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VFR in controlled airspace
08-19-2011, 11:10 PM
Post: #1
Can light aircraft flying under VFR enter TMA?
If they can, will they be under the TMA controller (approach) or still under Information?
What kind of service can the Approach controller provide to the VFR aircraft in TMA?

Best example is flying around Port Klang or Kajang area, you will be under Lumpur information & limited to 2000ft & below. Can you request to go higher than that?
09-06-2011, 01:59 PM
Post: #2
Under ICAO & CAR, there is no problem VFR flying inside Control Airspace such as CTR & TMA. Non transponder equipped aircraft also permitted to operate under such condition but with permission from controller. Transponder is just for surveillance purposes and do not object with flight operation. RT is a must. It depends on the location of the aircraft operate. If within Subang, it will be under Subang TWR. If near to KLIA, KLIA TWR will take the responsibility. Other than that is under Lumpur Information.

Yup, you can request but it is almost impossible to approve by Lumpur Approach / Director due to KLIA traffic.. :Big Grin:
09-07-2011, 01:38 AM
Post: #3
If you are approved enter controlled airspace (eg. above 2000ft at Kajang), will you be handed over to App/Director or still maintain with Lumpur Info?
09-07-2011, 03:59 PM
Post: #4
M.. Mostly Lumpur Approach/Director will release 2500ft/GND to respective unit such as Sempang Tower, Subang Tower, KLIA or Information. In condition that can endanger other traffic or in distress situation, then Approach will take the responsibility. But most of the time Information will handle the traffic. It depends on the traffic sir, if to near to any approach / departure path, it is nearly impossible to operate more than 1000ft.
01-21-2014, 07:07 PM
Post: #5
VFR is important for the fly of any flight. It also help in the air.

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