Plane Sense: General Aviation Information
Publisher: Federal Aviation Administration 2008
Number of pages: 100
This handbook is a valuable reference tool for reviewing the nuts and bolts of general aviation, outlining the rules, regulations, and practical aspects of owning and operating a private aircraft. This full-color manual covers subjects such as aircraft owner responsibilities, obtaining FAA publications and records, buying an aircraft, special flight permits, light-sport aircraft, aircraft maintenance, maintenance records, airworthiness directives, and the service difficulty program.
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