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14-1 Introduction The two categories of airspace are: regulatory and nonregulatory. Within these two categories there are four types: controlled, uncontrolled, special use, and other airspace.

Airspace

Safe Pilots. Safe Skies. www.asf.org The airspace above the Unite d States can see m as complex an d convoluted asa soap opera plot. With a little stud y, however, it does make sense.

Airspace

In this Safety Advisor, we will examine the airspace structure and how pilots are expected (and required by the Federal Aviation Regulations) to operate withi n it.

Real Estate, Airspace

By Marc a. Landis and Lonica L. sMith I N RECENT YEARS, New York City real estate owners have capitalized on their investments by selling or leasing every conceivable part of their property, from wall surfaces for advertising space to rooftop surfaces for cell towers.

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Airspace Basics

JULY 29, 2003 INTERAGENCY AIRSPACE COORDINATION GUIDE ã Page 3-1 CHAPTER 3 Airspace Basics I. The National Airspace System (NAS) The NAS consists of all airspace over the United States above the ground and up to 60,000 feet MSL.

Everything you wanted to know about "Airspace" and your airport.

Assumptions •Structure is "shielded". I don't have to file Notice under 14 CFR Part 77. •Clears the Part 77 surfaces. •Behind the Building Restriction Line (BRL) and the ALP shows hangars in this area.

APPENDIX A: AIRSPACE CONFLICTS ANALYSIS

Airspace Conflicts Analysis Wilbur Smith Associates Revised: April 2010 A-1 APPENDIX A: AIRSPACE CONFLICTS ANALYSIS INTRODUCTION As part of the Master Plan Update for Chandler Municipal Airport, a separate, more detailed analysis of the airspace was conducted.

AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT

FM 34-25-2 3-1 CHAPTER 3 AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT Airspace management prevents mutual interference from all users of the airspace, facilitates air defense identification, and accommodates the flow of all air traffic safely.

CHAPTER 7. AIRSPACE

Guam and CNMI Military Relocation Final EIS (July 2010) V OLUME 2: M ARINE C ORPS -G UAM 7-1 Airspace CHAPTER 7. AIRSPACE 7.1 A FFECTED E NVIRONMENT 7.1.1 Definition of Resource 7.1.1.1 Airspace Management Airspace management is defined as directing, controlling, and handling flight operations ...