Understanding airspace classifications is key to being able to navigate your aircraft successfully in and around the different, busy, and not so busy, airspace that you’ll encounter in your journey as a pilot. A strong understanding of the different rules that apply to the various airspace classifications is fundamental in staying safe while you are flying.
The articles below will give you a solid foundation in your pilot training when it comes to learning about airspace. Again, in your long journey in learning to fly, you will never know it all. If you’re going to be a good pilot, you will be learning to fly for the rest of your life.
- Airspace Classifications
- Special Use Airspace (Part One)
- Special Use Airspace (Part Two)
- Other Airspace Areas (Part One)
- Other Airspace Areas (Part Two)
- Air Traffic Control and the National Airspace System (Part One)
- Operating in the Various Types of Airspace
- Operating in the Various Types of Airspace – Classes A, B and C
- Operating in the Various Types of Airspace – Classes D, E and G