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• IFR Terminal Bound
U.S. Terminal Procedures Publications are published in 24 loose-leaf or perfect bound volumes covering the conterminous U.S., Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
• IFR Terminal Loose
Loose-leaf volumes are shrink-wrapped with four holes punched at the top. The volumes are revised every 56 days.
• IFR Enroute Low Altitude
IFR Enroute Low Altitude Charts (Conterminous U.S. and Alaska) provide aeronautical information for navigation under instrument flight rules below 18,000 feet MSL.
• IFR Enroute High Altitude
IFR Enroute High Altitude Charts (Conterminous U.S. and Alaska) are designed for navigation at or above 18,000 feet MSL.
• IFR Alaska/Hawaii/Carribean
Alaska, Hawaii, Carribean IFR Enroute Charts.
• VFR Sectional Charts
Sectional Aeronautical Charts are designed for visual navigation of slow to medium speed aircraft. The topographic information featured consists of the relief and a judicious selection of visual checkpoints used for flight under visual flight rules. The checkpoints include populated places, drainage patterns, roads, railroads, and other distinctive landmarks. The aeronautical information on Sectional Charts includes visual and radio aids to navigation, airports, controlled airspace, restricted areas, obstructions, and related data.
• VFR Terminal Area Charts
Terminal Aeronautical Charts depict the airspace designated as Class B airspace. The information found on these charts, while similar to that found on Sectional Charts, is shown in much more detail because of the larger scale. These charts should be used by pilots intending to operate from airfields within or near Class B airspace or Class C airspace. Coverage of Terminal Area Charts are indicated by shaded boxes on the Sectional Chart index.
• World Aeronautical Charts
World Aeronautical Charts cover land areas at a standard size and scale for navigation by moderate speed aircraft and aircraft operating at high altitudes. Because of their smaller scale, these charts do not show as much detailed information as appears on the Sectional and Terminal Area Charts. Because some information is not shown, World Aeronautical Charts are not recommended for exclusive use by pilots of low speed, low altitude aircraft.
• VFR Helicopter Charts
Helicopter Route Charts are four-color charts that depict current aeronautical information useful to helicopter pilots navigating in areas with high concentrations of helicopter activity. Information depicted includes helicopter routes, four classes of heliports with associated frequency and lighting capabilities, NAVAIDS, and obstructions.
• Misc Charts/Training/Planning
Misc, Training, and Planning Charts
• Supplements & Pubs