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1. "ESSENTIAL TRAFFIC" is that controlled flight to which the provision of separation by ATC is applicable, but which, in relation to a particular controlled flight is not separated therefore by the appropriate separation minima. Whenever separation minima is not applied. The following flights are considered essential traffic one to each other.

 

 

a. All IFR flight in controlled airspaces and controlled VFR.

b. All VFR Traffic in Class A airspace

c. All VFR flights in A and B airspace

d. None of the above

 

 

2, For VFR flights, continuous two way radio communication with ATS is required in the following airspace classes.

 

a. A, B, C, D, E, F, G

b. A, B

c. E, F, G

d. B, C, D

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