anthonycII wrote:Novice question. In commercial aviation who decides on a flights use of VFR or IFR? I believe, and correct me if I'm wrong, once decided upon it can not be changed mid-flight regardless of weather conditions.
zeke wrote:jetblueguy22 wrote:One thing to keep in mind is once you cross FL180, you need to be under IFR, so you wouldn't be able to go VFR even if you wanted to.
flyDTW1992 wrote:zeke wrote:jetblueguy22 wrote:One thing to keep in mind is once you cross FL180, you need to be under IFR, so you wouldn't be able to go VFR even if you wanted to.
It's correct if it's over the US.
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