The Gleim Security-Related Airspace Course (SRAC) is a recurrent ground training course designed to increase pilot's safety, knowledge, and abilities in regard to flying in and around the various security airspaces in the United States. SRAC covers subjects like the Washington, D.C. SFRA, flying internationally, and procedures for military aircraft interception.
- Airspace Awareness
- Preflight Planning
- National Security Areas
- Restricted Areas
- Prohibited Areas
- Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR)
- The Washington, D.C. ADIZ
- Approaching and Departing U.S. Airspace
- Intercept Procedures
About the Course
- 9 study units covering any security related airspace you may encounter
Each study unit contains:
- 5-10 minute audiovisual presentations
- 4-7 pages of knowledge transfer outlines
- 10-question multiple-choice quiz
Complete the course to earn FAA WINGS credit.
- Structured, interactive, self-study review and certificate program delivered online via the Internet
Use the Security-Related Airspace Course to prepare you for flying in post-9/11 airspace or to review/refresh your airspace knowledge. This course uses the Gleim proven Knowledge Transfer System methods.
- Takes about 5 hours to complete
Each study unit should take about half an hour. That includes the True-False Study Quiz, the Knowledge Transfer Outline, Audiovisual Presentation, and Multiple-Choice Test for that study unit.
- Challenges you, but provides you with the knowledge to pass
Our Knowledge Transfer Outlines give you all the review material you need, in a well-organized format, so you can focus your study on the areas you need to review the most. You can then confidently fly in today's complicated airspace system. SRAC provides you with convenience while helping you learn more and refresh your knowledge.
- Inexpensive and user friendly
For those who are less familiar with computers, our friendly support staff can help. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (800) 874-5346 for assistance.