Aeronautical Information Manual

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The Transport Canada Aeronautical Information Manual (TC-AIM) has been developed to consolidate pre-flight reference information of a lasting nature into a single primary document.

It provides flight crews with a single source for information concerning rules of the air and procedures for aircraft operation in Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) of interest to pilots. This publication replaces AIP Canada (TP 2300E) but will only be published twice a year in April and October.

This publication is published twice per year in April and October.

2019 -1 Edition.

The current book is valid March 28, 2019 to October 28, 2019.



1 review for Aeronautical Information Manual

  1. Ntandoyenkosi

    James,Most people think Ground scohol is to pass the FAA knowledge test. Nothing is further from the truth. Passing the FAA knowledge tests is pretty simple, they give you the questions and answers, you go through and learn it. No brainer. Typically it is the flight instructors that need to integrate ground lessons into their flight instruction.However, some want a dedicated ground scohol and if there are anough people who want to do it great. Depends if you are in a populated area or not. Also depends on where you are located and the demand.

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