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There is no doubt that the FAA envisions flight under Instrument Flight Rules in Class G airspace as something that may be done in compliance with the regulations. For example, as another answer pointed out, page 4-3-2 of FAA Order JO 7110.65W gives an example of an IFR clearance containing the following language: WHEN ENTERING CONTROLLED AIRSPACE (...


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Interesting situation to fly IFR in class G. Class G has min VFR vis at 1 mi day. Less than 3 mi vis is classified IFR so to me it appears you are IFR even when flying VFR in class G.


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