I'm planning my first real life cross country trip from KFRG to CYKZ. I'm trying to understand the Toronto Airspace:
Is a Canadian Class C airspace the same as a US Class B airspace?
Toronto Pearson International (CYYZ) inner blue circle has this marking 125/25 and the number 25 within a broken square bracket:
I believe this means that the airspace above CYYZ is broken into two parts: class B and class C. Does anyone know the reason for this? I have not seen this structure in the US.
- The sectional for this area has the following note:
TORONTO CLASS C AIRSPACE FOR FLIGHTS BELOW AT AND BELOW 12500' MSL SEE TORONTO VTA CHART
I actually purchased a Toronto VFR Terminal Area (VTA) chart but it's even more confusing than the normal sectional. What exactly am I looking for on the chart?