Pilot’s guide to flying in Class E and G airspace (video tip)

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The vast majority of airspace below 18,000′ in the US is classified as either Class E or Class G and does not require communication with ATC to enter when flying in VFR conditions. This video explores how you can identify the boundaries of Class E and G airspace on a sectional chart and the operational considerations when flying in each.

The video tip is from Sporty’s 2023 Learn to Fly Course

Bret Koebbe