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FLIGHT TRAINING PUBLICATION (FLIP) STUDENT GUIDE
CHAPTER FIVE
Figure 5-6 Special Use Airspace
At the bottom of the legend, you wi1l see a guide to the Semicircular Cruising Altitudes
(Figure 5-7).
NOTE
VFR operations are not allowed at or above 18,000 feet MSL
(Class A Airspace) over the conterminous United States. VFR
cruising altitudes are printed for altitudes above 18,000 feet MSL
because of small areas of uncontrolled airspace, but for the
purposes of this course, we need not consider these areas.
Figure 5-7 Cruising Altitudes
ENROUTE HIGH ALTITUDE CHART 5-9


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