Why can pilots fly less than 3,000 feet during good weather conditions? Is there any way to be able to identify those pilots that are violating the height requirements?
During good weather conditions, pilots are able to land using visual approach, which does not have a 3,000-foot altitude limitation; however, all pilots have to operate under strict established flight parameters. Pilots that deviate from these altitudes guidelines set by Federal Aviation Regulations are disciplined. Currently, aircraft altitudes can be tracked by advanced radar equipment; however, obtaining direct readings from this radar can be difficult and cumbersome to track.
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