|Quoting Nbgskygod (Thread starter):|
according to the A/FD and our recent FAA inspection our airspace becomes class Golf.
|Quoting Soku39 (Reply 2):|
N231YE, I'd also like to say most class Ds don't have approach but Mansfield, Youngstown, and Erie do which are just a few of those anamolies I was speaking of. (and I do realize it's airspace that you and I are really familiar with which is probably why you used that example I'm guessing)
|Quoting Mir (Reply 3):|
Now I just have to find the publication that confirms that. To the FARs!!!
|Quoting N231YE (Reply 6):|
You are correct: It is an airport I frequent. Ironically, MFD has radar service, but it's only a class D. Why it's not a class C or at least a TRSA I have no clue, neither does anybody that I know of (air traffic controllers, the DFE for my PPL, other pilots...)
|Quoting Mir (Reply 9):|
Another question: The LEB Class D extends from the surface (603ft MSL on my sectional chart) up to and including 3100ft MSL (so up to about 2500ft AGL, assuming for the sake of argument that the ground is flat throughout the airspace - though this certainly isn't the case). Class G normally extends only up to 1200ft AGL. So if the airspace is Class G, does that mean that all of it, up to 3100ft MSL is class G, or just up to 1200ft AGL, with Class E above?