SkyVector is a great online resource to understand FAA Sectionals (aeronautical charts) for flight planning (staying out of airport zones). Just punch in your airport code near you.
Many of our members are FAA pilots and a great source for answering questions related to charts or airspace as well as other regulations pertaining to full size aircraft.
Got something like that for Canada?
Would be nice...
The same info is available at skyvector for Canada.
different chart thats all. type YUL or montreal and it will bring the local map
hehe ok got it!
for "clean" area around Toronto I guess we can just forget about it!
It's important to understand that those circles are at different altitudes, like an upside down stacked wedding cake. In highly congested areas (like my hometown San Francisco) smaller aircraft flying VFR (visual flight rules) have to duck under the airspace around airports, for the most part. Under 1500 feet you will see that you have a lot more space before you reach "controlled" airspace. However, the general rules for minimum distance still apply,
What I'm saying is that just because the international airport has a 30 mile zone at 1,500 - 10,000 ft, doesn't mean you can't fly anywhere in those 30 miles. The circle of airspace for 0-1500 is likely a lot less than 30 miles.
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