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Canadian Aviation Regulations

Version of section 601.01 from 2006-03-22 to 2006-06-29:

  •  (1) Controlled airspace consists of the following types of airspace:

    • (a) control area extensions;

    • (b) control zones;

    • (c) high level airways;

    • (d) high level airspace;

    • (e) low level airways;

    • (f) Arctic, Northern and Southern Control Areas;

    • (g) terminal control areas;

    • (h) transition areas;

    • (i) restricted airspace;

    • (j) advisory airspace;

    • (k) military operations areas; and

    • (l) danger areas.

  • (2) Uncontrolled airspace consists of the following types of airspace:

    • (a) high level air routes;

    • (b) low level air routes;

    • (c) restricted airspace;

    • (d) advisory airspace;

    • (e) military operations areas; and

    • (f) danger areas.

  • (3) The horizontal and vertical limits of any airspace of a type referred to in subsection (1) or (2) shall be as specified in the Designated Airspace Handbook.

  • (4) The geographical locations of and the horizontal and vertical limits of the following areas, zones, regions and points are as specified in the Designated Airspace Handbook:

    • (a) air defence identification zones;

    • (b) altimeter setting regions;

    • (c) standard pressure regions;

    • (d) mountainous regions;

    • (e) holding points;

    • (f) reporting points;

    • (g) intersections;

    • (h) control towers;

    • (i) military terminal control areas;

    • (j) flight information regions; and

    • (k) any other areas, zones, regions and points that are specified in the Designated Airspace Handbook.

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