|13-05186||Enroute Low Alt Chart L-3/4||09/08/22|
Enroute Low Altitude charts (Conterminous U.S. and Alaska) provide aeronautical information for navigation under instrument flight rules below 18,000 feet MSL. Information includes: airways, limits of controlled airspace, position, identification, and frequencies of radio aids to navigation (Alaska 4-color series includes geographic coordinates), airports with terminal air/ground communications, minimum enroute and obstruction clearance altitudes, airway distances, reporting points, special use airspace areas and military training routes. Scales vary from 1 inch = 5nm to 1 inch = 20nm. Chart size is 50 x 20 inches (5 x 10 inches folded). Charts are revised every 8 weeks.KEEP YOUR CHARTS CURRENT WITH OUR SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE!
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Part # 13-05218 includes L-33/34 for this area in the Northeast.