airspace

  1. Class A
    • 18,000-FL600
    • IFR only
    • Radio Required
    • Transponder required
  2. class B
    • Solid Blue Line
    • VFR/ IFR allowed
    • ATC Clearance required
    • minimum rating Student pilot with endorsement
    • radio required
    • transponder required
  3. class C
    • solid magenta line
    • VFR/IFR allowed
    • must establish 2 way radio to enter
    • student pilots allowed
    • radio required
    • transponder required
  4. Class D
    • dashed blue line
    • VFR/ IFR allowed
    • establish 2 way radio to enter
    • student pilots allowed
    • two way radio required
  5. class E
    • magenta line either shaded or dashed
    • VFR/IFR allowed
    • no entry requirements
    • student pilots allowed
    • no requirements for radio or transponder
  6. class G
    • no color on map
    • VFR/IFR allowed
    • no entry requirements
    • student pilots allowed
    • no radio or transponder required
  7. VFR daytime below 1200 AGL
    • visibility 1/2 statute mile
    • clear of clouds
  8. VFR night below 1200 AGL
    • visibility 1 statute mile
    • clear of clouds
  9. VFR day 1,200-10,000 AGL
    • visibility 1 statute mile
    • 500 below
    • 1000 above
    • 2000 horizontal
  10. VFR night 1,200AGL-10,000MSL
    • visibility 3 statute miles
    • 500 below
    • 1000 above
    • 2000 horizontal
  11. VFR more than 1200 AGL and at or above 10,000 MSL
    • 5 mile visibility
    • 1000 below
    • 1000 above
    • 1 statute mile horizontal
  12. when cruising VFR more than 3,000 AGL what altitudes should you cruise at with a compass heading of 0 degrees -179 degrees
    odd thousand plus 500 feet

    (3500, 5500, 7500...)
  13. when cruising VFR more than 3,000 AGL what altitudes should you cruise at with a compass heading of 180-359 degrees
    even thousands plus 500 feet

    (4500,6500,8500...)
  14. prohibited area
    prohibited from entering
  15. restricted area
    unauthorized entry prohibited
  16. warning area
    over international waters, FAA has no jurisdiction
  17. military operation area MOA
    separates high speed military aircraft from non military
  18. military training routes
    grey line, one way high speed military routes
  19. parachute jump area
    monitor jump freq and remain clear
Author
codysd1
ID
341690
Card Set
airspace
Description
airspace
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