|8075-H11||Enroute High Altitude Chart|
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IFR Enroute High Altitude Charts (Conterminous U.S. and Alaska) are designed for navigation at or above 18,000 feel MSL. This four color chart series includes: Jet route structure; VHF radio aid to navigation (frequency, ID, channel, geographic coordinates); selected airports; reporting points. (Scales vary from 1 inch = 78nm to 1 inch = 30nm. 55 x 20 inches folded to 5 x 10 inches.) Revised every 8 weeks.KEEP YOUR CHARTS CURRENT WITH OUR SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE!
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ENROUTE HIGH ALT CHART US H11
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