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Are you trying to learn the National Airspace System? From Class A to G, plus special use and restricted airspace, there's a lot to cover.
We'll help you get there fast. This course covers all you need to know about airspace - from how to find it on a chart, to ATC requirements and weather minimums. And, you'll answer real-world check ride questions - so you won't be caught off-guard by your examiner. You can learn at your own pace and with a free demo on Class B airspace, there's no risk to try it.
How does this course bring you up to speed on airspace? You'll cover the National Airspace System with interactive training content, real-world practice sessions and comprehensive exams. And, the course works on your computer, tablet and phone, so you can train anywhere.Buy For $24.99 Free Demo
What does the course cover? You'll learn everything you need to know about the National Airspace System for your check ride, including:
You'll cover Class A, B, C, D, E, and G airspace, including:
You'll cover all of the special use airspace, including:
After this course, you'll quickly answer any airspace question on your check ride. And, when you're flying, you'll truly understand the airspace you're flying through.So, how do you cover all of this stuff? We've got interactive content with clear graphics, lots of practice exercises and comprehensive exams!
What is "interactive content?" We break down all of the information in clear, concise explanations - and each explanation uses graphics to help you visualize the information.
As you read through each section, the graphics change to highlight what you're learning - borders pop out and altitudes highlight - so you can quickly see what you're learning.
And, you can jump around to focus on what you're interested in. Each section is broken down into simple blocks of information - like "Class B Airspace - Weather Minimums." It's easy to look information up.
Best of all, you can learn at your own pace. You're never stuck waiting for a narrator to finish reading the text on the screen. You can move through as fast as you want.
Clear explanations and graphics are a great way to cover new material, but practice exercises make sure you can use - and remember - the information.
After major blocks of information, you'll take practice exercises. These exercises ask you real-world questions about what you've just learned. They're the same kind of questions your examiner will ask - and the kinds of questions you'll need to answer when you're out flying.
The questions come from a variety of sectional charts and are picked randomly - so you can practice as long as you want without seeing the same questions over-and-over again. And, you don't have to practice all at once - we save your progress so you can come back anytime you want and pick up where you left off.
You want to make sure you're ready to pass - and you want to feel confident walking in to your check ride. Our tests make sure you are.
You'll take a test after major sections - quickly evaluating your knowledge so you know if you're ready to move on. You can review your incorrect and correct answers, so you know why you got questions right or wrong. And, you can retake the tests as often as you want - we'll record your highest score with a badge.
A final test wraps up everything about airspace - and makes sure you remember everything you've covered. It's a great way to know that you're ready to go.
What's a great way to build confidence for your check ride? Practice - with real-world examiner questions. This course contains five specialized practice sessions to help you focus on common check-ride questions and problem areas:
This practice exercise picks an altitude and a point on the map - you need to figure out what class of airspace you're in. It's a classic examiner question. And, you'll see questions on every airspace class - from A to G.
This practice exercise expands on the last - picking an altitude and a point on a map. You need to figure out what the weather requirements are for that class of airspace. You'll see this on your check ride, too.
This practice exercise covers everything you should know about controlled and uncontrolled airspace - including floors, ceilings, weather minimums, and requirements.
This practice picks out various special use airspace areas and asks you about their requirements and restrictions. You'll be ready to answer any of your examiner's questions on special use airspace.
If it's airspace, and it's on the chart, this practice covers it. It's a great comprehensive review to make sure you're ready to pass.
Sometimes, you just want to explore the chart. Pick a point see the airspace stack - where each class starts and stops. With Airspace Freeplay, you can look at sectional chart areas, click anywhere on the map, and see a breakdown of airspace and weather minimums. It's a great way to learn on your own!
The course runs through your web browser, so you can use your computer, tablet or phone - including Apple, Android and Windows. So, you can train wherever, and whenever, you want. Plus, you can download the course so you can study even when you're offline.
As you train, the course saves your progress on our secure cloud. You can start training on your laptop, and then pick back up on your phone. It's easy and seamless.
Add the course to your tablet or phone's home screen and you can train when you're offline. Once you connect, open the course and your progress will automatically sync with our cloud.
Complete each topic and earn a badge for your highest score.
Email your test scores to your CFI to keep them in the loop.