11: Controlled Airports
Not many people fly from tower-controlled airports (Class D) since it requires communications, but it can be done. And it doesn’t always require an aircraft radio.
To be welcome, though, you must understand how they work, about runways, markings, patterns, terminology, and how pilots work with controllers.
Flying in the D airspace may be possible without an aircraft radio, especially if you’re near the edge by just calling the tower and explaining your request. Chapter 11 covers this.