AIRSPACE

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AIRSPACE
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  1. Magnetic Variation
    • Angular Difference between True/Magnetic poles
    • West is Best +
    • East is Least (-)
  2. Magnetic Deviation
    Magnetic Disturbances in aircraft (compass card)
  3. Dashed Blue (Sectional)

    Dashed Magenta (Sectional)
    Class D

    Class E - to Surface
  4. Solid Blue (Sectional)

    Solid Magenta (Sectional)
    Class B

    Class C
  5. Faded Magenta

    Faded Blue
    Class E - starting 700'

    Class E - starting 1200'
  6. Class E - Top

    Class G Top
    17,999

    14,500
  7. Indicated Altitude

    Absolute Altitude
    Read from Altimeter

    Height above terrain (AGL)
  8. True Altitude

    Pressure Altitude
    Height above sea level (MSL)

    Height above 29.92
  9. Density Altitude
    Pressure Altitude corrected for non-standard temperature
  10. Types of Airspace
    Controlled A - E

    Uncontrolled - G
  11. Primary ATC Function

    Controlled Airspace
    Separation of Aircraft

    ATC has control of some or all aircraft
  12. Speed Limits
    250 below 10,000

    200 within 4NM of C/D airports or below 2,500
  13. Class A Altitudes
    FL180 - FL600
  14. MODE C VEIL
    30NM Radius
  15. Class B Altitudes
    Surface - 10,000
  16. Requirements to fly in class B Airspace
    Private Pilot Certificate/Student Endorsement
  17. Class G - More than 1,200 AGL at or above 10,000 MSL
    • 5 SM Vis
    • 1000 below
    • 1000 above
    • 1 SM Horizontal
  18. Class G - 1,200 AGL or less
    • Day - 1 SM Vis - Clear of Clouds
    • Night - 3 SM Vis
    • 500 below
    • 1000 above
    • 2000 horizontal
  19. Class G - More than 1,200 - less than 10,000 MSL
    • Day - 1 SM
    • 500 below
    • 1000 above
    • 2000 horizontal
    • Night - 3 SM
    • 500 below
    • 1000 above
    • 2000 horizontal
  20. Class E Altitudes
    • Surface - 17,999
    • 700' - 17,999
    • 1200' - 17,999

    Also above FL600
  21. Below Class B or VFR Cooridor (Speed Limit)
    No faster than 200knots
  22. TFR
    Do not enter unless participating
  23. Class G - Above 1,200 - below 10,000
    • Day - 1 SM 500 below, 1000 above, 2000 horizontal
    • Night - 3 SM 500 below, 1000 above, 2000 horizontal
  24. Class G - Above 1,200 and Above 10,000 MSL
    Day/Night - 5 SM 1000 above, 1000 below, 1 SM horizontal
  25. Prohibited Airspace
    DO NOT ENTER
  26. Restricted Area
    Can enter with ATC/Controlling agency permission
  27. Warning Area
    Hazardous Activity - Off the coast - Blowing stuff up
  28. Alert Areas
    Indicate high student training/traffic volume
  29. MOA (Military Operation Area)
    May fly into, but dangerous activity - high speed aircraft
  30. Class C - Altitudes
    Surface - 4,000
  31. Class D - Altitudes
    Surface - 2,500
  32. TRSA (Terminal Radar Service Area)
    Black/Brown on chart - Service available
  33. MTR
    Military Training Route - 3 numbers - high level above 1,500, 4 numbers - low level - below 1,500
  34. National Security Areas
    Requested to avoid flight through area
  35. Class B - Weather
    3 SM Vis - Clear of clouds
  36. Class C - Weather

    Class D - Weather
    • 3 SM Vis
    • 500 below
    • 1000 above
    • 2000 horizontal
  37. Class A Requirements
    • Mode C Transponder
    • IFR Flight Plan
    • ATC Communication
    • IFR rating
  38. Class B Requirements
    • Mode C Transponder
    • CLEARANCE to enter
    • Two way radio communication
  39. Class C Requirements
    • Mode C Transponder
    • Established two way radio communication
  40. Class D Requirements
    Established two way radio communication

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