ASA’s New 6th Edition Of Dictionary Of Aeronautical Terms

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ASA’s New 6th Edition of Dictionary of Aeronautical Terms Released

The Dale Crane Dictionary of Aeronautical Terms contains more than 11,000 accurate, aviation-specific terms and definitions, and nearly 500 illustrations to further define and aid visual recognition. This Sixth Edition includes terms from Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations, glossaries from FAA handbooks, advisory circulars and manuals, the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) and Pilot/Controller Glossary, as well as definitions not found in government publications. Also, new terms specific to the space and unmanned aircraft (drone) industries have been added, and useful tables and lists are included in appendices.

This comprehensive dictionary is an essential reference book for anyone involved with aviation, drone operations, and/or space organizations including pilots, engineers, air traffic controllers, airlines, and newcomers to the industry. It can be especially helpful for those who speak English as a second language.

Softcover, 6″ x 9″, black and white illustrations, 800 pages. Also available soon in eBook PDF and eBook ePub formats. Look for the Dictionary of Aeronautical Terms at your local FBO, favorite bookstore, online retailer, or at asa2fly.com.

Product Information
Suggested List Price
Part Number: ASA-DAT-6
ISBN: 978-1-61954-577-9
$19.95
Part Number: ASA-DAT-6-PD
ISBN: 978-1-61954-580-9
$14.95
Part Number: ASA-DAT-6-EB
ISBN: 978-1-61954-578-6
$14.95

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