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Since they are non-Part 71 airspace there would likely not be a regulatory-based list that compiles all of remaining TRSA's. As for the TRSA dimensions they would be defined as published on sectional charts (solid black lines).


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In addition to TomMcW@'s answer, the FAA also installed ILS systems at both KMYF and KCRQ and implemented Class B airspace around KSAN. The Cessna wasn't just allowed near busy airspace, they were specifically doing ILS training at the airfield executing a missed approach under VFR. Adding ILS systems at GA airports didn't directly change ATC procedures or ...


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