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  1. ... flight following. Under VFR flight following, the center controller will not obtain... (AIM), and much of it is also in the FAA 's "Pilots Handbook of ...

    4 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 18/02/2008

  2. no. Any aircraft can go VFR . Not all aircraft (or pilots) can fly IFR... below 10,000 feet, regardless of IFR or VFR for most aircraft. (military aircraft can get exemption)

    7 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 26/12/2008

  3. ... Flight Rules are very extensive, and are... will have to go to the FAA s web site and look them up... is not legal to fly VFR on top of an overcast without the ...

    3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 23/09/2009

  4. ...you are referring to FAA regs, then 3000 ft in class...or E airspace is VFR or uncontrolled if above VFR ... which doesn t require the rule , but watch out more carefully because...

    7 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 27/09/2008

  5. ... with many different types of aircraft. Pilot adherence to VFR rules must be exercised at all times. Further, when operating...

    3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 04/02/2008

  6. In daytime VFR , according to FAA rules (91.151), all pilots must PLAN for an extra 30 minutes more...

    4 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 22/12/2010

  7. ... Administration ( FAA ) flight plan in the US. The process... the type of flight. It will be VFR (visual flight rules ), IFR (instrument flight rules ...

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 16/03/2007

  8. ... to do any thing as far as the FAA is concerned. You would... will be conducted under visual flight rules ( VFR ) and which is used or intended...

    8 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 27/04/2011

  9. ... to file IFR flight plans and airspace, if not, remain VFR - Radio operator restricted licence - Medical 2nd class (3rd class if FAA ) - As far as an operation certificate and aircraft documents: AOC...

    3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 10/12/2011

  10. ... on board such as instruments for Day VFR to IFR. Again part 91 is required...well. Best put part 91 is a operations rule all for pilots.

    9 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 29/07/2008

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