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EDT. When flying above the clouds, you can certainly see other aircraft and avoid them (as long as you're maintaining required cloud clearances), and the same for buildings. If the weather is below the minimum, this goal is much harder.

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I recently had a cross country route check with another instructor, and I was asked if I can legally fly over a. VFR over-the-top can be a very useful tool to get above a cloud layer instead of flying in haze or restricted visibility below the clouds.

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For instance, VFR pilots must be able to see clearly for 3 statute miles.

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Over-the-top is defined in 14 CFR 1. James.

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For instance, VFR pilots must be able to see clearly for 3 statute miles.

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I recently had a cross country route check with another instructor, and I was asked if I can legally fly over a cloud as a student pilot.

Class B 3 statute miles. 65, Para 2-4-22, Airspace Classes.

Expanded VFR info is found in FARs 91.

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