FAR/AIM Review

FAR/AIM Review

The FAR and AIM Review module is an overview of FAR Parts 61, Certification: Pilots, Flight Instructors, and Ground Instructors; Part 91, General Operating and Flight Rules; and the AIM. The applicable regulations in these Parts and the AIM are typically included in the subject matter of our other modules; for example, FAR 91.211, Supplemental Oxygen is in our Emergency Procedures module. Portions of the FARs and AIM that are not included in other modules are included in this FAR/AIM Review module.

The NBAA Management Guide (section 2.4) recommends advanced flight crew training above and beyond the regulatory requirements of the FAA as a best practice. That recommendation specifically cites FAR AIM training. This training module satisfies that NBAA training recommendation.

The applicable module for Maintenance Technicians is the FAR Part 43 Review or FAR Part 145 Review module.


This module satisfies many of your training program requirements under the Operator-Specific Basic Indoctrination curriculum section on Appropriate Provisions of the Code of Federal Regulations. In addition to the FAR Parts already noted, we include a review of the applicable Part 135 regulations within all of the modules in your curriculum. Instead of combining all of the Part 135 regulations into a single module, we organize your curriculum according to subject matter. For example, FAR 135.379, Large transport category airplanes: Turbine engine powered – Takeoff limitations, along with your General Operations Manual (GOM) section guidance on takeoff performance, is included in our Aircraft Performance module.
The module is not required by the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) or Business Aviation Safety Consortium (BASC) standard.
  • FAR Parts
  • VOR Check
  • Aircraft Documents
  • Airman Currency
  • Airspace
  • VFR Operations
  • Uncontrolled Airfield Operations