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You are a piloting a light general aviation aircraft solo within the U. on a non-commercial cross-country flight under visual flight rules (VFR).

You are a piloting a light general aviation aircraft solo within the U.S. on a non-commercial cross-country flight under visual flight rules (VFR). You have not filed a flight plan, but nearing your destination in a metropolitan area, you call Center, identifying your aircraft, position, altitude, and destination (an uncontrolled field) and request flight following to your destination airport. Center assigns you a transponder code and instructs you to "squawk ident." Moments later, the controller confirms radar contact, advises you that it has been reported that you may have entered restricted airspace, and gives you a phone number to call when you get on the ground.

  • a. What will you reply and why?
  • b. What do you intend to do on arrival and why?

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1. In order to cover that a flight plan was not recorded, it isn't required for VFR flights as it is will just help search... View the full answer

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