Pilots, flight crew, and aviation maintenance technicians are required to keep current with the latest civil aviation directives from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). This series presents the pertinent information gathered from the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) and the full Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), Flight Crew (FC), or Aviation Maintenance Technicians (AMT) combined into one easy-to-use reference. All regulations that have changed since the last release are precisely marked and indexed to provide a clear listing of subject matter and to refer pilots and staff to the correct paragraph or regulation number. The FAR sections are reproduced in reset type for easier reading, and the AIM features detailed, full-colour graphics. In addition, a suggested study list of regulations and AIM paragraphs is provided, along with a helpful list of FAA, National Transportation Safety Board, National Ocean Service, and Flight Standards District Office addresses and telephone numbers.All operating limitations affected by an alteration should be appropriately revised. Sometimes limitations are in the form of flight manual supplements, instrument range markings, placards, ... to the FAA Form 337 for details, such as: aquot;Installed STOL kit in accordance with STC SA 940 CE drawing number 5084 dated April 24, anbsp;...
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