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  • PART IAIR NAVIGATIONCHAPTER IArticle 2
  • RIS - Just the traffic infoRAS - Traffic info and avoiding action
  • Configuration of layers may be tailored according to the requirementsVFR Corridor , old configuration, before 1990- In VFR corridors ATC clearance is not required
  • Mode C Transponder
  • Also Called Class F airspace
  • In United States aviation, a terminal radar service area (TRSA) is anairspace in which radar and air traffic control services are made available to pilots flying under instrument flight rules or (optionally) visual flight rules for the purposes of maintaining aircraft separation.TRSAs are shown on VFR "Sectional" charts as a solid black/gray
  • Air spaces

    1. 1. Aviation LAW & INTRODUCTION 1. Controlled 2. Un-controlled 3. Special use airspace 4. Other airspace
    2. 2. Special Use
    3. 3. CLASS B Representation of Airspaces on ICAO chart CLASS A CLASS DCLASS C
    4. 4. CLASS GCLASS F
    5. 5. 1CONTROLLEDAIRSPACES
    6. 6. CLASS B
    7. 7. CLASS B AIRSPACE
    8. 8. CLASS C AIRSPACE
    9. 9. CLASS D AIRSPACE
    10. 10. CLASS DAIRSPACE
    11. 11. 2 UN-Controlled Airspace Class G*Availability of1. Radar advisory service2. Radar information service3. Approach control service
    12. 12. Solid shaded blue line CLASS BSolidmagentaline CLASSC G
    13. 13. Special3 Airspace Use1. Prohibited areas2. Restricted areas3. Warning areas4. Military operation areas (MOAs)5. Military training route (MTR)6. Alert areas
    14. 14. Prohibited AirspaceFor security reasonsPublished in the Federal Register and are depictedon aeronautical charts
    15. 15. Restricted Airspace• Flight not wholly prohibited• Artillery firing, aerial gunnery• IFR transit flights
    16. 16. Warning AreasAreas to warn pilots of the potential dangerMay be located over domestic or international waters
    17. 17. Military Operation Areas
    18. 18. Military Training Routes
    19. 19. Alert Areas
    20. 20. 4Temporary flightrestriction (TFR)Parachute jumpaircraft operations OtherNational security area(NSA) Airspaces
    21. 21. QUESTIONS
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