Airspace

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Airspace
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  1. How is Class A airspsace indicated on a chart?
    Its not.
  2. How is class B airspace indicated on a chart?
    Solid blue line
  3. How is class C airspace indicated on a chart?
    Solid magenta line
  4. How is class D airspace indicated on a chart?
    Dashed blue line
  5. How is class E airspace indicated on a chart?
    • Faded blue (1200 AGL - Overlying)
    • Faded Magenta (700 AGL - Overlying)
    • Dashed Magenta (Surface - Overlying)
  6. How is class E "Victor Airway" airspace indicated on a chart?
    Light blue line
  7. How is class E "Zipper Line" airspace indicated on a chart?
    Blue staggered dashes
  8. How is class E "Offshore" airspace indicated on a chart?
    Its not
  9. How is class G airspace indicated on a chart?
    Its not
  10. What are the dimensions for Class A airspace?
    • 18,000' - 60,000' MSL
    • 12 NM past coast
  11. What are the dimensions for Class B airspace?
    • Surface - 10,000' MSL
    • 15-30 NM
  12. What are the dimensions for Class C airspace?
    • Core: Surface - 4,000' AGL / 5 NM radius
    • Shelf: 1,200' - 4,000' AGL / 10 NM radius
  13. What are the dimensions for Class D airspace?
    • Surface - 2,500' AGL
    • 4 NM radius
  14. What are the dimensions for Class E airspace?
    • Surface - Overlying
    • 700' AGL - Overlying
    • 1,200' AGL - Overlying
    • (Overlying goes up to 17,999' MSL)
  15. What are the dimensions for Class E "Victor Airway" airspace?
    • 1,200' - 18,000' AGL
    • 8 NM wide
  16. What are the dimensions for Class E "Zipper Line" airspace?
    It varies: it is used to designate the floor of class E at other than normal levels. insures line of sight for coms.
  17. What are the dimensions for Class E "Off shore" airspace?
    Extends beyond 12 NM (1,500' AGL - 18,000' MSL) off the the coasts to provide IFR en route ATC services
  18. What are the dimensions for Class G airspace?
    Everywhere that is not designated anything else up to 14,000' MSL and 1,200' or 1,500' AGL over mountains
  19. What are the classes of airspace?
    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D
    • E
    • E (Victor Airways)
    • E (Zipper Lines)
    • E (Off-Shore)
    • E (Above FL600)
    • G
  20. What are the pilot requirements for Class A airspace?
    Private pilot with Instrument rating
  21. What are the pilot requirements for Class B airspace?
    • Private
    • "Endorsed" student pilot
  22. What are the pilot requirements for Class C airspace?
    Student
  23. What are the pilot requirements for Class D airspace?
    Student
  24. What are the pilot requirements for Class E airspace?
    Student
  25. What are the pilot requirements for Class E "Victor Airway" airspace?
    • VFR - Student
    • IFR - Instrument rating
  26. What are the pilot requirements for Class E "Zipper Line" airspace?
    Student
  27. What are the pilot requirements for Class E "Off-Shore" airspace?
    Student
  28. What are the pilot requirements for Class G airspace?
    Student
  29. What are the Aircraft requirements for Class A airspace?
    • IFR rated
    • Mode C
  30. What are the Aircraft requirements for Class B airspace?
    • Mode C
    • 2 - way radio
  31. What are the Aircraft requirements for Class C airspace?
    • Mode C
    • 2 - way radio
  32. What are the Aircraft requirements for Class D airspace?
    2 - way radio
  33. What are the Aircraft requirements for Class E airspace?
    2-way radio (IFR Only)
  34. What are the Aircraft requirements for Class E "Victor Airway" airspace?
    • VFR: Nothing
    • IFR: IFR rated
  35. What are the Aircraft requirements for Class E "Zipper Lines" airspace?
    • VFR: Nothing
    • IFR: IFR rated
  36. What are the Aircraft requirements for Class E "Off-Shore" airspace?
    • VFR: Nothing
    • IFR: IFR rated
  37. What are the Aircraft requirements for Class G airspace?
    Nothing
  38. What is the entry procedures for Class A airspace?
    • ATC clearance
    • 2-way radio com
  39. What is the entry procedures for Class B airspace?
    "cleared into class B airspace"
  40. What is the entry procedures for Class C airspace?
    • VFR: 2-way radio coms
    • IFR: ATC clearance
  41. What is the entry procedures for Class D airspace?
    • VFR: 2-way radio coms
    • IFR: ATC clearance
  42. What is the entry procedures for Class E airspace?
    • VFR: Nothing, unless landing at an E airport w/ operational tower, must
    • establish 2-way radio coms prior to 4 NM of tower and below 2,500' AGLIFR: ATC clearance on flight plan
  43. What is the entry procedures for Class E Victor Airway" airspace?
    • VFR: Nothing
    • IFR: ATC clearance on flight plan
  44. What is the entry procedures for Class E "Zipper Line" airspace?
    • VFR: Nothing
    • IFR: ATC clearance on flight plan
  45. What is the entry procedures for Class E "Off-Shore" airspace?
    • VFR: Nothing
    • IFR: ATC clearance on flight plan
  46. What is the entry procedures for Class G airspace?
    None
  47. What are the weather minimums for Class A airspace?
    None
  48. What are the weather minimums for Class B airspace?
    31COC

    • Visibility: 3 SM
    • Ceiling: 1,000' AGL
    • Clouds: COC
  49. What are the weather minimums for Class C airspace?
    3152

    • Visibility: 3 SM
    • Ceiling: 1,000' AGL
    • Clouds: 500' below, 1000' above, 2000' horizontal
  50. What are the weather minimums for Class D airspace?
    3152

    • Visibility: 3 SM
    • Ceiling: 1,000' AGL
    • Clouds: 500' below, 1000' above, 2000' horizontal
  51. What are the weather minimums for Class E airspace?
    • Below 10,000' MSL - 3152
    • Visibility: 3 SMCeiling:
    • 1,000' AGL
    • Clouds: 500' below, 1000' above, 2000' horizontal

    • 10,000'+ MSL - 5111
    • Visibility: 5 SM
    • Clouds: 1000' below, 1000' above, 1 SM horizontal
  52. What are the weather minimums for Class E "Victor Airway" airspace?
    • Below 10,000' MSL - 3152
    • Visibility: 3 SM
    • Ceiling: 1,000' AGL
    • Clouds: 500' below, 1000' above, 2000' horizontal

    • 10,000'+ MSL - 5111
    • Visibility: 5 SM
    • Clouds: 1000' below, 1000' above, 1 SM horizontal
  53. What are the weather minimums for Class E "Zipper Line" airspace?
    • Below 10,000' MSL - 3152
    • Visibility: 3 SM
    • Ceiling: 1,000' AGL
    • Clouds: 500' below, 1000' above, 2000' horizontal

    • 10,000'+ MSL - 5111
    • Visibility: 5 SM
    • Clouds: 1000' below, 1000' above, 1 SM horizontal
  54. What are the weather minimums for Class E "Off-Shore" airspace?
    • Below 10,000' MSL - 3152
    • Visibility: 3 SM
    • Ceiling: 1,000' AGL
    • Clouds: 500' below, 1000' above, 2000' horizontal

    • 10,000'+ MSL - 5111
    • Visibility: 5 SM
    • Clouds: 1000' below, 1000' above, 1 SM horizontal
  55. What are the weather minimums for Class G airspace?
    • Less than 1200' AGL (regardless of MSL)
    • Visibility: See and Avoid
    • Clouds: COC

    • Below 10,000' MSL and above 1200' AGL (day)
    • Visibility: 3 SM
    • Clouds: 500' below, 1000' above, 2000' horizontal

    • Below 10,000' MSL and above 1200' AGL (night)
    • Visibility: 3 SM
    • Clouds: 500' below, 1000' above, 2000' horizontal

    • Above 10,000 MSL
    • Visibility: 5 SM
    • Clouds: 1000' below, 1000' above, 1 SM horizontal
  56. What is the Speed limit in Class A airspace?
    None
  57. What is the Speed limit in Class B airspace?
    200 Knots
  58. What is the Speed limit in Class C airspace?
    200 Knots within 4 NM and below 2,500' AGL
  59. What is the Speed limit in Class D airspace?
    200 Knots within 4 NM and below 2,500' AGL
  60. What is the Speed limit in Class E airspace?
    250 Knots below 10,000' MSL
  61. What is the Speed limit in Class E "Victor Airway" airspace?
    250 Knots below 10,000' MSL
  62. What is the Speed limit in Class E "Zipper Line" airspace?
    250 Knots below 10,000' MSL
  63. What is the Speed limit in Class E "Off-Shore" airspace?
    250 Knots below 10,000' MSL
  64. What is the Speed limit in Class G airspace?
    None
  65. What regulation covers Special VFR for Helicopters
    FAR 91.157
  66. According to FAR 91.15, when can a helicopter request special VFR?
    If weather at the arrival/departure airport is below VFR minimums or the ceiling is less than 1,000' (reported)
  67. To recieve Special VFR in controlled airspace you must?
    • Request it from ATC
    • Remain COC (other than helicopters requires 1 SM flight visibility and remain COC)
  68. What time of day are Helicopter pilots allowed to request Special VFR?
    Day and Night, must use good judgment though
  69. When must an aircraft have a Mode-C transponder regardless of airspace?
    10,000 FT MSL

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