'Know Before You Go' airspace primer set up

Aviation International News » July 2003
July 28, 2008, 11:43 AM

A new online training program designed to help pilots navigate safely and legally through the ever-shifting airspace regulatory maze has been introduced by AOPA’s Air Safety Foundation. Know Before You Go, Navigating Today’s Airspace is a free, interactive program that delves into how to get and interpret information on TFRs, ADIZs, FRZs and Special FAR 94 around Washington, D.C. The course also offers a printable “intercept memory card” to keep in your flight bag in case you find yourself on the receiving end of a jet fighter intercept. View the program at www.aopa.org/asf/know_before.

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