Regulations

Cockpit View Over Lake
When You Can Descend Below Minimums
The FAA requires pilots to meet three requirements before descending below instrument approach minimums.
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What Pilots Should Know About Class C Airspace
Class C airspace dimensions, airport criteria, equipment, and pilot certification. As well as VFR weather minimums and aircraft speed restrictions.
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The Ultimate Guide To Special VFR Clearances
A Special VFR (SVFR) clearance allows a pilot to conduct VFR flight while current meteorological conditions are less than basic VFR weather minimums.
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Class B Airspace
Class B airspace dimensions, airport criteria, equipment, and pilot certification. As well as VFR weather minimums and aircraft speed restrictions.
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Class A Airspace
A deep dive into Class A airspace dimensions, operational and equipment requirements, weather minimums, required pilot certification, and speed restrictions.
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Foreword View From Cessna Skyhawk Over A Broken Cloud Layer
Required Pre-Solo Endorsements
Student pilots must receive their pre-solo aeronautical knowledge test, pre-solo flight training, and initial solo endorsement before their first solo.
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NTSB Reporting
NTSB reporting key terms, notification requirements, preservation of aircraft wreckage, and crewmember statements described in 49 CFR 830.
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Approach Categories
Approach Categories
How to determine your aircrafts approach category, and how your aircraft's approach category affects your next instrument approach.
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VFR Weather Minimums
The distances and visibilities a pilot is required to maintain while operating under VFR in and around different types of airspace.
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Minimum Safe Altitudes
14 CFR Part 91.119 lists the lowest altitude, or minimum safe altitude, that a pilot may operate an aircraft at any given time.
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