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please help me differentiate between transition altitude and transition level. is there any method to calculate transition altitude and transition level? where can i find these for different airports.
thanking in advance
Matthew Waugh on Jan 27, 2013
Altitude on the way up, level on the way down. Some countries (the US for example) have a standard transition alititude/level and some countries have a variable one, and typically publish it the airport plates.
I’m not sure how you would calculate it – there’s the fun theoretical calculation(s) of relating one to another and to actual altitude, but I’m not sure they have a practical purpose.
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on Jan 28, 2013
…and the area between the TA and TL is the Transition Layer. ATC is NOT to clear you to an altitude in the Transition Layer
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