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FAA regulations cover the aviation rules of the United States of America and its territories. This tag should be used for questions regarding requirements or limitations imposed by FAA regulations or other related guidance material. It should **not** be used for questions about contacting the FAA, filling out FAA forms, or other areas of FAA responsibility.

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Here are some of the airspaces where FAR 91.215 requires aircraft to have transponders-- (b) ... (2) All aircraft. In all airspace within 30 nautical miles of an airport listed in appendix …
asked Jun 25 by quiet flyer
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Here are some of the airspaces where FAR 91.215 requires aircraft to have transponders-- (b) ... (2) All aircraft. In all airspace within 30 nautical miles of an airport listed in appendix …
asked Jun 25 by quiet flyer
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Is there anywhere I may find examples of letters seeking interpretation of FARs, sent to the FAA Office of Chief Counsel? What is the appropriate salutation, if one is needed, on a letter to the FAA …
asked May 13 by quiet flyer
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Assume "pilotage" is used for all flights other than circuits around the pattern. Assume, in the flights that follow, at any point where required, an instructor travels to the departure point and app …
asked Oct 8 '18 by quiet flyer
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Are inside loops are permitted while flying a US-registered DG-1000S sailplane in the US in the utility category? FAR 91.1 seems highly relevant: §91.9 Civil aircraft flight manual, marking, …
asked Jul 22 by quiet flyer
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In the US, is it legal to cover up some of the required gyro instruments during flight under IFR in actual IMC? The purpose being for "partial panel" practice.
asked Nov 1 '18 by quiet flyer
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In the US, is there a way for a pilot to legally "maneuver at will" in actual IMC? Let's say you want to practice a series of reversing 360-degree turns and not have to communicate every change in h …
asked Nov 1 '18 by quiet flyer
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1) In the US, would it ever be legal to fly a loop in any US-registered airplane or glider that was operating in the "utility" category rather than the "acrobatic" category? (Assuming that no special …
asked Jul 12 by quiet flyer
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In the US, if the toilet had a seat belt, would it be legal for an airline to board one more passenger than the number of normal passenger seats, requiring that whoever used the toilet last must remai …
asked Aug 2 by quiet flyer
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This is a question about FAR 91.225 (requirement for ADS-B-out) and where aircraft with no electrical system will be able to fly. FAR 91.225 exempts aircraft with no electrical system from many of th …
asked Jun 19 by quiet flyer
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When did the phrase "Class E" or "Class E airspace" first appear on the legend of US VFR sectional charts, to identify the meaning of the thin dashed magenta line? I'd like to narrow down the date as …
asked Nov 1 '18 by quiet flyer
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Under FAR 91.225 (requirement for ADS-B-out), what additional airspace over the 48 contiguous states in the U.S. will be off-limits to an aircraft w/ no electrical system or transponder, compared to t …
asked Jun 21 by quiet flyer
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In actual practice, is there any US-certified airplane or glider where the approved flight manual, or cockpit placards, indicate that loops, rolls, or any other similarly aerobatic maneuvers other tha …
asked Jul 16 by quiet flyer
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In the US, is there much variation among the practices followed by the various ARTC Centers and Approach Control facilities as to where a Special VFR clearance may be granted?
asked May 11 by quiet flyer
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In actual practice, in the US, do ARTC Center personnel generally follow the rule that a SVFR clearance may be granted in E2 airspace ("surface areas designated for an airport") but not E4 airspace (" …
asked May 11 by quiet flyer

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