Regardless of weather conditions, an ATC authorization is required before operating in Class B airspace. In these locations, aircraft must meet additional rules and requirements to cross airspace. They are usually found in special Air Force bases and are shown on a white background with both sides surrounded by blue and with their teeth pointing inward (see figure 1). The rules will be placed in the same box in a separate box.
A student pilot can fly in these places alone, but for this he needs a special endorsement and training provided by his flight instructor. Located in regions of irregular air activity or intense pilot training, alert areas warn pilots of other hazards. He fell in love with tailwheeled planes during his primary training and got an endorsement the following week for his private pilot flight.