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NAPPF
Aeronautical Information Manual
 

Below are links to sections of the AIM that may be of interest to the Ultralight Pilots and Sport Pilots.

Full Table of Contents

Explanation
of Changes

Explanation of Changes

Preface

Subscription Information, Comments/Corrections Form, Publication Schedule, General Information

Chapter 1

Navigation Aids

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

Chapter 10

Helicopter Operations

Appendices

Bird/Other Wildlife Strike Report, Volcanic Activity Reporting Form, Abbreviations/Acronyms

Selected Topics

Chapter 2. Aeronautical Lighting and Other Airport Visual Aids
2-1-2    Visual Glideslope Indicators  
2-3-1   General
2-3-8   Mandatory Instruction Signs
2-3-2   Airport Pavement Markings
2-3-9   Location Signs
2-3-3   Runway Markings
2-3-10 Direction Signs
2-3-4   Taxiway Markings
2-3-11 Destination Signs
2-3-5   Holding Position Markings
2-3-12 Information Signs
2-3-6   Other Markings
2-3-13 Runway Distance Remaining Signs
2-3-7   Airport Signs
2-3-14 Aircraft Arresting Devices

Chapter 3. Airspace
Section 1. General
3-1-4   Basic VFR Weather Minimums
Section 2. Controlled Airspace
3-2-1   General
3-2-4   Class C Airspace
3-2-2   Class A Airspace
3-2-5   Class D Airspace
3-2-3   Class B Airspace
3-2-6   Class E Airspace
Section 3. Class G Airspace
3-3-1   General
3-3-2   VFR Requirements
Section 4. Special Use Airspace
3-4-1   General
3-4-5   Military Operations Areas
3-4-2   Prohibited Areas
3-4-6   Alert Areas
3-4-3   Restricted Areas
3-4-7   Controlled Firing Areas
3-4-4   Warning Areas
Section 5. Other Airspace Areas
3-5-2   Military Training Routes
3-5-3   Temporary Flight Restrictions
3-5-7   National Security Areas
3-5-4   Parachute Jump Aircraft Operations

Chapter 4. Air Traffic Control
4-1-2   Control Towers
4-1-13 Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS)
4-1-3   Flight Service Stations
4-1-9   Traffic Advisory Practices at Airports Without Operating Control Towers
4-1-11 Designated UNICOM/MULTICOM Frequencies
4-1-22 Requests for Waivers and Authorizations from Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR)
Section 2. Radio Communications Phraseology and Techniques
4-2-1   General
4-2-8   Figures
4-2-2   Radio Technique
4-2-9   Altitudes and Flight Levels
4-2-3   Contact Procedures
4-2-10 Directions
4-2-4   Aircraft Call Signs
4-2-11 Speeds
4-2-5   Description of Interchange or Leased Aircraft
4-2-12 Time
4-2-6   Ground Station Call Signs
4-2-13 Communications with Tower when Aircraft Transmitter or Receiver or Both are Inoperative
4-2-7   Phonetic Alphabet
4-2-14 Communications for VFR Flights

Chapter 7. Safety of Flight
Section 1. Meteorology
           
Lots
Section 3. Wake Turbulence
7-3-1   General
7-3-6   Vortex Avoidance Procedures
7-3-2   Vortex Generation
7-3-7   Helicopters
7-3-3   Vortex Strength
7-3-8   Pilot Responsibility
7-3-4   Vortex Behavior
7-3-9   Air Traffic Wake Turbulence Separations
7-3-5   Operations Problem Areas
Section 6. Safety, Accident, and Hazard Reports
7-6-1   Aviation Safety Reporting Program
7-6-2   Aircraft Accident and Incident Reporting
 
Chapter 8
. Medical Facts for Pilots
8-1-1   Fitness For Flight
8-1-5   Illusions in Flight
8-1-2   Effects of Altitude
8-1-6   Vision in Flight
8-1-3   Hyperventilation in Flight
8-1-7   Aerobatic Flight
8-1-4   Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Flight
8-1-8   Judgment Aspects of Collision Avoidance



 

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