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In the near future I am looking to fly from Western PA to Canton Michigan. A direct route takes me into Canadian Airspace, but not landing, and saves at least 45 minutes of flying time. Researching it says that you need to have an “active flight plan”, be talking to ATC when you cross the borders, and have a discrete squawk code. When doing VFR flight following, 2 of those items will be happening, but is VFR flight following considered an “active flight plan”?
I live in Beaver County, PA, just outside of Pittsburgh. I am looking to make flying a lot more affordable and flexible by aircraft ownership. Looking for a equally fiscally responsible partner out of KBVI to go in with on either a C172 or C182. Look forward to talking to anyone about opportunities.
I live in the Pittsburgh area, and I’m looking for planes to rent. Particularly, planes that I can take an overnight trips? I have found plane rentals that I can do for just quick day trips.
anyone have any ideas what I can do short of buying my own plane? Thank you for the help.