Is your FAR/AIM current?
If it's a paper copy the answer is almost always no. Why Jeppeson, King, ASA and other publishers pick October to release their paper copies of these most important pilot publications is somewhat difficult to understand. The main section of the FAR (CFR Title 14) is updated 1 January each year and the AIM is updated with a change about every 6 months. A new AIM Manual was just released this past March. Usually, after less than 3 months, most of the paper book is obsolete and after 6 months, the only current section in the whole book is CFR Title 49, on accident reporting and flight schools which gets updated each October.
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