FLIGHT TRAINING PUBLICATION (FLIP) STUDENT GUIDE
Route and Area Restrictions
A list of states in which there are route and area restrictions to flight are found in AP/1. Prior to
flying into any of these areas, AP/1 should be consulted to preclude occurrence of a dangerous
situation of a flight violation. An example of a route or area restriction is shown in Figure 2-2.
A292 - due to high density VFR and IFR student flying
training the area of Pensacola, an acute collision potential
exists to unannounced transient air operations in A292.
Consequently, it is strongly advised that transiting pilots
contact Pensacola Approach Control or Navy Whiting
Tower, prior to entering A292, in order to obtain student
traffic information and suggested best routing through the
area. Pilots unable to make such prior contact or not desirous
of this service are strongly advised to cross the area on
airways above 2000 feet or cross above FL 235.
R2901 - Extensive High Speed Jet Traffic in area
surrounding R2901 and MacDill AFB Auxiliary 24 hours
Figure 2-2 Route or Area Restrictions
Supplementary Airport Remarks
The Supplementary Airport Remarks section was designed to contain information that would
have been published in the Remarks section of the IFR Enroute Supplement, but is listed here
due to space limitations. It is an alphabetical listing of those airports affected and should be
consulted prior to flight to any one of them. A remark in the IFR Enroute Supplement will direct
you to consult AP/1 for the supplementary remarks (Figure 2-3).
2-4 AREA PLANNING 1, 1A, AND 1B