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to sketch this one out on a blank sheet of paper
make sure to review the airport operations lecture!
this is one of the most complicated sectional chart excerpts you’ll encounter
it’s crowded and difficult to interpret
take your time to first identify where hicks airport (t67) is located
you’ll then want to look for the fraction 110/40 that indicates the ceiling and floor of class b airspace in that part of the chart
each section that’s enclosed by the blue solid line has a different ceiling and floor, so scan your eyes inside of the closed space that hicks airport sits in
the 110/40 means that in that part of the chart, the ceiling of the class b airspace is 11,000 ft
msl, and the floor is 4,000 ft
while the part 107 regulations state a maximum altitude of 400 ft
agl, you’re allowed to fly higher than that as long as you’re within 400 ft
you’re even allowed to fly up to 400 ft
over the topmost part of that tower
in this case, the height of the high-intensity lighted group of structures under construction 9 statute miles (sm) south of norfolk intl airport is 453 ft
if you’re flying “as high as allowed under part 107,” you’d be flying 453 ft
after locating montrose rgnl (mtj) airport, you need to look around it to identify the quadrant that it’s in
the airport info text spans two quadrants, but the airport icon is in the top right quadrant
then, look for the maximum elevation figure (mef) in that quadrant
it’s a big number 11, and a little number 7
the large number represents thousands of feet msl
the small number represents hundreds of feet msl
so that’s where we are getting 11,700 ft
remember that the mef is the minimum altitude that you can fly in a given quadrangle and still be able to clear all obstacles in that quadrangle, including terrain and obstructions
the maximum elevation is rounded up and then another 100 ft
the blue lines are victor airways
on a sectional chart, these show up as thick, faded blue lines that run between either two vhf omnidirectional range (vor) stations, or a vor and a vor intersection
victor airways are identified by a number, similar to an interstate highway
victor airways are always designated as class e airspace and extend from a base of 1,200 ft
that’s why the minimum altitude / lowest elevation as asked in this question will be 1,200 ft
after locating the pierre rgnl airport (pir) icon on the chart, look for the airport information text next to the icon
remember that in the testing supplement legend, you’re actually being told exactly where a lot of information is on the sectional chart
in this case, if we want to find the ctaf frequency, we can consult the legend:
the ctaf frequency is always going to be to the left of the circle c icon
in the legend section above, the ctaf frequency is also the ct or control tower frequency, and it is 118
in this question, the ctaf frequency is 122
a) ifr training flights above 1,500 feet agl at speeds in excess of 250 knots
b) vfr training flights above 1,500 feet agl at speeds less than 250 knots
c) instrument training flights below 1,500 feet agl at speeds in excess of 150 knots
a military training route (mtr) is used by the military for conducting low-altitude, high-speed flight training
typically, the routes above 1,500 ft
agl are flown under instrument flight rules (ifr), and the routes flown under 1,500 ft
agl are flown under visual flight rules (vfr)
on a sectional chart, mtrs are identified as ifr (ir) and vfr (vr), followed by a number
all of this information is displayed on a straight line, with an arrow
4, and atis is a nongovernment air/ground radio communication station which may provide airport information at public use airports where there’s no tower or fss
b) 126
8, and atis is a continuous broadcast of recorded aeronautical information in busier airports
c) 122
95, and atis is a continuous broadcast of recorded aeronautical information in busier airports
atis broadcasts, which are typically broadcast over a discrete very high frequency (vhf) radio frequency, contain essential information, such as weather information, active runways, available approaches, notam, and any other information required by the pilots
pilots listen to atis broadcast information before contacting the local air traffic controller, in order to reduce the controllers’ workload and to prepare their flight
after locating the corpus christi intl airport (crp) icon on the chart, look for the airport information text next to the icon
remember that in the testing supplement legend, you’re actually being told exactly where a lot of information is on the sectional chart
in this case, if we want to find the atis frequency, we can consult the legend:
looking back at figure 60, the atis frequency at corpus christi intl airport (crp) is 126
while the part 107 regulations state a maximum altitude of 400 ft
agl, you’re allowed to fly higher than that as long as you’re within 400 ft
you’re even allowed to fly up to 400 ft
over the topmost part of that tower
in this case, the high-intensity lighted tower 12 statute miles (sm) southeast (se) of lake drummond is 1,036 ft
if you’re flying “as high as allowed under part 107,” you’d be flying 1,036 ft
a) class e airspace from the surface to 1,200

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