INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
208. AREA PLANNING (AP/1)
Notice that the front cover states that this publication covers North and South America. Now
turn to the Table of Contents and examine Chapter Three. This chapter is solely dedicated to the
North American Region and further divided between Canada and the United States. The
following questions can be found in Chapter Three of AP/1 and are listed in the order of the
information found in the publications.
a. Quota Flow Control.
ARTCCs will hold _______________ number of aircraft that their primary and
secondary holding fixes will safely accommodate without imposing undue limitations
on control of other traffic operating within the ARTCC's airspace.
b. High Density Traffic Areas (HDTAs).
Certain airports have so much traffic that they occasionally reach the 100% saturation
point. That is, Approach Control, Departure Control, and the Tower cannot handle any
additional air traffic. These airports and surrounding areas have been designated
HDTAs. A system of controls has been established that regulates the flow of traffic
into these areas. The five designated HDTA airports are as follows: _______________,
_______________, _______________, _______________ and_______________.
c. Class B Airspace.
A(n) _______________ _______________ is required for all aircraft to operate in the
area (Class B airspace).
d. Class C Airspace.
The airspace area between the 5NM and 10NM rings begins at a height of __________.
Flight Hazards Florida.
Transiting pilots are strongly advised to contact Pensacola _______________ or
_______________ tower prior to entering A-292.
Route and Area Restrictions.
How many Department of Energy (DOE) facilities are listed? _______________
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