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Does anyone have a specific way they remeber cloud clearnace and airspace information for helicopters? My check-ride is coming up and I am trying to figure out a way to keep it simple. Since I already have my PPL-ASEL, since 2002, I don't have all the written knowledge stuff embeded like I used to.

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Other than just memorizing it, there isn't any real easy way I can think of. I'm trying to get them down, too, and my brain just doesn't do well when it comes to "trivia" like that.

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Does anyone have a specific way they remeber cloud clearnace and airspace information for helicopters? My check-ride is coming up and I am trying to figure out a way to keep it simple. Since I already have my PPL-ASEL, since 2002, I don't have all the written knowledge stuff embeded like I used to.

 

 

As far as for helicopters it's the exact same as for airplanes. The one and only diference is Class G below 1200. Visibility is see and avoid as oposed to the 1sm for FW. Other then that then what ever you used to remember them the 1st time around.

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When the tower rejects your request for VFR departure, you simply state you are departing SVFR......you mean you have to stay away from clouds too ??

 

These rules are never easily remembered until the night before the test. I still keep a cheat sheet on my kneeboard, just haven't looked at it in years !

 

 

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