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What is international airspace?

Airspace is the part of the atmosphere that is controlled by the  country below. For international airspace, the sovereign airspace  of a country matches the maritime territ (MORE)
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What are the different classes of aviation airspace?

Airspace in the US is classified into the following categories: A, B, C, D, E, and G. The airspace is ordered from Class A-Tightest control to Class G-No control. Class A ai (MORE)

Why do fish need airspace?

The fish do not need airspace as such. The surface of the water the fish is in needs air space for the transfer of gasses (in particular Ammonium and CO2 out and O in). The ba (MORE)

What is Max airspeed in Class C and D airspace?

Sec. 91.117 - Aircraft speed. (a) Unless otherwise authorized by the Administrator, no person may operate an aircraft below 10,000 feet MSL at an indicated airspeed of more th (MORE)

Does the airspace over my property near an existing airport have value and is airspace real property?

You have asked a complicated question. Consider the following: Ownership of real property can include rights in the airspace above the property. Airports can acquire easemen (MORE)

How can I designate airspace over my house?

According to the U.S. Supreme Court in the landmark 1946 case   U.S. v. Causby, a property owner has rights to the airspace  over his house only to the extent necessary to (MORE)