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Airspace class is not the same as airspace ownership. TRACONs own a larger (often far, far larger) chunk of airspace, both horizontally and vertically, than is designated class B/C/TRSA. You can see rough maps of airspace owned by TRACONs in the answers to this question. Unfortunately, exact dimensions are not published anywhere by the FAA, so all we have ...


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The commenters have a good point that the SOP documents you liked are for hobbyist simulation and are not necessarily faithful reproductions of real-world procedures. But even in the real world who owns which specific volume of the air at which specific altitudes is not necessarily correlated with the regulatory airspace class for a given volume of air at a ...


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Since VFR flight plans are only used for SAR, and your route would only matter if you aren’t talking to ATC, I would file the route you intend to take if ATC denies you the B transition—or refuses to talk to you entirely. If they do talk to you and grant the transition, then there will be a clear record of your actual path, and nobody will bother to look at (...


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In answer to your specific question, as I understand you are asking, I would just put in the intended route (e.g., Bay Shore Transition) in the "route of flight" section and the route outside of class B airspace in the "Other Information" section.(annotating it as another potential route you might fly). But keep in mind, for a VFR flight, ...


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