AIRMAN`S INFORMATiON MANUAL
AIRMAN'S INFORMATiON MANUAL
PARTS 3 AND 3A OF THE AIM
Instructions: Answer questions 1-10 using the Airport/Facility Directory Legend excerpts
provided in references 11, 12, 13, and 14.
The basic difference between the Airport Directory in AIM Part 2 and the Airport/Facility
Directory in Part 3 is that the Airport/Facility Directory contains.
information regarding the operation of turbine powered aircraft.
flight ser/ice station and National Weather Service telephone num~rs.
radio communication frequencies and a tabulation of air navigation radio aids.
Less detailed Airport Facility Listings than Part 2.
The symbol “§” is used to indicate that ____________________ service is provided.
The letters “RVR" are used when a runway visual _________________is available at
When a visual approach slope indicator is provided for a runway, the letters
___________________ are found in the Airport/Facility Directory.
The AIM legend states that the frequency which is designated as an airport advisory
channel at all flight service stations is _______________________ MHz.
The letter “R" following a frequency listing in the directory indicates the facility is used by
the FAA to _______________________ only.
A continuous broadcast of recorded noncontrol information in selected areas of high
aircraft activity is abbreviated _______________________.
A VOR station classed as T (at altitudes of 12.000 feet and below) has a normal
reception distance of ________________ miles.
If a small black square follows the NDB or VOR frequency in the Airport/Facility
Directory, the voice capability on the navigational frequency issues an automatic
Low frequency nondirectional radio beacons, which provide an automatic recorded
weather broadcast, are abbreviated in Part 3 listings as _____________________.