cosync
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Transition Bravo Airspace.

Sat Apr 27, 2002 7:11 pm

if i remember correctly, here in australia clas b airspace is the really high airspace. on fs2002 is the australian airspace just categorized like it is in USA or something?
 
sushka
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RE: Transition Bravo Airspace.

Sun Apr 28, 2002 11:55 am

I dont really undersatand your question  Smile but class Bravo airspace can be refered to as an upsidedown wedding cake. As you get closer the airspace becomes lower until it eventualy goes to the surface.
hope this helps  Big thumbs up
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Continental
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RE: Transition Bravo Airspace.

Mon Apr 29, 2002 6:10 am

Yup, it's like the upside down wedding cake, that's what my instructor told me when I first started flying.

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cosync
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RE: Transition Bravo Airspace.

Mon Apr 29, 2002 7:12 pm

oh i see. so its the one that is never the same altitude. i see.
 
jwenting
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RE: Transition Bravo Airspace.

Mon Apr 29, 2002 8:14 pm

In FS the entire world is modelled to use the US ATC system. This is not entirely realistic of course but does make it easier on the casual user who now does not have to learn 200 different systems before moving to VATSIM  Smile/happy/getting dizzy
It's also a lot cheaper to develop this way which means you pay less for FS than you would have otherwise.
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cosync
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RE: Transition Bravo Airspace.

Mon Apr 29, 2002 9:11 pm

ah ok.
i thought that might be the case.

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