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5 hazardous attitudes that contribute to poor pilot judgment o Anti authority o Impulsivity o Invulnerability o Macho o Resignation VFR Charts o Sectional Most common Scale: 1:500,000 o TAC 1:250,000 Much more detailed than sectional chart o WAC 1:1,000,000 Generally, MTR’s are established below 10,000 feet MSL for operations at speeds in excess of 250 kt MTR’s with no segment above 1500 feet AGL shall be identified by four number characters MTR’s that include one or more segments above 1500 ft. AGL are identified by three numbers Latitude measure North-south and go from east-west Longitude- run north and south, 1 degree of longitude at the equator is 60 NM
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Prohibited areas o No aircraft permitted in these areas
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Unformatted text preview: o Established for national security o Example: White House Restricted Areas o Denote unseen hazard such as artillery firing, aerial gunnery, etc… Warning Areas o Same as restricted, but outside US over oceans Military Operations Areas o Non-regulatory o Pilots should contact any FSS within 100 mi. of the ara to obtain accurate real-time imfo concerning the MOA hours of operation Alert Areas o High volume of pilot training o Non regulatory, just be careful ADIZ o Air Defense Identification Zone Controlled Airspace o Airspace where IFR services are available to instrument pilots Uncontrolled o Airspace where IFR services are not available...
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