10-22 - o Must have a clearance to enter o Must have mode C...

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All uncontrolled airspace is classified as class “G” It is below controlled airspace Does not exist above 14,500 MSL except when terrain extends up to 13,000 MSL Classes of controlled airspace o “A” above 18,000 ft MSL Only IFR operation o “B” around busiest airports o “C” less busy airports o “D” around even less busy airspace o “E” located between airports and at airports with instrument approaches that are even less busy Class E o Around airways chass E airspace begins at 1200 AGL unless specified otherwise Class B o Very closely controlled air traffic o Located around the busiest airports
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Unformatted text preview: o Must have a clearance to enter o Must have mode C transponder to fly over, in, or under. (within 30 NM of primary airport). Class C o Operatin control tower o Radar environment o Must establish two-way radio communications before entering o Must have mode C transponder to fly over or in Class D o Operating control Tower o 4.4 NM radius around airport o Begins at surface extends up to approximately 2500 AGL o May have extensions of up to two miles for approaches o Two-way radio communication with the tower must be established before operating in this airspace...
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