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Class B airspace

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With the new airspace display in the Reality XP GPS, I just had to check this out...Yes, FS 2002 really takes the upper and lower altitude boundaries of class B sectors into account. You can fly under the 'inverted wedding cake' without being prompted to request transition clearance until you climb into a higher sector or cross into one at an altitude within its limits.Not a big deal maybe, because failing to request permission does not carry any penalties (not even a naggong controller-actually, I don't know what would happen in real life), but still a nice touch...

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yeah i noticed that too that if you don't rqst xition then nothing bad happens.. to bad - whats the point if it doesnt have any neg. effects.ciao!Brian S

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The last time that I did that, I got a certified letter from the VFAA(Virtual Federal Aviation Administration).Tim13

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