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When is this Class D airspace not Class D airspace?

The Terminal Area Chart (TAC) shows the Class D airspace for Los Angeles International Airport (KLAX) view the full TAC. I have highlighted in green the north and south portions of the Class D ...
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What is the primary reason that the non-towered airports KACV and KTVL have E4 extensions to E2 airspace?

NOTE-- this question is not about why it was desired to protect the airspace that ended up within the E4 "extensions". Rather, this question is about why that was done by designating that airspace as ...
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What does the letter J mean at the start of an FAA instrument approach chart identifier?

To identify a specific Instrument Approach Chart in either the FAA Terminal Procedures Publication (TPP), or the Department of Defense (DoD) Terminal Low Altitude (TLA) Charts, the FAA uses what they ...
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Can the Class-E-to-surface airspace near Eagle County Regional airport (KEGE) and Marshall AAF (KFRI) be ignored when the tower is open?

Can the Class-E-to-surface designation indicated by the dashed magenta lines outside the dashed blue circle at Eagle County Regional airport (KEGE) be ignored when the tower is open? Likewise at ...
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In the US, can airspace simultaneously be E2 and E4? What happens at KSTC to the airspace in the dashed magenta boundary when the tower closes?

In the US, can the same airspace simultaneously be E2 and E4? Consider the case of KSTC -- St. Cloud Regional Airport, MN. http://vfrmap.com/?type=vfrc&lat=45.546&lon=-94.059&zoom=10 On ...
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What is the map projection for FAA terminal procedure charts?

What is the map projection for FAA terminal procedure charts and what are the parameters (standard parallels) for each specific airport? I couldn’t find any information with the publication ...
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Is there any example of a US VFR sectional chart containing both a reference to “Class E” airspace, and to older terminology for the same airspace?

Is there any example of a US VFR sectional chart whose legend describes the airspace depicted by the thin dashed magenta line both as "Class E" or "Class E airspace", and also with the older ...
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Which countries provide the parameters for their national height reference model in the AIP?

There is a standard in Annex 15 1.2.2.3 "When a geoid model other than the EGM-96 model is used, a description of the model used, including the parameters required for height transformation between ...
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When is Class Delta Airspace not Class Delta?

Although there could be many examples, I'm using the KLCQ airport in this case. This is how the airspace stands: In the CHART Supplement, it is mentioned that it's a "Class D svc other times class E"....
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In the US, how does the distinction between E2 and E3/E4 airspace affect pilots?

In the US, practically speaking, how does the distinction between the E2 and E3/E4 subtypes of Class E airspace affect pilots?
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In an Intermediate Approach Segment, why are the Optimum Approach ratio 0% and the max. approach ratio 5.2%?

In an Intermediate Approach Segment, the Optimum Approach ratio is 0% and the max. approach ratio is 5.2%. Where do those specific numbers come from, and what do they mean to pilots?
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For find a value of obstacles height below mentioned in intermediate segment why I should take the IAF MOCA instead of FAF MOCA?

It is said that we have to think all risk of flight in this segment that's why we have to take the 4420ft because the plane can be situated any point in this interval
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Aerodrome category, certification?

I need to know how you tell the certification of new airport just built? how can you tell if airport is certified for International flights or not? approved for intl flights or not meeting ...
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What does “ACFT MAX 65/7 ” means on lido charts?

What does "ACFT MAX 65/7" on the minima box means? I found out that its related to wingspan and some vertical distance, but I still didn't get the vertical distance thing !!
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What are some of the bigger differences world wide in VFR charts?

While discussing Aviation Charts in this SE question, JanHudec & Jwentin commented that VFR chart symbols are not internationally standardized - including airspace names and procedures. What are ...
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Can you operate regular commercial flights from an airport that is uncharted and not in the national AIP?

Is it possible to operate regular, commercial flights from an airport (aerodrome) that is not in the national AIP, and for which there are no charts, maps, terrain information, obstacle information, ...
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May an ultralight vehicle pass directly above KEGE at 9200 MSL at 1600Z with no prior authorization without violating FAR 103.17?

May an ultralight vehicle pass directly above KEGE at 9200 MSL at 1600Z with no prior authorization without violating FAR 103.17? http://vfrmap.com/?type=vfrc&lat=39.643&lon=-106.916&zoom=...