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FAR 61 -- Certification: Pilots and Flight Instructors
    Commercial Pilots
FAR 71 -- Designation of Class A, Class B, Class C, Class D, and Class E Airspace Areas; Airways; Routes; and Reporting Points
    General - Class A Airspace
FAR 91 -- General Operating and Flight Rules
    Flight Rules - General
    Visual Flight Rules
    Instrument Flight Rules
    Equipment, Instrument, and Certificate Requirements
    Maintenance, Preventive Maintenance, and Alterations
FAR 97 -- Standard Instrument Approach Procedures
NTSB 830 -- Rules Pertaining to the Notification and Reporting of Aircraft Accidents or Incidents and Overdue Aircraft, and Preservation of Aircraft Wreckage, Mail, Cargo, and Records
AC 61-23 -- Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge
    Basic Calculations
AC 61-21 -- Flight Training Handbook
    Principles of Flight and Performance Characteristics
AC 61-27 -- Instrument Flying Handbook
    Instrument Flying: Coping with Illusions in Flight
    Aerodynamic Factors Related to Instrument Flying
    Basic Flight Instruments
    Attitude Instrument Flying -- Airplanes
    Electronic Aids to Instrument Flying
    Using the Navigation Instruments
    The Federal Airways System and Controlled Airspace
    ATC Operations and Procedures
    Flight Planning
AC 00-6 -- Aviation Weather
    The Earth's Atmosphere
    Atmospheric Pressure and Altimetry
    Moisture, Cloud Formation, and Precipitation
    Stable and Unstable Air
    Air Masses and Fronts
    Common IFR Producers
    High Altitude Weather
AC 00-45 -- Aviation Weather Services
    The Aviation Weather Service Program
    Surface Aviation Weather Reports
    Pilot and Radar Reports and Satellite Pictures
    Aviation Weather Forecasts
    Surface Analysis Chart
    Weather Depiction Chart
    Radar Summary Chart
    Significant Weather Prognostics
    Winds and Temperatures Aloft
    Severe Weather Outlook Chart
    Constant Pressure Charts
    Tropopause Data Chart
    Tables and Conversion Graphs
Airman's Information Manual (AIM)
    Air Navigation Radio Aids
    Airport Lighting Aids
    Airport Marking Aids and Signs
    Airspace -- General
    Class G Airspace
    Controlled Airspace
    Special Use Airspace
    Other Airspace Areas
    Service Available to Pilots
    Airport Operations
    ATC Clearance/Separations
    Departure Procedures
    En Route Procedures
    Arrival Procedures
    Pilot/Controller Roles and Responsibilities
    Two-Way Radio Communications Failure
    Altimeter Setting Procedures
    Wake Turbulence
    Bird Hazards, and Flight Over National Refuges, Parks, and Forests
    Fitness for Flight
    Pilot Controller Glossary
    Airport/Facility Directory
    En Route Low Altitude Chart
    Standard Instrument Departure (SID) Chart
    Standard Terminal Arrival (STAR) Chart
    Instrument Approach Procedures
Additional Advisory Circulars
    AC 00-54, Pilot Wind Shear Guide
    AC 20-138, Airworthiness Approval of Global Positioning System (GPS) Navigation Equipment for Use as a VFR and IFR Supplemental Navigation System
    AC 91-43, Unreliable Airspeed Indications
    AC 91-46, Gyroscopic Instruments -- Good Operating Practices
FAA Accident Prevention Program Bulletins
    FAA-P-8740-50, On Landings, Part III