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Bob's PPL VFR study guide

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OzMacca created the topic: Bob's PPL VFR study guide

Hi

I just bought the PPL study guide (issue 14) and after a few minutes flicking through the pages stopped at the questions on page 4.27

Q1 puzzled me - Re: VFR may operate in Class D airspace without airways clearance
The facing page has a table where under D there is a Yes indicating clearance IS required

Confused ???
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bobtait replied the topic: Re: Bob's PPL VFR study guide

A clearance is required but, strictly speaking. it's not really an airways clearance. AIP ENR 1.1 para 3.1 Note 2, says that if a VFR aircraft is to operate entirely within the Class D airspace and not in the overlying Class C airspace above, the pilot advises the tower of his intentions and an acknowledgment of that transmission from the tower constitutes a clearance to operate in Class D airspace.
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OzMacca replied the topic: Re: Bob's PPL VFR study guide

Thanks for the prompt reply Bob

Note 2 spells it out clearly! Back to the study B)
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