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Aviation Law For Pilots
Aviation Law For Pilots
Aviation Law For Pilots
Aviation Law For Pilots

Aviation Law For Pilots


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Aviation law, with its associated flight rules and procedures, has always been a difficult subject for students and this well established text has provided an authoritative guide to the subject. With the gradual introduction of the new Joint Airworthiness Requirements Flight Crew Licensing (JAR-FCL) syllabuses, this book should prove a useful source of the basic aviation law information, dealing as it does with the present UK law and the variations being introduced with the new JAR related legislation.

The book should be more than adequate for the present UK examinations and should form a useful starting point for understanding the new legislation. For those concerned with operating or flying aircraft and needing a quick answer to what the latest law is requiring, it should prove an invaluable reference book which can easily be accessed by using the extensive index. The opportunity has been taken to simplify presentation of information, with more checklists to aid revision work. Tests are included which are cross referenced to the pages containing the relevant text.


International and UK Air Law; Airspace Divisions; Visual Flight Rules and Instrument Flight Rules; Altimeter Setting Procedures: Aeronautical Information Service; Aerodromes - General; Flight Separation, Flight Planning, Carriage of Radio Equipment; Flight at Aerodromes; Flight in Other Types of Airspace; Use of Radar in Air Traffic Services; Airspace Restrictions, AIRPROX Procedures, Low Level Rules; Meteorology; Communications; Search and Rescue; Entry, Transit and Departure of Aircraft; Aircraft Registration and Airworthiness; Flight Personnel; Operation of Aircraft; Documents; Rules of the Air; Incidents, Accidents and Interceptions

The authors

After leaving the RAF where he was on the test and development staff of the Empire Air Navigation School at Shawbury, Tony Palmer has spent all his working life teaching civil aviation navigation subjects both in the United Kingdom and abroad. He was attached to the College of Air Training, Hamble, where he was eventually Head of Ground Training. He worked closely with the late Roy Underdown, former principle of the College of Air Training and previous authors of this and other books in the Ground Studies For Pilots Series. Tony Palmer is still actively engaged in teaching as the Director of Training with Airline Training Associates Ltd.

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