controlled airspace


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controlled airspace

An airspace of defined dimensions within which air traffic control service is provided to controlled flights.
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You may be asked to "enter controlled airspace" on a particular heading, or fly a heading "upon entering controlled airspace.
173says that you're required to have a flight plan and a clearance only when operating in controlled airspace.
Such airspace provides controlled airspace to contain standard instrument approach procedures without imposing a communications requirement on pilots operating under VFR.
When you mouse-click on an area within a controlled airspace a balloon pops up showing the ATC frequency, the floor, and the ceiling.
The note sometimes seen on vector SIDs about entering controlled airspace allows the FAA lawyers to cover their backsides and reminds you to take charge of the initial navigation.
All aircraft operating in controlled airspace throughout the National Airspace System (NAS) are required to equip with ADS-B Out avionics by Jan.
179, "IFR Cruising Altitude or Flight Level," states that, in controlled airspace, you must fly the altitude assigned by ATC unless you're operating VFR-on-top.
Will you stay on the textual ODP to 1500 or turn off that ODP because you climbed into controlled airspace below 1500 MSL?
The Norwegian national air traffic control services and airports operator Avinor AS revealed on Thursday (3 March) plans to establish controlled airspace offshore.
The Secretary of Transportation and Communications shall assume responsibility for all non-military aviation activity, within and outside controlled airspace, and shall regulate such activity to ensure compliance with the requirements of this Act.
To get back into controlled airspace we would climb to 2000 feet and pick up a clearance.

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