Understanding Airspace - Interactive eLearning Course

Rod Machado

$ 29.95 

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Understanding Airspace for All Pilots- $29.95 (3 Hrs., 05 Min) 

Rod Machado's course on Understanding Airspace for all Pilots is a fun filled course that helps all pilots better understand our present airspace system and a pilot's obligation when operating within it. This course is designed for anyone interested in passing their private, commercial or CFI knowledge or practical exam. It's also a valuable course for rusty pilots desiring to regain their currency. But this isn't just another course on airspace. It's a detailed, fun-filled course that provides explanations as to "Why" the airspace exists the way it does. It's not enough to know the rules. It's also very important to know the reason behind them.

In this course you'll learn everything that you would learn in a traditional airspace course including the following:

  • Why the modern airspace system is constructed the way it is.
  • Why Class A airspace begins at 18,000 feet (FL180).
  • Why Class E begins at either 700' or 1,200' AGL.
  • Why SVFR minimums are 1 mile and clear of clouds.
  • Why VFR in Class E below 10,000' is 3 miles.
  • Why VFR cloud clearance is often higher above than below the clouds.
  • Why VFR in Class G below 700' is 1 mile and clear of clouds.
  • Why pilots can estimate their own flight visibility for SVFR ops at satellites airports.
  • A great lesson on the history of our airspace system in the United States.
  • And so much more!
  • All eLearning courses come with accompanying text in "Notes" section of player.
  • Each course section comes with quizzes to test your knowledge.

Note: Purchased eLearning courses are accessible anytime from the "Customer Login" section, after you log in. Please click the "How to View This Course" tab below and learn how to use your tablet device for best viewing.

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Airspace Course Contents

How to View (Find) Your eLearning Course

1. Visit www.rodmachado.com using your iPad, Android Tablet, or desktop browser, depending on the device(s) you want to use when viewing this course. You can view this course on all your devices.

2. If you already have an account on Rod Machado’s site, then log in using the “Log-in or sign up” link at the top right hand side of Rod Machado’s home page. You’ll find your link to the course in your account window.

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