbook-sized 6" x 9" format; see backcover copy and table of contents for more details. ASA's FAR/AIM series has been the standard for printed reference books containing the aviation industry's regulations for more than 30 years. ASA consolidates the FAA regulations and procedures into easy-to-use reference manuals full of information pertinent to pilots, flight crew, and aviation maintenance technicians.


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This is the Kindle Edition of this title. Now includes the new "Remote Pilot" and "Unmanned Aircraft Systems" regulations (drones), 14 CFR Parts 48 and 107! ASA has built a reputation for providing the aviation community with the most accurate and reliable FAR/AIM products available. The 2017 FAR/AIM book continues this tradition, containing complete and up-to-date informati This is the Kindle Edition of this title. Now includes the new "Remote Pilot" and "Unmanned Aircraft Systems" regulations (drones), 14 CFR Parts 48 and 107! ASA has built a reputation for providing the aviation community with the most accurate and reliable FAR/AIM products available. The 2017 FAR/AIM book continues this tradition, containing complete and up-to-date information from Titles 14 and 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 and 49 CFR) pertinent to General Aviation, Sport Pilots and Flight Instructors, combined with the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), and a free email subscription service for you to receive updated information as it is released by the FAA. Convenient handbook-sized 6" x 9" format; see backcover copy and table of contents for more details. ASA's FAR/AIM series has been the standard for printed reference books containing the aviation industry's regulations for more than 30 years. ASA consolidates the FAA regulations and procedures into easy-to-use reference manuals full of information pertinent to pilots, flight crew, and aviation maintenance technicians.

30 review for FAR/AIM 2017 (Kindle Edition): Federal Aviation Regulations / Aeronautical Information Manual (FAR/AIM series)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Stefany GG

    Must read for any aviation enthusiast and professional. And by "must" I mean seriously, it's a requirement. Must read for any aviation enthusiast and professional. And by "must" I mean seriously, it's a requirement.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bobby

    Whoever wrote the description for this book on goodreads is on crack. Granted, it's not a novel but a reference book. Unfornately it's nearly impenetrable for anyone but seasoned veterens. It's written entirely in legal jargon rather than plain english, and the system by which it's indexed is non-standard and arbitrary. Whoever wrote the description for this book on goodreads is on crack. Granted, it's not a novel but a reference book. Unfornately it's nearly impenetrable for anyone but seasoned veterens. It's written entirely in legal jargon rather than plain english, and the system by which it's indexed is non-standard and arbitrary.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Adrika

    I love the FAR AIM. Everything is very systematically written, in a language that's easy to understand. Rules and law never felt easier. The Indian DGCA must learn a thing or two from the FAA and develop a book a precise and easy to read as the FAR AIM. Very user friendly. I love the FAR AIM. Everything is very systematically written, in a language that's easy to understand. Rules and law never felt easier. The Indian DGCA must learn a thing or two from the FAA and develop a book a precise and easy to read as the FAR AIM. Very user friendly.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    While I had a lot of time at work, I opened this book every chance I got and read it. It was educational and definately a must-read for us aviation professionals.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Storm Bear Williams

    Ok... it is necessary for work, but a total snoozer.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Greg Jenkins

    If you are into federal regulations for aviation, this is the book for you. This book helped me get my pilots license so I'm a big fan of it. If you are into federal regulations for aviation, this is the book for you. This book helped me get my pilots license so I'm a big fan of it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Timber

    Completely dry legalese, but fairly easy to find answers to questions.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nicolas A.

    Clear and simple language on a complicated matter, concise, good index and content tables for references.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Brian Best

    When it comes to regulations, the FAA can hold it's own with anyone. When it comes to regulations, the FAA can hold it's own with anyone.

  10. 5 out of 5

    AJ

    This isn't really a book that you read, although if you're a pilot, you sure as hell better be familiar with the stuff that applies to you in the FAR section, because it's the law. The FAR/AIM consists of two sections, the FAR (Federal Aviation Regulations) which is the legal framework within which pilots operate within the National Airspace System in the US. This version contains those laws most pertinent to pilots (there are other versions of this book for maintenance workers and flight crew). This isn't really a book that you read, although if you're a pilot, you sure as hell better be familiar with the stuff that applies to you in the FAR section, because it's the law. The FAR/AIM consists of two sections, the FAR (Federal Aviation Regulations) which is the legal framework within which pilots operate within the National Airspace System in the US. This version contains those laws most pertinent to pilots (there are other versions of this book for maintenance workers and flight crew). If you've passed an FAA knowledge test, chances are good that you know a lot of the stuff that's in here, whether or not you've read/skimmed it. I recommend at least skimming all of the sections that are pertinent to your type of aircraft and flight rules. The second half of this book is the AIM (Aeronautical Information Manual). It's not the law, so you're not legally bound by this section of the book, but on the flip side, it's not the law, so it's actually easy to read. Tons of information is packed inside of the AIM, including things like airport markings, traffic patterns, communicating with ATC, navigation aids, etc. Some of the information herein can be found in more detail in other sources (advisory circulars, Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge), but this at least gives you a high-level view of important topics. Every pilot should own a copy of this book. It is updated every year to reflect new regulatory changes. Buy a copy, highlight and bookmark the pertinent sections, and be aware of revisions by checking the FAR/AIM online at the FAA's website.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Smellsofbikes

    It's not interesting, but it's sure comprehensive, all 1100 pages of it. I noticed this time that one of the drawings of take-off into high terrain (aka how-to-not-smash-into-mountain) has a mountain with a bunch of outsize Bullwinkle Moose characters drawn on it right in the path of the plane, which I thought was pretty funny. It's not interesting, but it's sure comprehensive, all 1100 pages of it. I noticed this time that one of the drawings of take-off into high terrain (aka how-to-not-smash-into-mountain) has a mountain with a bunch of outsize Bullwinkle Moose characters drawn on it right in the path of the plane, which I thought was pretty funny.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Paul Belanger

    Um, yeah, what can I really say about this reference material? If you are a pilot and have never read the AIM all the way through, then you should. There's a lot of material in here and everyone can learn something. Um, yeah, what can I really say about this reference material? If you are a pilot and have never read the AIM all the way through, then you should. There's a lot of material in here and everyone can learn something.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Matt Hammer

    I'm not sure why this book gets so much hate. Yes, it's reference material and not a novel. Yes, it's pretty dry. But the information it contains is quite clear and invaluable to those of us lucky enough to fly airplanes. I'm not sure why this book gets so much hate. Yes, it's reference material and not a novel. Yes, it's pretty dry. But the information it contains is quite clear and invaluable to those of us lucky enough to fly airplanes.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Gary

    I actually have a much older version '90 I think. I actually have a much older version '90 I think.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kirk

    This is the most exciting book I've ever read!!! EVERYONE SHOULD READ IT!!!! This is the most exciting book I've ever read!!! EVERYONE SHOULD READ IT!!!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    John Peterson

    Not interesting at all. Very dry... Flying regulations can put you right to sleep... ;-)

  17. 5 out of 5

    Justin Bowen

    The FAR is necessary, but quite boring. The AIM section is actually good to read through and has some important info for all pilots.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Cover to cover. For Piper Cherokee and further knowledge. I appreciate sop's and protocol. Wish I could afford flight time. Cover to cover. For Piper Cherokee and further knowledge. I appreciate sop's and protocol. Wish I could afford flight time.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kyle

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tom

  21. 4 out of 5

    JK

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jesse

  23. 5 out of 5

    S A

  24. 5 out of 5

    Parker Dotson

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kristen Torzon

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ks

  27. 5 out of 5

    Tom Hahne

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ricardo

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ken Tischler

  30. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

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