Aeronautical Information Manual Explained

The Aeronautical Information Manual, AIM, is a Transport Canada document published twice a year for Canadian pilots and air traffic controllers. It is a single source document containing information from various regulations, manuals, and guides. It is an excellent resource for new pilots and experienced pilots looking for a refresh.

Download the most current version in PDF form here: https://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/civilaviation/publications/tc-aim.html.

The manual is divided into 10 parts:

Many of the articles I write about in my blog make reference to the AIM, so I characterize Aviation posts into their relevant section for easy reference.

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