WINGSFlight™️ – VFR Flight #6 – Boston Class B Helicopter Routes
Feb 15, 2022
The final Wings Over New England VFR flight takes you from Nashua Airport (KASH) back to Boston Airport (KBOS) using a published helicopter route to transition into the Class B airspace. Contrary to their name, helicopter routes at Boston are also used by fixed-wing aircraft and are an excellent way of navigating through the complicated and busy Class B airspace.
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