CAA vs FAA Airspace

On August 1, 2010, in Rules and Regulations, by admin
English: Section of VFR Terminal Area Raster A...

Especially when going from FAA land to CAA land. Class A. This is the easy one. No VFR allowed (unless SVFR). In the US Class A is everywhere from 18,000 feet up. So you probably aren’t going to worry about it too much. In the UK you’d need an SVFR clearance, which is at the […]

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The Grand Canyon

On my recent trip to the USA, it occured to me that it would be nice to do an aerial tour of such places as the San Francisco bridge and the Grand Canyon. In the last news letter I mentioned how spectacular the Golden Gate bridge was from the air, and certainly it was a […]

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