Definition of Airspace. Meaning of Airspace. Synonyms of Airspace

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Definition of Airspace

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Meaning of Airspace from wikipedia

- Airspace is the portion of the atmosphere controlled by a country above its territory, including its territorial waters or, more generally, any specific...
- The world's navigable airspace is divided into three-dimensional segments, each of which is ****igned to a specific cl****. Most nations adhere to the cl****ification...
- Prohibited airspace refers to an area (volume) of airspace within which flight of aircraft is not allowed, usually due to security concerns. It is one...
- The United States airspace system's cl****ification scheme is intended to maximize pilot flexibility within acceptable levels of risk appropriate to the...
- to the airspace cl****es set by ICAO, there is no cl**** F airspace but cl**** G airspace is uncontrolled. It is the opposite of controlled airspace. ATC does...
- Canadian airspace is the region of airspace above the surface of the Earth that falls within a region roughly defined as either the Canadian land m****...
- Restricted airspace is an area of airspace typically used by the military in which the local controlling authorities have determined that air traffic...
- Controlled airspace is airspace of defined dimensions within which ATC services are provided. The level of control varies with different cl****es of airspace. Controlled...
- landings), and cloud clearances. The exact requirements vary by type of airspace, whether it is day or night (for countries that permit night VFR), and...
- region of airspace in which a flight information service and an alerting service (ALRS) are provided. It is the largest regular division of airspace in use...
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