Features April 2016 Issue
Many readers rely on us as an authoritative reference, either directly or via our articles. Perhaps it’s time we covered some FAA references we use. There’s a lot of good stuff out there.
Most of us have a shelf of books chronicling our flying. There are the books we used to learn to fly, obtain instrument and type ratings, and bundles of magazines. In there is probably a dog-eared copy of the Airplane Flying Handbook, and perhaps a few others in the FAA’s long-running series of manuals. If you haven’t used them, or if it has been a while, it’s worth and a fresh look—especially now that they’re available online directly from the FAA.