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Swiss Airspace

Postby Frank » 18 Jul 2018, 16:50

In Switzerland there are 20 glider areas. They are determined as restricted areas. All of them are not restricted for traffic other than ifr. You can find them all in the aip, e.g. LS-R27 and LS-R28 at the french-swiss border.

It would be nice, when the development team could specify this not only with "special use", rather with "gliding area, ifr forbidden" or something else.

Thank you.

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Re: Swiss Airspace

Postby kitercuda » 30 Aug 2018, 06:33

I cannot find LS-R27 in database.
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Re: Swiss Airspace

Postby Frank » 17 Sep 2018, 19:23

LS-R27
NEUCHATEL

LS-R28
YVERDON

In FlyisFun they are called "27 NEUCHATEL" and "28 YVERDON" and so on.
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Re: Swiss Airspace

Postby RogerF » 28 Sep 2018, 10:47

Just FYI, for the gliders area in Belgium, I add them manually via an OpenAir file.
For the type, I use "Controlled - G class".
This allows me to display them.

Controlled/G class is not too far from the reality as these area are normally controlled but become G space when active.
Also, G is a good acronym for "Gliders". ;)
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