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The FAR/AIM for Remote Pilots

Discussion in 'Rules and Regulations' started by ASA2FLY, Oct 13, 2016.

  1. ASA2FLY

    Approved Vendor

    Oct 7, 2016
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    Newcastle, WA
    If you are looking for a resource for Parts 107, 48, and other regulations and information for Remote Pilots and Drone Operations, it can all be found in the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) and Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), or what manned aircraft pilots intimately refer to as the FAR/AIM. For decades, the ASA FAR/AIM has been the pilot's go to resource for FAA regulations (FAR) and procedures (AIM) and now incorporates Parts 107 and 48 specifically for UAS operations in the National Airspace System. While these parts make up just a few pages of this rather large book, additional important regulation and aeronautical information relating to airspace, airport operations, ATC communications and more can be found within it. Ask any pilot what the FAR/AIM is and most will tell you it's a necessity for pilots of any aircraft.

    If you are working on obtaining, or plan to pursue your remote pilot certification, you should have this book. If you prefer digital technology, consider the eBook or the App for both Android and iOS. We also provide FREE updates and notification services when the FAA makes changes. For more information on the FAR/AIM visit www.asa2fly.com/faraim
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