The main rules for flying in Colombia!
The following are the rules to follow when flying in IVAO Colombia. Check the Aeronautical Information Services by clicking on the button:
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What frequency do I use if there is no control?
Whenever you fly in IVAO Colombia and there is no control, intentions should be communicated in 122.8 UNICOM, or in case of an emergency 121.5 GUARD, remember that this must be done in English and in a clear and appropriate way.
Transition Altitude (TA) A180
In Colombia is 18,000 ft and below this will be altitudes. Ej. A120 (one two thousand feet)
Transition Level (TRL) FL190
In Colombia is 19,000 ft and above this are Flight Levels. Ej. F270 (two zero zero).
These codes will be used by pilots when there is no control or in certain cases.
Prohibited its use in IVAO
Aircraft under FL200, without assigned code.
Aircraft over FL200, without assigned code
Ground transponder check
Here are some other important guidelines for completing your basic knowledge of Colombian regulations.
Can not exceed 250 KIAS under 10.000 ft, unless it is authorized by the ATC, or the airspace in which it is located has no restriction.
In Colombia for altimetric adjustment the inches of mercury (inHg) are used. The QNE or standard setting is 29.92 inHg and is used above the Transition Altitude (TA).
In the AIS (Aeronautical Information Service) of the Special Administrative Unit of Civil Aeronautics (UAEAC) you will find all the information, regulations, amendments, NOTAMS and charts.AIS Aerocivil