Gerry,hum wrote:Will the corresponding UK airspace also be Class 'C' ? I believe that Eglinton is curently one of the many UK IFR approaches established outside controlled airspace... If no change is planned to the UK airspace involved it looks like a very strange airspace profile for an approach
Sorry to hijack the thread, but how does this work in general? Say I'm flying to Sligo at 2000' and talking to Shannon control, they tell me to call when I'm approaching Sligo's controlled airspace. I call, they can hear me and tell me to switch to Sligo tower. Is that direct line-of-sight VHF communication between my aircraft and Shannon, or do they have "repeaters" strategically placed? Are many parts of the country out of VHF range of Shannon at 2000'? If I fly out of VHF range of the station I'm talking to, without them approving a frequency change, have I just "disappeared" as far as they are concerned?jonkil wrote:Talking to Shannon from Letterkenny will be a problem
AOPA Ireland already has a lodgement placed with the IAA about this proposal.Call IAOPA see if they are on top of it....??
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