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Features April 2016 Issue

IFR Resources

IFR Resources

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.

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