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level airspace means an airspace designated and             airspace is a student pilot permit (under the guidance
defined as such in the Designated Airspace                  or control of a flight instructor).
                                                                   (d) VFR flight requires visual contact with
       (b) Unless issued a VFR flight clearance by          the ground or water at all times.
ATC, regardless of the weather conditions or the
                                                                 2. Segments of VOR airways and high level
height of the terrain, no person may operate an
                                                            routes in Canada are based on L/MF navigation aids
aircraft under VMC within Class B airspace.
                                                            and are charted in brown color instead of blue on
       (c) The requirement for entry into Class B           en route charts.

FIG 5-3-1 Adhering to Airways or Routes 5-3-5. Airway or Route Course Changes instrumentation, such as Distance Measuring Equip- ment, may be used by the pilot to lead the turn when a. Pilots of aircraft are required to adhere to making course changes. This is consistent with the airways or routes being flown. Special attention must intent of 14 CFR Section 91.181, which requires be given to this requirement during course changes. pilots to operate along the centerline of an airway and Each course change consists of variables that make along the direct course between navigational aids or the technique applicable in each case a matter only the fixes. pilot can resolve. Some variables which must be considered are turn radius, wind effect, airspeed, b. Turns which begin at or after fix passage may degree of turn, and cockpit instrumentation. An early exceed airway or route boundaries. FIG 5-3-1 turn, as illustrated below, is one method of adhering contains an example flight track depicting this, to airways or routes. The use of any available cockpit together with an example of an early turn. En Route Procedures 5-3-7

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