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9/13/18

AIM

Index

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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
ADS−B. See Automatic Dependent Broadcast Services
ADS−R. See Automatic Dependent

Surveillance−Rebroadcast

Advisories

Braking Action, 4−3−13
Inflight Aviation Weather, 7−1−9
Minimum Fuel, 5−5−7
Traffic, 5−5−5

Aerobatic Flight, 8−1−8
Aerodrome Forecast (TAF), 7−1−68, 7−1−69, 7−1−70
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 Zones, 5−6−13
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, 4−1−18
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
IFR Approaches, 4−1−6
Operation Rain Check, 4−1−1
Radar Assistance to VFR Aircraft, 4−1−11
Radar Traffic Information Service, 4−1−9
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, 4−3−27
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), 4−1−4
Operations, 4−3−1

Communications, 4−3−20
Exiting the Runway, After Landing, 4−3−25
Flight Check Aircraft, In Terminal Areas, 4−3−27
Flight Inspection, 4−3−27

Gate Holding, Departure Delays, 4−3−21
Intersection Takeoffs, 4−3−16
Low Approach, 4−3−19

Low Level Wind Shear/Microburst Detection

Systems, 4−3−13

Option Approach, 4−3−26

Signals, Hand, 4−3−28
Taxi During Low Visibility, 4−3−24
Traffic Control Light Signals, 4−3−19
Traffic Patterns, 4−3−1, 4−3−2

Use of Aircraft Lights, 4−3−27
Use of Runways, 4−3−8
VFR Flights in Terminal Areas, 4−3−21

VFR Helicopter at Controlled Airports, 4−3−21
With Operating Control Tower, 4−3−1
Without Operating Control Tower, 4−3−7

Remote Airport Advisory (RAA), 3−5−1