The airspace is Class E above 700 feet AGL. The day VFR minimums are 3 miles visibility and 1,000 feet above, 500 feet below, and 2,000 feet horizontally from all clouds.
1 mile and clear of clouds.
3 miles and 1,000 feet above, 500 feet below, and 2,000 feet horizontally from each cloud.
1 mile and 1,000 feet above, 500 feet below, and 2,000 feet horizontally from each cloud.
Cooperstown is within the Class E airspace of the Cooperstown Airport. The floor of this airspace is 700 feet AGL. Visibility of 3 miles and 1,000 feet above, 500 feet below, and 2,000 feet horizontally from clouds is required to operate VFR in controlled
3 miles and 1,000 feet above, 500 feet below, and 2,000 feet horizontally from clouds
1 mile and 1,000 feet above 500 feet below, and 2,000 feet horizontally from clouds.
The lower left corner of the sectional chart excerpt shows a blue shaded area indicating that in the area covered by this chart, Class E airspace extends from 1.200 feet AGL to 18,000 MSL unless otherwise marked.
Class G airspace — surface up to but not including 700 feet MSL. Class E airspace — 700 feet to 14,500 feet MSL.
Class G airspace surface up to but not including 1,200 feet AGL Class E airspace —1,200 feet AGL up to but not including 18,000 feet MSL.
Class G airspace surface up to but not including 18,000 feet MSL.
The magenta shading around the airport indicates that Class E airspace begins at 700 feet AGL. Below 700 feet the airspace is uncontrolled (Class G) airspace. Class D airspace, marked with a blue dashed line around the airport, is not shown anywhere on th
Class D airspace from the surface to the floor of the overlying Class E airspace.
Class G airspace from the surface to 700 feet AGL.
Class E airspace from the surface to 1,200 feet MSL.
The controlled airspace this question is referring to is Class D airspace. The top of Class D airspace (MSL) is shown within the square dashed box.
2,900 feet MSL
700 feet AGL
2,500 feet MSL
The blue segmented circle indicates Fort Worth Meacham is located in Class D airspace. The 32 indicates the ceiling of the Class D airspace is 3,200 feet MSL.
Class B airspace to 10,000 feet MSL.
Class C airspace to 5,000 feet MSL.
Class D airspace to 3,200 feet MSL.
The floor of the shelf area of most Class C airspace is normally approximately 1,200 feet AGL. At Savannah, the 1,200 feet AGL has been rounded up to 1,300 feet MSL (airport elevation is 51 feet) The exact limits in MSL are depicted on the chart (“41/13’)
1,700 feet MSL
1,300 feet MSL
1,300 feet AGL
The area depicted is Class C airspace. Aircraft operating in Class C airspace must be equipped with a Mode C transponder and pilots are required to maintain two-way radio communications.
Mode C transponder and omnireceiver
Mode C transponder and two-way radio.
Mode C transponder, omnireceiver, and DME.
The “NO SVFR” over the airport identification name indicates that fixed-wing special VFR is not authorized.
Fort Worth Meacham and Fort Worth Spinks.
Dallas-Fort Worth International and Dallas Love Field.
Addison and Redbird.
Class E airspace includes Federal, or Victor, airways which usually extend to 4 nautical miles on each side of the airway centerline and, unless otherwise indicated, extends from 1,200 feet AGL up to, but not including 18,000 feet MSL.
1,200 feet AGL to 17,999 feet MSL.
700 feet MSL to 12,500 feet MSL.
7,500 feet MSL to 17,999 feet MSL.
The vertical limit of Class C airspace is 4,000 feet above the primary airport. This is the same for both the inner and outer circles.
4,000 feet AGL.
1,200 feet AGL.
3,000 feet AGL.
Class C airspace areas have a procedural outer area not shown on charts. Normally this area extends 20 NM from the primary Class C airspace airport. You may obtain radar services in this area, but are not required to contact ATC to operate here.
A pilot must establish two-way communications with ATC as soon as practical after takeoff.
The pilot must monitor ATC until clear of the Class C airspace.
The pilot must contact ATC as soon as practicable after takeoff
The pilot must file a flight plan prior to departure.
The controlling agency may grant permission to fly through a restricted area.
With the controlling agency’s authorization.
Regulations do not allow this.
When flying on airways with an ATC clearance.
Due to the possibility of military training activities, pilots operating in a MOA should use extra caution and be vigilant for military traffic.
Operate only on the airways that transverse the MOA.
Obtain a clearance from the controlling agency prior to entering the MOA.
Exercise extreme caution when military activity is being conducted.
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