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What is a Prohibited Area?

Airspace of defined dimensions within which the flight of aircraft is prohibited

2

What is a Restricted Area?

Airspace of defined dimensions within which the flight of aircraft is restricted in accordance with certain specified conditions

3

What is a Danger Area?

Airspace which has been notified as such within which activities dangerous to the flight of aircraft may take place

4

May an aircraft fly in a Danger Area?

Yes unless the danger area is protected by Bye-Laws made under the Military Lands Act 1892

5

With reference to danger areas what does a solid red line represent?

A scheduled Danger Area

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With reference to danger areas what does a broken red line represent?

A notified Danger Area

7

With reference to danger areas what does a red cross red line represent?

That a Danger Area crossing service is available from the nominated unit

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With reference to danger areas what do 2 overlapping 'S' symbols represent?

That a Danger Area Activity Information Service (DAAIS) is available from the nominated unit

9

With reference to danger areas what does a vertical red line with 2 horizontal red lines crossing through it represent?

The the upper limit of the Danger Area is occasionally raised by Class 1 NOTAM

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With reference to danger areas what does a solid red line with an upwards arrow represent?

A Danger Area which may be active up to levels below those indicated on the chart

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With reference to danger areas what does a solid red diamond represent?

These times are 1 hr earlier in summer

12

What does D701/30.0 mean

A danger area which is located between 57N and 58N active to 30,000ft

13

What is an Area of Intense Aerial Activity?

Airspace within which the intensity of civil and/or military flying is exceptionally high, or where aircraft, either singly or in combination with others regularly participate in unusual manoeuvres

14

When are Air-Air Refuelling Areas Available?

Some are permanently available other are active when notified

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What is an Aerial Tactics Area?

Airspace of defined dimensions designated for air combat training within which high energy manoeuvres are regularly practiced by aircraft formations

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What colour are Prohibited and Restricted Areas on a Chart?

Purple

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What does a Blue Circle Indicate?

High Intensity Radio Transmission Area

18

What does a Green Circle indicate?

A Bird Sanctuary

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What is a circle with a cross in it?

A small arms range

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What does a black circle indicate?

A Gas venting area

21

What does a black circle with a 'G' inside indicate?

A Glider Sight

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What does a black circle with a 'M' inside indicate?

A Microlighting Sight

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What does a black circle with a 'H' inside indicate?

A Helicopter Sight

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What is the symbol for a Hang Gliding Sight

A solid black V shape

25

What is a CANP?

Low Level Civil Aircraft Notification Procedure

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What is the purpose of a CANP

To aid with deconfliction with low-flying Military aircraft

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When is a military aircraft classed as low-flying?

Aircraft - When flying within 2000ft of the surface
Helicopters and a/c of 140kts or less - When within 500ft of the surface

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What types of activity are notified under CANP?

Commercial Aerial Activities
Recreational Aerial Activities
Other Aerial Activities

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How does the AIP define a Land-based Air Navigation Obstacle?

Any building or work, including waste heaps, which attains or exceeds a height of 300ft agl