With 3-D graphics and animation, this comprehensive program demystifies the complex types of airspace in use today. Describes and explains the various classes of airspace, their operating rules, dimensions and charting symbols. Examples are given for each class of "alphabet" airspace as well as Special Use Airspace. Includes invaluable sections on TFRs, national security areas, military intercept procedures and discusses the Washington, DC SFRA and its laser-based Visual Warning System. This is essential information for all pilots. This app will help you maintain your knowledge of the different types of airspace—great for students, instructors, and experienced pilots alike. With the intuitive menu, you’ll be able to quickly access the topics you want to watch. Also included is a review quiz based on content from the videos. After finishing the questions you’ll receive instant feedback on your score and be able to review missed questions. There’s even a way to quickly review the video segment from which the question is based! And you'll find the Airspace chapter from the Pilot’s Handbook or Aeronautical Knowledge handbook – complete with a table of contents to quickly access each section. This provides additional study material to help you master the U.S. airspace system. And this app is APPROVED FOR FAA WINGS CREDIT!!! Visit sportys.com/wings for more information on the FAA Wings program. Airspace Review covers the following topics: •Class A •Class B •Class C •Class D •Class E •Class G •Terminal Radar Service Area (TRSA) •Special Use Airspace -Restricted Areas -Prohibited Areas -Warning Areas -Military Operations Areas (MOA) -Alert Areas -Controlled Firing Areas •Military Training Routes (MTR) •Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR) •Parachute Jump Areas •Special Class B Routing -VFR Flyways -VFR Corridors -RNAV IFR Transition Routes •National Security Areas •Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) •Washington D.C. SFRA •Air to Air Intercept Procedures Sporty’s Pilot Shop is the world’s leading provider of aviation training material, having trained thousands of pilots for over 50 years.