National Airspace System


Lesson Objective

The purpose of this airspace ground lesson is to educate the student pilot on the National Airspace System prior to their first solo flight. This lesson was built to meet the Aeronautical Knowledge requirements of FAR §61.87(b); Solo Requirements for Student Pilots. The lesson will also educate the student on the operational procedures at a Class (C) Aerodrome.

Lesson Content

This lesson covers all airspace found in the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), which includes Class A, B, C, D, E, G, Special Use, and Airspace classified as “Other.” This lesson covers VFR Weather Minimums, Speed Limits, Requirements to Enter, Entry/Exit instructions, and Both Lateral & Vertical Dimensions.



The National Airspace System Online Course was designed to educate you on all facets of the NAS. You’ll learn Airspace in great detail, which will enable you to operate in some of the nations busiest airspace, without even breaking a sweat! You’ll be taught Special Use Airspace, and Other Airspace like you’ve never been taught before. You’ll be provided with visual graphics and depictions on what these types, and other types of airspace look like, in the NAS.

This course is a MUST for anyone who operates in real-wold flight, outside of the flight training world. Finally, a course has been designed with the functional, real world pilot, in mind.

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