AIM

4/3/14

INDEX

[References are to page numbers]

A

Accident, Aircraft, Reporting, 7-6-1

Accident Cause Factors, 7-5-1

Adherence to Clearance, 4-4-5

ADIZ. See Air Defense Identification Zones

ADS-B. See Automatic Dependent Broadcast Services

ADS-R. See Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Rebroadcast

Advisories

Braking Action, 4-3-11

Inflight Aviation Weather, 7-1-9

Minimum Fuel, 5-5-6

Runway Friction, 4-3-11

Traffic, 5-5-4

Aerobatic Flight, 8-1-8

Aerodrome Forecast (TAF), 7-1-70, 7-1-71

Aeronautical

Charts, 9-1-1

Publications, 9-1-1

Aeronautical Light Beacons, 2-2-1

AFIS. See Automatic Flight Information Service

AHRS. See Attitude Heading Reference System

Air Ambulance Flights, 4-2-4

Air Defense Identification Zone, Land-Based, 5-6-1

Air Defense Identification Zones, 5-6-1, 5-6-8

Air Route Surveillance Radar, 4-5-7

Air Route Traffic Control Centers, 4-1-1

Air Traffic Control

Aircraft Separation, 4-4-1

Clearances, 4-4-1

Pilot Services, 4-1-1

Air Route Traffic Control Centers, 4-1-1

Airport Reservations, 4-1-21

Approach Control Service, Arriving VFR Aircraft, 4-1-2

Automatic Terminal Information Service, 4-1-7

Communications, Release of IFR Aircraft, Airports without Operating Control Tower, 4-1-1

Control Towers, 4-1-1

Flight Service Stations, 4-1-1

Ground Vehicle Operations, 4-1-6

Hazardous Area Reporting Service, 4-1-18

IFR Approaches, 4-1-6

Operation Raincheck, 4-1-2

Operation Take-off, 4-1-2

Radar Assistance to VFR Aircraft, 4-1-11

Radar Traffic Information Service, 4-1-8

Recording and Monitoring, 4-1-1

Safety Alert, 4-1-10

Terminal Radar Services for VFR Aircraft, 4-1-12

Tower En Route Control, 4-1-14

Traffic Advisory Practices, Airports Without Operating Control Towers, 4-1-2

Transponder Operation, 4-1-15

Unicom, Use for ATC Purposes, 4-1-7

Unicom/Multicom, 4-1-6

Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System, 4-1-15, 4-5-2

Aircraft

Arresting Devices, 2-3-30

Call Signs, 4-2-3

Lights, Use in Airport Operations, 4-3-23

Unmanned, 7-5-2

VFR, Emergency Radar Service, 6-2-1

Aircraft Conflict Alert, 4-1-11

Airport

Aids, Marking, 2-3-1

Holding Position, 2-3-12

Pavement, 2-3-1

Holding Position, 2-3-1

Other, 2-3-1

Runway, 2-3-1

Taxiway, 2-3-1

Airport Advisory/Information Services, 3-5-1

Lighting Aids, 2-1-1

Local Airport Advisory (LAA), 4-1-3

Operations, 4-3-1

Communications, 4-3-16

Exiting the Runway, After Landing, 4-3-21

Flight Check Aircraft, In Terminal Areas, 4-3-24

Flight Inspection, 4-3-24

Gate Holding, Departure Delays, 4-3-17

Intersection Takeoffs, 4-3-12

Low Approach, 4-3-15

Low Level Wind Shear/Microburst Detection Systems, 4-3-11

Option Approach, 4-3-23

Signals, Hand, 4-3-24

Taxi During Low Visibility, 4-3-20

Traffic Control Light Signals, 4-3-15

Traffic Patterns, 4-3-1, 4-3-2

Use of Aircraft Lights, 4-3-23

Use of Runways, 4-3-6

VFR Flights in Terminal Areas, 4-3-17

VFR Helicopter at Controlled Airports, 4-3-17

With Operating Control Tower, 4-3-1

Without Operating Control Tower, 4-3-5

Remote Airport Advisory (RAA), 3-5-1, 4-1-4

Remote Airport Information Service (RAIS), 3-5-1, 4-1-4

Signs, 2-3-1, 2-3-19

Destination, 2-3-28

Direction, 2-3-25

Information, 2-3-29

Location, 2-3-23

Mandatory Instruction, 2-3-20

Runway Distance Remaining, 2-3-29

Airport Reservations, 4-1-21

Airport Surface Detection Equipment - Model X, 4-5-7

Airport Surveillance Radar, 4-5-7

Airspace, 3-1-1

Basic VFR Weather Minimums, 3-1-1

Class D, 3-2-8

Class E, 3-2-9

Class G, 3-3-1

Controlled, 3-2-1

Advisories, Traffic, 3-2-1

Alerts, Safety, 3-2-1

Class A, 3-2-2

Class B, 3-2-2

Class C, 3-2-4

IFR Requirements, 3-2-1

IFR Separation, 3-2-1

Parachute Jumps, 3-2-2

Ultralight Vehicles, 3-2-2

Unmanned Free Balloons, 3-2-2

VFR Requirements, 3-2-1

Flight Levels, 3-1-2

General Dimensions, Segments, 3-1-1

Military Training Routes, 3-5-1

Other Areas, 3-5-1

Parachute Jumping, 3-5-5

Special Use, 3-4-1

Temporary Flight Restrictions, 3-5-2

Terminal Radar Service Areas, 3-5-9

VFR Cruising Altitudes, 3-1-2

VFR Routes, Published, 3-5-5

Class B Airspace, VFR Transition Routes, 3-5-7

VFR Corridors, 3-5-7

VFR Flyways, 3-5-5

Airway, 5-3-5

Airways, Course Changes, 5-3-7

Alcohol, 8-1-1

Alert, Safety, 4-1-10, 5-5-3

Alert Areas, 3-4-2

Alignment of Elements Approach Slope Indicator, 2-1-5

Alphabet, Phonetic, 4-2-5

ALS. See Approach Light Systems

Altimeter

Density Altitude, 7-5-4

Errors, 7-2-3

Setting, 7-2-1

High Barometric Pressure, 7-2-4

Low Barometric Pressure, 7-2-4

Altitude

Automatic Reporting, 4-1-15

Effects, 8-1-3

Hypoxia, 8-1-3

High Altitude Destinations, 5-1-27

Mandatory, 5-4-6

Maximum, 5-4-6

Minimum, 5-4-6

Ambulance, Air, 4-2-4

Amended Clearances, 4-4-2

Approach

Advance Information, Instrument Approach, 5-4-3

Approach Control, 5-4-2

Clearance, 5-4-25

Contact, 5-4-59, 5-5-2

Direction Finding, Emergency, 6-2-1

Instrument, 5-5-2

Instrument Approach Procedure, Charts, 5-4-4

Instrument Approach Procedures, 5-4-26

Low, 4-3-15

Minimums, 5-4-49

Missed, 5-4-52, 5-5-2

No-Gyro, 5-4-35

Option, 4-3-23

Overhead Approach Maneuver, 5-4-59

Precision, 5-4-34

Surveillance, 5-4-34

Visual, 5-4-57, 5-5-5

Approach Control Service, VFR Arriving Aircraft, 4-1-2

Approach Light Systems, 2-1-1

Approaches

IFR, 4-1-6

Parallel Runways, ILS/MLS, 5-4-36

Radar, 5-4-34

Timed, 5-4-31

Area Navigation (RNAV), 1-2-1, 5-1-15, 5-3-6, 5-5-7

Area Navigation (RNAV) Routes, 5-3-6

Area Navigation (RNAV) Standard Terminal Arrival (STAR), 5-4-1

ARFF (Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting) Emergency Hand Signals, 6-5-1

ARFF (Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting) Radio Call Sign, 6-5-1

Arresting Devices, Aircraft, 2-3-30

ARSR. See Air Route Surveillance Radar

ARTCC. See Air Route Traffic Control Centers

ASDE-X. See Airport Surface Detection Equipment-Model X

Ash, Volcanic, 7-5-7

ASOS. See Automated Surface Observing System

ASR. See Airport Surveillance Radar; Surveillance Approach

ATCRBS. See Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System

ATCT. See Control Towers

ATIS. See Automatic Terminal Information Service

Attitude Heading Reference System (AHRS), 1-1-19

Authority, Statutory, 1-1-1

Automated Surface Observing System (ASOS), 4-3-28, 7-1-29

Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS), 4-3-28, 7-1-27

Automated Weather Sensor System (AWSS), 4-3-28

Automated Weather Sensor System (AWSS), 7-1-29

Automatic Altitude Reporting, 4-1-15

Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast Services, 4-5-14

Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Rebroadcast, 4-5-20

Automatic Flight Information Service (AFIS) - Alaska FSSs Only, 4-1-8

Automatic Terminal Information Service, 4-1-7

AWOS. See Automated Weather Observing System

B

Balloons, Unmanned, 7-5-2

Free, 3-2-2

Beacon

Aeronautical Light, 2-2-1

Code, 2-2-1

Marker, 1-1-10

Nondirectional Radio, 1-1-1

Beacons, Airport/Heliport, 2-1-14

Bird

Bird Strike

Reduction, 7-4-1

Reporting, 7-4-1

Hazards, 7-4-1

Migratory, 7-4-1

Bird/Other Wildlife Strike Reporting, Form. See Appendix 1

Block Island Reporting Service, 4-1-19

Braking Action Advisories, 4-3-11

Braking Action Reports, 4-3-11

Briefing, Preflight, 7-1-6

C

Call Signs

Aircraft, 4-2-3

Ground Station, 4-2-4

Cape Code Radar Overwater Flight Following, 4-1-19

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, 8-1-5

CAT. See Clear Air Turbulence

CDR. See Coded Depature Route

Changeover Points, 5-3-8

Charted Visual Flight Procedures, 5-4-58

Charts, Aeronautical, 9-1-1

Class A Airspace, 3-2-2

Definition, 3-2-2

Operating Rules, 3-2-2

Pilot/Equipment Requirements, 3-2-2

Class B Airspace, 3-2-2

ATC Clearances, 3-2-3

Definition, 3-2-2

Flight Procedures, 3-2-3

Mode C Veil, 3-2-3

Operating Rules, 3-2-2

Pilot/Equipment Requirements, VFR Operations, 3-2-2

Proximity Operations, 3-2-4

Separation, 3-2-3

VFR Transition Routes, 3-5-7

Class C Airspace, 3-2-4

Air Traffic Services, 3-2-5

Aircraft Separation, 3-2-5

Definition, 3-2-4

Operating Rules, 3-2-4

Outer Area, 3-2-5

Pilot/Equipment Requirements, 3-2-4

Secondary Airports, 3-2-6

Class D Airspace, 3-2-8

Definition, 3-2-8

Operating Rules, 3-2-8

Pilot/Equipment Requirements, 3-2-8

Separation for VFR Aircraft, 3-2-8

Class E Airspace, 3-2-9

Definition, 3-2-9

Operating Rules, 3-2-9

Pilot/Equipment Requirements, 3-2-9

Separation for VFR Aircraft, 3-2-9

Types, 3-2-9

Vertical Limits, 3-2-9

Class G Airspace, 3-3-1

IFR Requirements, 3-3-1

VFR Requirements, 3-3-1

Clear Air Turbulence, 7-1-49

Clearance

Abbreviated IFR Departure, 5-2-2

Adherence, 4-4-5

Air Traffic, 5-5-1

Air Traffic Control, 4-4-1

Amended, 4-4-2

Approach, 5-4-25

IFR, VFR-on-Top, 4-4-4

IFR Flights, 4-4-5

Issuance, Pilot Responsibility, 4-4-4

Items, 4-4-1

Altitude Data, 4-4-2

Clearance Limit, 4-4-1

Departure Procedure, 4-4-1

Holding Instructions, 4-4-2

Route of Flight, 4-4-1

Pre-Taxi, 5-2-1

Prefix, 4-4-1

Taxi, 5-2-1

VFR Flights, 4-4-5

Void Times, 5-2-4

Clearances, Special VFR Clearances, 4-4-3

Clearing Procedures, Visual, 4-4-10

CNF. See Computer Navigation Fix

Coded Depature Route, 4-4-3

Collision, Avoidance, Judgment, 8-1-8

Communication, Radio

Contact, Reestablishing, 6-4-2

Two-way Failure, 6-4-1

IFR Conditions, 6-4-1

Transponder Usage, 6-4-2

VFR Conditions, 6-4-1

Communications

ARTCC, 5-3-1

Additional Reports, 5-3-4

Position Reporting, 5-3-3

Distress, 6-3-1

Radio, 4-2-1

Phonetic Alphabet, 4-2-5

Release, 4-1-1

Urgency, 6-3-1

Computer Navigation Fix (CNF), 1-1-28

Conflict Alert, Aircraft, 4-1-11

Contact Approach, 5-4-59

Contact Procedures, 4-2-1

Initial Contact, 4-2-1

Control of Lighting Systems, 2-1-11

Control Towers, 4-1-1

Controlled Firing Areas, 3-4-2

Controller, Responsibility, 5-3-8, 5-4-58, 5-5-1

COP. See Changeover Points

CORONA, 7-5-9

Course Lights, 2-2-1

CVFP. See Charted Visual Flight Procedures

D

Decompression Sickness, 8-1-4

Density Altitude, Effects, 7-5-4

Departure, Restrictions, 5-2-4

Departure Control, 5-2-5

Departures, Instrument, 5-5-6

DF. See Direction Finder

Direct User Access Terminal System, 7-1-3

Direction Finder, VHF, 1-1-18

Discrete Emergency Frequency, 6-5-1

Distance Measuring Equipment, 1-1-3, 1-1-10, 5-3-12

Distress, 6-3-1

Ditching Procedures, 6-3-3

DME. See Distance Measuring Equipment

Doppler Radar, 1-1-19

DUATS. See Direct User Access System

E

Ear Block, 8-1-4

EFAS. See En Route Flight Advisory Service

EFVS. See Enhanced Flight Vision Systems

ELT. See Emergency Locator Transmitters

Emergency, 6-1-1

Air Piracy, 6-3-6

Airborne Aircraft Inspection, 7-5-8

Aircraft, Overdue, 6-2-5

Body Signals, 6-2-6

Direction Finding Instrument Approach, 6-2-1

Ditching Procedures, 6-3-3

Explosives Detection, FAA K-9 Team Program, 6-2-4

Fuel Dumping, 6-3-7

Inflight Monitoring and Reporting, 6-2-4

Intercept and Escort, 6-2-2

Locator Transmitters, 6-2-2

Obtaining Assistance, 6-3-2

Pilot Authority, 6-1-1

Pilot Responsibility, 6-1-1

Request Assistance Immediately, 6-1-1

Search and Rescue, 6-2-5

Services, 6-2-1

Radar Service for VFR Aircraft in Difficulty, 6-2-1

Survival Equipment, 6-2-6

Transponder Operation, 6-2-1

VFR Search and Rescue Protection, 6-2-6

Emergency Locator Transmitter, 6-2-2

En Route Flight Advisory Service, 7-1-8

Enhanced Flight Vision Systems, 5-4-55

Escort, 6-2-2

Explosives, FAA K-9 Detection Team Program, 6-2-4

F

FAROS. See Final Approach Runway Occupancy Signal (FAROS)

Final Approach Runway Occupancy Signal (FAROS), 2-1-9

Final Guard, 3-5-1

FIS-B. See Flight Information Service-Broadcast

Fitness, Flight

Alcohol, 8-1-1

Emotion, 8-1-2

Fatigue, 8-1-2

Hypoxia, 8-1-3

Stress, 8-1-2

Flight

Aerobatic, 8-1-8

Fitness, 8-1-1

Illusions, 8-1-5

Over National Forests, 7-4-1

Over National Parks, 7-4-1

Over National Refuges, 7-4-1

Safety, Meteorology, 7-1-1

Vision, 8-1-6

Flight Check Aircraft, 4-3-24

Flight Information Service-Broadcast, 4-5-18

Flight Information Services, 7-1-23

Flight Inspections Aircraft, 4-3-24

Flight Management System, 1-2-3, 5-1-13

Flight Management System Procedures, 5-4-1

Flight Plan

Change, 5-1-29

Proposed Departure Time, 5-1-30

Closing

DVFR, 5-1-30

VFR, 5-1-30

Composite, VFR/IFR, 5-1-11

DVFR Flights, 5-1-10

Explanation of IFR, 5-1-16

Explanation of VFR, 5-1-9

Form 7233-1, 5-1-9, 5-1-17

IFR, Canceling, 5-1-30

IFR Flights, Domestic, 5-1-11

VFR Flights, 5-1-8

Flight Restrictions, Temporary, 3-5-2

Flight Service Stations, 4-1-1

Flights, Outside the United States, 5-1-28

Fly Visual to Airport, 5-4-19

Flying, Mountain, 7-5-3

FMS. See Flight Management System

FMSP. See Flight Management System Procedures

Forms

Bird Strike Incident/Ingestion Report, Appendix 1-1

Volcanic Activity Reporting Form, Appendix 2-1

Frequency, Instrument Landing System, 1-1-11

FSS. See Flight Service Stations

Fuel Dumping, 6-3-7

G

Gate Holding, 4-3-17

GBAS. See Ground Based Augmentation System

Glideslope, Visual Indicators, 2-1-1

Global Navigation Satellite System, 1-1-35, 5-1-13

Global Positioning System, 1-1-19

Database, 1-1-26

Equipment, 1-1-26

GPS Approach Procedures, 1-1-26

GNSS. See Global Navigation Satellite System

GPS. See Global Positioning System

GPS Approach Procedures, 1-1-26

Ground Based Augmentation System (GBAS), 1-1-36

Ground Based Augmentation System (GBAS) Landing System (GLS), 1-1-35

Ground Station, Call Signs, 4-2-4

Ground Vehicle Operations, 4-1-6

Gulf of Mexico Grid System, 10-1-6

H

Half-Way Signs, 7-5-5

Hand Signals, 4-3-24

Hazard

Antenna Tower, 7-5-1

Bird, 7-4-1

Flight

Obstructions to Flight, 7-5-1

Potential, 7-5-1

VFR in Congested Areas, 7-5-1

Ground Icing Conditions, 7-5-12

Mountain Flying, 7-5-3

Overhead Wires, 7-5-2

Thermal Plumes, 7-5-13

Unmanned Balloons, 7-5-2

Volcanic Ash, 7-5-7

Hazardous Area Reporting Service, 4-1-18

HDTA. See High Density Traffic Airports

Helicopter

IFR Operations, 10-1-1

Landing Area Markings, 2-3-19

VFR Operations at Controlled Airports, 4-3-17

Special Operations, 10-2-1

Wake Turbulence, 7-3-6

High Density Traffic Airports, 4-1-21

Hold, For Release, 5-2-4

Holding, 5-3-8

Holding Position Markings, 2-3-1, 2-3-12

for Instrument Landing Systems, 2-3-12

for Taxiway/Taxiway Intersections, 2-3-12

Holding Position Signs, Surface Painted, 2-3-12

Hypoxia, 8-1-3

I

Icing Terms, 7-1-45

IFR, 4-4-4

Operations, To High Altitude Destinations, 5-1-27

Procedures, Use When Operating VFR, 5-1-2

IFR

Approaches, 4-1-6

Military Training Routes, 3-5-2

Separation Standards, 4-4-7

ILS. See Instrument Landing System

In-Runway Lighting, 2-1-6

Taxiway Centerline Lead-off Lights, 2-1-6

Taxiway Centerline Lead-On Lights, 2-1-6

Touchdown Zone Lighting, 2-1-6

Incident, Aircraft, Reporting, 7-6-1

Inertial Navigation System, 1-1-19

Inertial Reference Unit (IRU), 1-1-19, 5-1-13

Initial Contact, 4-2-1

INS. See Internal Navigation System

Instrument Departure Procedures (DP), 5-2-5

Instrument Landing System, 1-1-8

Category, 1-1-11

Compass Locator, 1-1-11

Course, Distortion, 1-1-12

Distance Measuring Equipment, 1-1-10

Frequency, 1-1-11

Glide Path, 1-1-9

Glide Slope, 1-1-9

Critical Area, 1-1-12

Holding Position Markings, 2-3-12

Inoperative Components, 1-1-12

Localizer, 1-1-8

Critical Area, 1-1-12

Locators, Compass, 1-1-8

Marker Beacon, 1-1-10

Minimums, 1-1-11

Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC), 5-2-5

Integrated Terminal Weather System, 4-3-11

Intercept, 6-2-2

Interception

Procedures, 5-6-2

Signals, 5-6-6

Interchange Aircraft, 4-2-4

International Flight Plan, IFR, Domestic, International, 5-1-18

International Flight Plan (FAA Form 7233-4)- IFR Flights (For Domestic or International Flights), 5-1-18

Intersection Takeoffs, 4-3-12

IR. See IFR Military Training Routes

IRU. See Inertial Reference Unit

ITWS. See Integrated Terminal Weather System

K

K-9 Explosives Detection Team, 6-2-4

L

LAHSO. See Land and Hold Short Operations

Land and Hold Short Lights, 2-1-6

Land and Hold Short Operations (LAHSO), 4-3-13

Landing

Minimums, 5-4-49

Priority, 5-4-59

Laser Beam Exposure Questionnaire, Appendix 3-1

Laser Operations, 7-5-10

Law Enforcement Operations

Civil, 5-6-5

Military, 5-6-5

LDA. See Localizer-Type Directional Aid

Leased Aircraft, 4-2-4

Lifeguard, 4-2-4

Light Signals, Traffic Control, 4-3-15

Lighting

Aeronautical Light Beacons, 2-2-1

Aids

Airport, 2-1-1

Approach Light Systems, 2-1-1

Control of Lighting Systems, 2-1-11

In-Runway Lighting, 2-1-6

Pilot Control of Airport Lighting, 2-1-11

Runway End Identifier Lights, 2-1-6

Taxiway Lights, 2-1-15

Airport/Heliport Beacons, 2-1-14

Airport, Radio Control, 4-1-6

Code Beacon, 2-2-1

Course, 2-2-1

Navigation, 2-2-1

Obstruction, 2-2-1

Line Up and Wait , 5-2-1

LLWAS. See Low Level Wind Shear Alert System

Local Airport Advisory (LAA), 3-5-1, 4-1-3

Local Flow Traffic Management Program, 5-4-2

Localizer Performance with Vertical Guidance, 1-1-32

Localizer-Type Directional Aid, 1-1-9

Locator, Compass, 1-1-11

Long Island Sound Reporting Service, 4-1-18

Long Range Navigation, 1-1-18

LORAN. See Long Range Navigation

Low Approach, 4-3-15

Low Level Wind Shear Alert System (LLWAS), 4-3-11, 7-1-53

Low Level Wind Shear/Microburst Detection Systems, 4-3-11

LPV. See Localizer Perfomance with Vertical Guidance

LUAW. See Line Up and Wait

M

MAYDAY, 6-3-1

Medical

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, 8-1-5

Decompression Sickness, 8-1-4

Facts, Pilots, 8-1-1

Flight, Ear Block, 8-1-4

Illness, 8-1-1

Medication, 8-1-1

Sinus Block, 8-1-4

Meteorology, 7-1-1

ATC InFlight Weather Avoidance, 7-1-38

Automated Surface Observing System, 7-1-29

Categorical Outlooks, 7-1-19

Clear Air Turbulence, 7-1-49

Cloud Heights, Reporting, 7-1-42

Direct User Access Terminal System, 7-1-3

Drizzle, Intensity, 7-1-43

En Route Flight Advisory Service, 7-1-8

FAA Weather Services, 7-1-1

ICAO, Weather Formats, 7-1-64

Icing, Airframe, 7-1-44

Inflight Aviation Weather Advisories, 7-1-9

Inflight Weather Broadcasts, 7-1-20

Microbursts, 7-1-49

National Weather Service, Aviation Products, 7-1-1

Pilot Weather Reports, 7-1-43

Precipitation, Intensity, 7-1-42

Preflight Briefing, 7-1-6

Runway Visual Range, 7-1-40

Telephone Information Briefing Service, 7-1-20

Thunderstorms, 7-1-59

Flying, 7-1-60

Transcribed Weather Broadcast, 7-1-20

Turbulence, 7-1-48

Visibility, Reporting, 7-1-42

Weather, Radar Services, 7-1-34

Weather Observing Programs, 7-1-27

Wind Shear, 7-1-49

Microwave Landing System, 1-1-15

Approach Azimuth Guidance, 1-1-15

Data Communications, 1-1-16

Elevation Guidance, 1-1-16

Operational Flexibility, 1-1-17

Range Guidance, 1-1-16

Military NOTAMs, 5-1-4

Military Operations Areas, 3-4-2

Military Training Routes, 3-5-1

IFR, 3-5-2

VFR, 3-5-2

Minimum, Fuel Advisory, 5-5-6

Minimum Safe Altitudes, 5-4-7

Minimum Turning Altitude (MTA), 5-3-8

Minimum Vectoring Altitudes, 5-4-18

Minimums

Approach, 5-4-49

Instrument Landing Systems, 1-1-11

Landing, 5-4-49

Missed Approach, 5-4-52

MLS. See Microwave Landing System

MOA. See Military Operations Areas

Mode C, 4-1-15

Mountain Flying, 7-5-3

Mountain Wave, 7-5-4

Mountainous Areas, 5-6-8

MSA. See Minimum Safe Altitudes

MTA. See Minimum Turning Altitude (MTA)

Multicom, 4-1-6

MVA. See Minimum Vectoring Altitudes

N

National Forests, 7-4-1

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), 5-4-6

National Parks, 7-4-1

National Refuges, 7-4-1

National Security Areas, 3-5-9

National Weather Service, Aviation Products, 7-1-1

NAVAID

Identifier Removal During Maintenance, 1-1-17

Maintenance, 1-1-17

Performance, User Report, 1-1-18

Service Volumes, 1-1-4

with Voice, 1-1-18

Navigation, Aids, 1-1-1

Nondirectional Radio Beacon, 1-1-1

Radio, VHF Omni-directional Range, 1-1-1

Navigation Reference System (NRS), 5-1-16

Navigational

Aids, Radio

Distance Measuring Equipment, 1-1-3

Doppler Radar, 1-1-19

Identifier Removal During Maintenance, 1-1-17

Instrument Landing System, 1-1-8

Localizer-Type Directional Aid, 1-1-9

Long Range Navigation, 1-1-18

Microwave Landing System, 1-1-15

Navaid Service Volumes, 1-1-4

NAVAIDs with Voice, 1-1-18

Performance, User Report, 1-1-18

Simplified Directional Facility, 1-1-12

Tactical Air Navigation, 1-1-3

VHF Direction Finder, 1-1-18

VHF Omni-directional Range/Tactical Air Navigation, 1-1-3

Inertial Navigation System, 1-1-19

NDB. See Nondirectional Radio Beacon

Near Midair Collision, 7-6-2

NGA. See National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

NMAC. See Near Midair Collision

Nondirectional Radio Beacon, 1-1-1

Nonmovement Area Boundary Markings, 2-3-18

NOTAM. See Notice to Airmen

Notice to Airmen, 5-1-2

FDC NOTAM, 5-1-3

NOTAM Contractions, 5-1-4

NOTAM D, 5-1-3

Notice to Airmen System, 5-1-2

O

Obstacle Departure Procedures, 5-2-5

Obstruction Alert, 4-1-10

Operation Raincheck, 4-1-2

Operation Take-off, 4-1-2

Operational Information System (OIS), 5-1-10

Option Approach, 4-3-23

P

P-static, 7-5-9

PAN-PAN, 6-3-1

PAPI. See Precision Approach Path Indicator

PAR. See Precision Approach; Precision Approach Radar

Parachute Jumps, 3-2-2, 3-5-5

Phonetic Alphabet, 4-2-5

Pilot

Authority, 6-1-1

Responsibility, 4-1-14, 4-4-1, 4-4-4, 5-4-58, 5-5-1, 6-1-1, 7-3-6

Pilot Control of Airport Lighting, 2-1-11

Pilot Visits to Air Traffic Facilities, 4-1-1

Pilot Weather Reports, 7-1-43

Piracy, Air, Emergency, 6-3-6

PIREPs. See Pilot Weather Reports

Pointer NOTAMs, 5-1-4

Position Reporting, 5-3-3

Pre-departure Clearance Procedures, 5-2-1

Precipitation Static, 7-5-9

Precision Approach, 5-4-34

Precision Approach Path Indicator, 2-1-4

Precision Approach Radar, 4-5-7

Precision Approach Systems, 1-1-36

Preflight, Preparation, 5-1-1

Priority, Landing, 5-4-59

Procedure Turn, 5-4-28

Limitations, 5-4-31

Procedures

Arrival, 5-4-1

En Route, 5-3-1

Instrument Approach, 5-4-26

Interception, 5-6-2

Prohibited Areas, 3-4-1

Publications, Aeronautical, 9-1-1

Published Instrument Approach Procedure Visual Segment, 5-4-19

Pulsating Visual Approach Slope Indicator, 2-1-5

R

Radar

Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System, 4-5-2

Airport Route Surveillance Radar, 4-5-7

Airport Surveillance Radar, 4-5-7

Approach Control, 5-4-3

Approaches, 5-4-34

Capabilities, 4-5-1

Doppler, 1-1-19

Limitations, 4-5-1

Monitoring of Instrument Approaches, 5-4-35

Precision Approach, 4-5-7

Precision Approach Radar, 4-5-7

Surveillance, 4-5-7

Vector, 5-5-3

Radar Assistance to VFR Aircraft, 4-1-11

Radar Beacon, Phraseology, 4-1-17

Radar Sequencing and Separation, VFR Aircraft, TRSA, 4-1-13

Radar Traffic Information Service, 4-1-8

Radio, Communications, 4-2-1

Altitudes, 4-2-6

Contact Procedures, 4-2-1

Directions, 4-2-6

Inoperative Transmitter, 4-2-7

Phonetic Alphabet, 4-2-5

Receiver Inoperative, 4-2-7

Speeds, 4-2-6

Student Pilots, 4-2-4

Technique, 4-2-1

Time, 4-2-6

Transmitter and Receiver Inoperative, 4-2-7

VFR Flights, 4-2-8

RCLS. See Runway Centerline Lighting

Receiver, VOR, Check, 1-1-2

REIL. See Runway End Identifier Lights

REL. See Runway Entrance Lights

Release Time, 5-2-4

Remote Airport Advisory (RAA), 3-5-1, 4-1-4

Remote Airport Information Service (RAIS), 3-5-1, 4-1-4

Required Navigation Performance (RNP), 1-2-1, 5-4-23

Required Navigation Performance (RNP) Operations, 5-1-30, 5-5-7

Rescue Coordination Center

Air Force, 6-2-5

Alaska, 6-2-5

Coast Guard, 6-2-5

Joint Rescue, Hawaii, 6-2-5

Reservations, Airport, 4-1-21

Responsibility

Controller, 5-3-8, 5-4-58, 5-5-1

Pilot, 4-1-14, 4-4-1, 4-4-4, 5-4-58, 5-5-1, 6-1-1, 7-3-6

Restricted Areas, 3-4-1

Restrictions

Departure, 5-2-4

Flight, Temporary, 3-5-2

RIL. See Runway Intersection Lights (RIL)

RNAV. See Area Navigation

RNP. See Required Navigation Performance

Route

Coded Departure Route, 4-4-3

Course Changes, 5-3-7

Route System, 5-3-5

Runway

Friction Reports, 4-3-11

Aiming Point Markings, 2-3-2

Centerline Markings, 2-3-2

Closed

Lighting, 2-3-18

Marking, 2-3-18

Demarcation Bar, 2-3-4

Designators, 2-3-2

Friction Advisories, 4-3-11

Holding Position Markings, 2-3-12

Markings, 2-3-1

Separation, 4-4-9

Shoulder Markings, 2-3-3

Side Stripe Markings, 2-3-3

Signs, Distance Remaining, 2-3-29

Threshold Bar, 2-3-4

Threshold Markings, 2-3-3

Touchdown Zone Markers, 2-3-2

Runway

Edge Light Systems, 2-1-6

End Identifier Lights, 2-1-6

Entrance Lights, 2-1-7

Centerline Lighting System, 2-1-6

Status Light (RWSL) System, 2-1-7, 2-1-8

Runway Intersection Lights (RIL), 2-1-9

RWSL System, Runway Status Light (RWSL) System. See Runway Status Light (RWSL) System

Runway, Visual Range, 7-1-40

Runways, Use, 4-3-6

RVR. See Runway Visual Range

S

Safety

Alert, 5-5-3

Alerts, 3-2-1

Aircraft Conflict, 3-2-1

Mode C Intruder, 3-2-1

Terrain/Obstruction, 3-2-1

Aviation, Reporting, 7-6-1

Seaplane, 7-5-6

Safety Alert, 4-1-10

Aircraft Conflict Alert, 4-1-11

Obstruction Alert, 4-1-10

Terrain Alert, 4-1-10

SAR. See Search and Rescue

SCAT-I DGPS. See Special Category I Differential GPS

Scuba Diving, Decompression Sickness, 8-1-4

SDF. See Simplified Directional Facility

Seaplane, Safety, 7-5-6

Search and Rescue, 6-2-2, 6-2-5

Security, National, 5-6-1

Security Identification Display Area, 2-3-31

See and Avoid, 5-5-4

Separation

IFR, Standards, 4-4-7

Runway, 4-4-9

Visual, 4-4-9, 5-5-5

Wake Turbulence, 7-3-7

Sequenced flashing lights (SFL), 2-1-11

SFL. See Sequenced flashing lights

SIDA. See Security Identifications Display Area

Side-Step Maneuver, 5-4-49

Signs

Airport, 2-3-1

Half-Way, 7-5-5

Simplified Directional Facility, 1-1-12

Sinus Block, 8-1-4

Special Category I Differential GPS (SCAT-I DGPS), 1-1-36

Special Instrument Approach Procedures, 1-1-36, 5-4-28

Special Traffic Management Programs, 4-1-21

Special Use Airspace, 3-4-1

Alert Areas, 3-4-2

Controlled Firing Areas, 3-4-2

Military Operations Areas, 3-4-2

Prohibited Areas, 3-4-1

Restricted Areas, 3-4-1

Warning Areas, 3-4-1

Special Use Airspace (SUA) NOTAMs, 5-1-4

Special VFR Clearances, 4-4-3

Speed, Adjustments, 4-4-7, 5-5-4

Standard Instrument Departures, 5-2-5

Standard Terminal Arrival, 5-4-1

STAR. See Standard Terminal Arrival

Surface Painted Holding Position Signs, 2-3-12

Surveillance Approach, 5-4-34

Surveillance Radar, 4-5-7

Surveillance Systems, 4-5-1

T

TACAN. See Tactical Air Navigation

Tactical Air Navigation, 1-1-3

TAF. See Aerodrome Forecast

Takeoff Hold Lights (THL), 2-1-8

Takeoffs, Intersection, 4-3-12

Taxi

Clearance, 5-2-1

During Low Visibility, 4-3-20

Taxiway

Centerline Markings, 2-3-7

Closed

Lighting, 2-3-18

Marking, 2-3-18

Edge Markings, 2-3-7

Geographic Position Markings, 2-3-10

Holding Position Markings, 2-3-12

Markings, 2-3-1, 2-3-7

Shoulder Markings, 2-3-7

Surface Painted Direction Signs, 2-3-10

Surface Painted Location Signs, 2-3-10

Taxiway Centerline Lead-Off Lights, 2-1-6

Taxiway Lights, 2-1-15

Centerline, 2-1-15

Clearance Bar, 2-1-15

Edge, 2-1-15

Runway Guard, 2-1-15

Stop Bar, 2-1-15

TCAS. See Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System

TDWR. See Terminal Doppler Weather Radar

TDZL. See Touchdown Zone Lights

TEC. See Tower En Route Control

Telephone Information Briefing Service, 7-1-20

Temporary Flight Restrictions, 3-5-2

Terminal Arrival Area (TAA), 5-4-7

Terminal Doppler Weather Radar (TDWR), 4-3-11, 7-1-54

Terminal Radar Service Areas, 3-5-9

Terminal Radar Services for VFR Aircraft, 4-1-12

Terminal Weather Information For Pilots System (TWIP), 7-1-59

Terrain Alert, 4-1-10

THL. See Takeoff Hold Lights

TIBS. See Telephone Information Briefing Service

Time

Clearance Void, 5-2-4

Release, 5-2-4

TIS. See Traffic Information Service

TIS-B. See Traffic Information Service-Broadcast

TLS. See Transponder Landing System

Touchdown Zone Lights (TDZL), 2-1-6

Tower, Antenna, 7-5-1

Tower En Route Control, 4-1-14

Traffic

Advisories, 5-5-4

Local Flow Traffic Management Program, 5-4-2

Traffic Advisory Practices, Airports Without Operating Control Towers, 4-1-2

Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System, 4-4-10

Traffic Control Light Signals, 4-3-15

Traffic Information Service, 4-5-8

Traffic Information Service (TIS), 4-4-10

Traffic Information Service-Broadcast , 4-5-17

Traffic Patterns, 4-3-2

Transcribed Weather Broadcast, 7-1-20

Transponder Landing System (TLS), 1-1-36

Transponder Operation, 4-1-15

Automatic Altitude Reporting, 4-1-15

Code Changes, 4-1-16

Emergency, 6-2-1

Ident Feature, 4-1-16

Mode C, 4-1-15

Under Visual Flight Rules, 4-1-17

VFR, 4-1-17

Tri-Color Visual Approach Slope Indicator, 2-1-4

TRSA. See Terminal Radar Service Areas

Turbulence, Wake, 7-3-1

Air Traffic Separation, 7-3-7

Helicopters, 7-3-6

Pilot Responsibility, 7-3-6

Vortex Behavior, 7-3-2

Vortex Generation, 7-3-1

Vortex Strength, 7-3-1

TWEB. See Transcribed Weather Broadcast

TWIP. See Terminal Weather Information For Pilots System

U

Ultralight Vehicles, 3-2-2

Unicom, 4-1-6

Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) Reports, 7-6-3

Unmanned Aircraft, 7-5-2

Urgency, 6-3-1

V

VASI. See Visual Approach Slope Indicator

VCOA. See Visual Climb Over the Airport

VDP. See Visual Descent Points

Vector, Radar, 5-5-3

Vehicle Roadway Markings, 2-3-16

Vertical Navigation, 5-1-13

VFR Corridors, 3-5-7

VFR Flights in Terminal Areas, 4-3-17

VFR Flyways, 3-5-5

VFR Military Training Routes, 3-5-2

VFR Transition Routes, 3-5-7

VFR-on-Top, 5-5-6

VHF, Direction Finder, 1-1-18

VHF Omni-directional Range, 1-1-1

VHF Omni-directional Range/Tactical Air Navigation, 1-1-3

Visual

Approach, 5-4-57, 5-5-5

Clearing Procedures, 4-4-10

Glideslope Indicators, 2-1-1

Separation, 4-4-9, 5-5-5

Visual Approach Slope Indicator, 2-1-1

Visual Climb Over the Airport (VCOA), 5-2-8

Visual Descent Points, 5-4-18

Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC), 5-2-5

Visual Segment, 5-4-19

VNAV. See Vertical Navigation

Void Times, Clearance, 5-2-4

Volcanic, Ash, 7-5-7

Volcanic Activity Reporting, Forms. See Appendix 2

VORSee also VHF Omni-directional Range

Receiver Check, 1-1-2

VOR Receiver Checkpoint Markings, 2-3-16

VORTAC. See VHF Omni-directional Range/Tactical Air Navigation

VR. See VFR Military Training Routes

W

Waivers, 4-1-23

Wake, Turbulence, 7-3-1

Warning Areas, 3-4-1

Weather

Deviations in Oceanic Controlled Airspace, 7-1-39

ICAO, Weather Formats, 7-1-64

Weather System Processor (WSP), 4-1-23, 4-3-11, 7-1-55

WSP. See Weather System Processor

 

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