IFR into “Non-Controlled” Airspace!

April 13, 2019 David St. George

Once upon a time, long ago, only an ILS got you to the ground in seriously crappy weather and the FAA protected that arrival from local “VFR” traffic with a 700agl echo transition airspace (and even a surface area echo). This assured some legal separation for IFR from VFR traffic. But now we fly LPV … Continue reading "IFR into “Non-Controlled” Airspace!"

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