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Jet routes are included in what type of airspace?

A. Class A
B. Class B
C. Class C
Class A
The airspace that generally extends from the surface to 10,000 feet MSL and surrounds a busy airport is designated as Class ______ Airspace.

A. A
B. B
C. C
B
The authority and responsibility for flying in Class G Airspace belong to the

A. pilot.
B. military.
C. air traffic controller.
pilot
The Special Use Airspace that overlies an aerial gunnery range is called a ______ Area.

A. Prohibited
B. Restricted
C. Warning
Restricted
What type of Special Use Airspace is found over international waters?

A. Prohibited Area
B. Controlled Firing Area
C. Warning Area
Warning Area
Prohibited Area vertical airspace begins at

A. 3,000 feet.
B. the surface of the Earth.
C. 1,500 feet.
the surface of the Earth.
In what type of airspace would a high volume of pilot training take place?

A. Restricted Area
B. Controlled Firing Area
C. Alert Area
Alert Area
The lower limit of Class B Airspace is

A. 1,200 feet AGL.
B. 1,200 feet MSL.
C. 1,500 feet AGL.
D. the surface.
D. the surface.
the surface
What is generally the vertical limit of Class D Airspace?

A. FL450
B. 18,000 MSL
C. 2,500 feet above airport
D. 3,500 AGL
2,500 feet above airport
The upper vertical limit of Class A Airspace is

A. FL180.
B. FL240.
C. FL450.
D. FL600.
FL600
A Prohibited Area is identified by the letter ______ and a number.

A. R
B. M
C. P
D. W
P
A Warning Area is established beyond ______ miles from the coast of the United States.

A. 1
B. 3
C. 5
D. 10
3
Military Operations Areas consist of airspace of defined dimensions established for the purpose of

A. separating certain military training activities from IFR traffic.
B. restricting VFR flights.
C. providing airspace in the event of national emergencies.
D. protecting military airports.
separating certain military training activities from IFR traffic.
What airspace contains Federal VOR airways?

A. Class A
B. Class C
C. Class E
D. Class G
Class E
What airspace is generally established from the surface to 4,000 feet above the airport elevation and has an operational control tower?

A. Class B
B. Class C
C. Class D
D. Class E
Class C
Airspace of defined dimensions, confined activities, and limitations imposed on nonusers is identified as

A. Uncontrolled.
B. Class E.
C. Special Use.
D. Class G.
Special Use
The upper limit of Class G Airspace is ________.
the base of overlying airspace
Between a Restricted Area and a Prohibited Area, which one would be the most dangerous to aircraft? Why?
In Restricted Areas, hazardous activities (aerial gunnery, artillery firing, etc.) are conducted within the designated airspace. Prohibited Areas do not have such activities and are established to keep aircraft out only
What is a major difference between uncontrolled and controlled airspace?
Controlled airspace is a defined area where air traffic services are provided and aircraft operators are subject to certain qualifications, rules, and requirements. In uncontrolled airspace, however, air traffic control exercises no authority and has no responsibility for aircraft flying within it