• Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2010-03-16
  • Current Version: 1.51
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 85.26 MB
  • Developer: ASA
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 247 Ratings


ASA has built a reputation for providing the aviation community with the most accurate and reliable FAR/AIM products available. The FAR/AIM app continues this tradition, containing information from Titles 14 and 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 and 49 CFR) pertinent to pilots, flight instructors, and flight crew, combined with the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), and Pilot/Controller Glossary. ASA FAR/AIM app features: • Free Updates provided. • All of the ASA FAR/AIM and FAR for Flight Crew book contents are included: 14 CFR Parts 1, 5, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 39, 43, 48, 61, 63, 65, 67, 68, 71, 73, 91, 97, 103, 105, 107, 110, 117, 119, 120, 121, 125, 133, 135, 136, 137, 141, 142; 49 CFR Parts 172, 175, and 830; TSA 1544 and 1552. • The complete Aeronautical Information Manual including color figures. • Pilot/Controller Glossary included. • Study by Certificate lists for Private, Remote, Sport, Instrument/CFII, Commercial, Flight Instructor, Flight Engineer, and ATP allows aviators to hone their studies to the pertinent rules for their individual certificate and operation. • Text search helps you find what you’re looking for in the FAR, AIM or both. • Profile and Landscape viewing available for easy reading and viewing figures. • Ability to increase text size. ASA tracks FAA changes daily and updates the app when regulations and AIM changes affect pilot operations. The date shown for the app's update reflects the last regulatory change affecting content. A new update will be released when a rule change affects operations. None of the material in this publication supersedes any documents, procedures, or regulations issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). ASA does not claim copyright on any material included herein that was taken from United States government sources; all contents originate from the FAA.

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  • Great app but I hate 1.51

    By NicoIsTheName
    The app worked just fine before hand. But now this whole split screen view is just awful you should have a setting to where we can go back to the old user interface style.
  • v1.50.5 Highlight Error

    By Kev AE
    Just updated to v1.50.5: 3 issues. 1) previous highlights were erased. 2) Unable to apply highlights to some sections (eg unable to highlight some chapters in the AIM, but still works in chapters of the FAR). 3) Tools>Highlights>Selecting ‘Highlighted’: the side panel where the text + highlight(s) should be is blank.
  • Where are my highlights!!!!?

    By dannyb33333
    The App is 5 Stars, but this new update took away all of the highlights I made and I have an important checkride next week and have to go through and re-highlight everything. Horrible timing. Not happy.
  • THE Far/Aim App to Purchase

    By CntryClub007
    As of 9 APR 2019, I can confidently say that this is THE Far/Aim app to purchase. Formats excellent on iPhone X/Xs/XsM and iPad Mini / Pro (just updated). The “Study by Certificate” feature is also incredibly beneficial, you can highlight, as well as bookmark too. This isn’t a study guide app, this is the Far/Aim. I recommend this to all of my fellow aviators. Great app!
  • Previous Highlights are gone!!!!

    By avncav
    I love the ability to have FAR at the reach of my fingers but every time there’s a new update I loose all my previous highlights. Please do some good testing of the app before releasing any new updates.
  • Not worth a penny

    By j19whitman91
    ASA states they only update the contents when regulatory changes are published that affect pilot operations. That’s a lousy excuse when quite literally all they need to do is copy and paste from ecfr.gov What they will do is publish partial changes that have you hunting for a half hour for CFRs that don’t exist because they only updated have of a section. For example, check out 14 CFR 91.175(d)(1) on the ASA app and the ecfr.gov. ASA will have you hunting for 14 CFR 91.175(I)(4), which doesn’t exist even though they did update 91.175(I). Now I have lost confidence that this app displays any correct information. Another glaring issue is that the app is simply a glorified html document. It could use some improvements such as different color highlighting, removing highlights directly from the highlighted text, note taking, or linking between documents when one section references another. Long story short, not worth $10
  • Lacks bookmarks, notes, and can’t undo highlights

    By The Angry Monkey
    This could be great but it’s more average because of several missing things: 1) This app is not native to iPhone Xs Max or the IPad X or iPad Pro screen sizes. 2) there is no ability to add notes 3) you can highlight, but you can’t remove highlights without going to a totally different part of the app. You should be able to remove highlights in place. 4) bookmarks would be super helpful 5) study by certificate doesn’t let you check off the sections that have already been read
  • Needs Boomarks

    By jon.nguyen
    Would like to see the ability to add bookmarks for better organization
  • Good info, dated interface

    By Liamrk
    I really liked this app on the iPad but when I downloaded the iPhone app I realized the format is all wrong for the iPhone 10. Black bars on the top and bottom. Not a big deal app still works but it’s not good looking or smooth really
  • Missing Material

    By AppleiPhoneUserUSA
    I was just wondering why I do not see FAR Part 139 in an app titled FAR.