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Can a pilot tell a controller they don't need IFR clearance?

Can a pilot tell a controller they don't need IFR clearance? This is backward, you don't tell a controller what you don't need. You request what you do want and they'll usually do their best to ...
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Can a pilot tell a controller they don't need IFR clearance?

VFR weather doesn't automatically entitle a pilot to fly VFR, and temporary IFR restrictions are a thing, usually the subject of a NOTAM. Large parts of normally VFR airspace around Paris are likely ...
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DFW International airport air traffic control

INWOD and GBUSH are RNAV fix points used for navigation. These two specific points are located on the ILS approach to runway 17L, on the extended centreline at 8.5 nautical miles (NM) and 5.4NM from ...
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What is the squawk for VFR flying?

It depends. Generally, when receiving air traffic service (such as air traffic control) a specific SSR-code will be assigned, allowing ATS to identify the flight using surveillance equipment such as ...
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Can ATC separate IFR traffic in class A airspace from VFR traffic in class E?

It is possible but it is not required and not something you should expect to be provided. Generally speaking (this may vary depending on your country's rules, although I doubt it) VFR operations are ...
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