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Military airports are listed alphabetically by state and official airport name. The following city/military airport cross reference listing
provides alphabetical listing by state and city name for all military airport published in this directory.
City/Military Airport Cross Reference

STATE
ID
MT
WA

CITY NAME
MOUNTAIN HOME .......................................................
GREAT FALLS ..............................................................
SPOKANE ....................................................................

AIRPORT NAME
MOUNTAIN HOME AFB
MALMSTROM AFB
FAIRCHILD AFB

WA
WA
WA
WA

FORT LEWIS ................................................................


PORT ANGELES ...........................................................
TACOMA......................................................................
OAK HARBOR ..............................................................

GRAY AAF (JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD)


PORT ANGELES CGAS
MCCHORD FIELD (JOINT BASE LEWISMCCHORD)
WHIDBEY ISLAND NAS (AULT FLD)

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SEAPLANE LANDING AREAS


Seaplane Landing Areas

The following locations have Seaplane Landing Areas (Waterways). See alphabetical listing for complete data on these facilities.

STATE
ID
ID
ID
ID
MT
MT
OR
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA

CITY NAME
CAVANAUGH BAY .....................................................
COEUR DALENE ......................................................
GLENGARY...............................................................
LEWISTON ...............................................................
POLSON...................................................................
SEELEY LAKE ...........................................................
FLORENCE ...............................................................
ANACORTES.............................................................
BELLINGHAM...........................................................
FRIDAY HABOR ........................................................
KENMORE................................................................
LOPEZ .....................................................................
POULSBO ................................................................
RENTON ..................................................................
ROCHE HARBOR ......................................................
ROSARIO .................................................................
SEATTLE ..................................................................
SEATTLE ..................................................................
SPOKANE.................................................................
TACOMA ..................................................................

FACILITY NAME
TANGLEFOOT
BROOKS
LAKE PEND OREILLE
SNAKE RIVER
POLSON
LINDEYS LANDING WEST
LAKE WOAHINK
SKYLINE
FLOATHAVEN
FRIDAY HARBOR
KENMORE AIR HARBOR INC
FISHERMANS BAY
PORT OF POULSBO MARINA MOORAGE
WILL ROGERS WILEY POST MEM
ROCHE HARBOR
ROSARIO
KENMORE AIR HARBOR
SEATTLE SEAPLANES
FELTS FLD
AMERICAN LAKE

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2014 U.S. & CANADIAN MILITARY AERIAL


AIRCRAFT/PARACHUTE DEMONSTRATIONS

Special Notices

During CY 2014, the U.S. and Canadian Military Aerial Demonstration Teams (Thunderbirds, Blue Angels, Snowbirds, and Golden Knights)
will be performing on the dates and locations listed below.
Pilots should expect Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR) in accordance with 14 CFR Section 91.145, Management of Aircraft
operations in the vicinity of aerial demonstrations and major sporting events. The dimensions and effective times of the TFRs may vary
based upon the specific aerial demonstration event and will be issued via the U.S. NOTAM system. Pilots are strongly encouraged to
check FDC NOTAMs to verify they have the most current information regarding these airspace restrictions.
The currently scheduled 2014 aerial demonstration locations, subject to change without notice are:
DATE
September

USAF Thunderbirds
1
67
1314
2021

October

November

2728
45

Altus AFB, Oklahoma


Mountain Home AFB,
Idaho
Salinas, California
Melbourne, Florida

1112

Daytona Beach, Florida

1819
2526

Rome, Georgia
Fort Worth, Texas

12

Santa Teresa, New


Mexico

79
89

USN Blue Angels


Cleveland, Ohio
Selfridge ANGB,
Michigan
Baltimore, Maryland
NAS Oceana, Virginia
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
MCAS Miramar,
California
San Francisco,
California
Millington, Tennessee
NAS Jacksonville,
Florida
Houston, Texas

USA Golden Knights


Cleveland, Ohio

Hershey, Pennsylvania
Hillsboro, Oregon
Pinehurst, North Carolina
MCAS Miramar, California
Owensboro, Kentucky

Canadian Snowbirds

Hillsboro, Oregon
Redding, California

Santa Teresa, New Mexico

NAS Pensacola, Florida


Nellis AFB, Nevada

Kemah, Texas

Note: Dates and locations are scheduled show dates only and do not reflect arrival or practice date TFR periods that may precede the
specific aerial demonstration events listed above. Again, pilots are strongly encouraged to check FDC NOTAMs to verify they have the
most current information regarding any airspace restrictions.

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VFR ADVISORY AREA
Canadian Airspace
VICTORIAVANCOUVER
(Effective: Until Further Notice)

Effective 0901 UTC August 6, 1994, a VFR Advisory Area was permanently established between the two Canadian control zones, from
above 1,200 MSL up to 2,500 MSL. Vancouver and Victoria Towers provide radar traffic information to all participating aircraft within
the VFR Advisory Area.
PROCEDURES
Victoria/Vancouver
*All aircraft operating between Victoria and Vancouver within the VFR Advisory Area should follow the routes shown on the graphic.
*Northbound: Change from Victoria Tower, 119.1, to Vancouver Tower, 124.0, when instructed by ATC.
*Southbound: Change from Vancouver Tower, 124.0, to Victoria Tower, 119.1, when instructed by ATC.
*Set transponder codes as requested.
TRANSITING TRAFFIC
*Call Vancouver Tower on 124.0 when north of the Active Pass/Samuel Island Line.
*Call Victoria Tower on 119.1 when south of the Active Pass/Samuel Island Line.
*Set Transponder codes as requested.
Routes and recommended altitudes will not be usable by all aircraft at all times because of weather and regulations pertaining to flight
over water. Higher altitudes may be requested. If unable to maintain VFR, advice ATC.

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INTENSIVE FLIGHT TRAINING IN VICINITY OF
PORTLAND-HILLSBORO AIRPORT,
HILLSBORO, OR

Intensive flight training activity in areas S to NW of the Portland-Hillsboro Airport within 25 NM at or below 5500 MSL. These areas are
in use from sunrise to sunset daily. Participating aircraft reports on 122.75.

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VFRADVISORYAREAINVICINITYOF

PEARSONFIELDAIRPORT
VANCOUVER,WA

AVFRAdvisoryAreahasbeenestablishedatPearsonField(VUO)inVancouver,WA.Pilotsshouldexercisecautionwhen
arrivinganddepartingVUOduetothecloseproximityofPortlandInternationalAirport(PDX)(seechart).Whenoperating
overtheVUOrunway,ortheextendedrunwaycenterline,pilotsshouldmaintainatorbelow700MSLduetooverflying
traffictoandfromPDX.
VUOhasa24hourClassDsurfaceareabutthereisnoAirportTrafficControlTowerattheairport.Pilotsmustcontact
PearsonAdvisoryonVUOCommonTrafficAdvisoryFrequency(CTAF)119.0priortoenteringtheClassDsurfacearea.
PearsonAdvisoryprovidesVUOpilotswithtrafficandwaketurbulenceadvisoriesaboutPDXtrafficonthisfrequency.
NOTEPearsonAdvisorydoesnotcontrolVFRaircraftintheVUOClassDsurfacearea.CTAFproceduresapply.
VUOAirportRecommendedProcedures:

1.Departingpilots:

a.ObtaintheVUOweatherviaASOS135.125orbycalling(360)6961280.

b.ContactPearsonAdvisoryon119.0priortodepartingandstateintentions.

ExamplePearsonAdvisory,N7491Aatrunwayeight,departingnorthalongI5withthePearsonweather.

c.IFRpilots:UsePearsonAdvisory119.0torequestclearanceandIFRreleasefromVUO.

2.Arrivingpilots:

a.ObtaintheVUOweather.

b.ContactPearsonAdvisoryon119.0atleastfivemilesfromVUOwithyourpositionandintentions.

ExamplePearsonAdvisory,N7491AoverVancouverLake,inboundtorunwayeightwiththePearsonweather.
NOTEThegeographicalpointsofVancouverLake,theFreewaySplit,andtheConfluencearecommonlyused.
PilotscanexpecttrafficandwaketurbulenceadvisoriesonPDXtrafficandinstructionstoremainoutsidePortlandClassC
airspace.PilotscanalsoexpecttobeadvisedofthecurrentdirectionofthePDXtrafficflowandshould,whensafe,operate
inthesamedirectionasthePDXflow.
AfterinitialcontactwithPearsonAdvisory,pilotsshouldresumebroadcastingtheirpositionandintentionsonCTAF(119.0)
astheywouldatanyuncontrolledairport.ExamplePearsontraffic,N7491Adepartingrunwayeight.
NOTEPilotsshouldnotmakethesepositionreportsonVUOUnicom123.0.

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CONTROLLED FIRING
Fort Harrison Controlled Firing Area
Helena, Montana

Controlled firing occurs in the vicinity of the Helena, Montana VORTAC (HLN) 24 hours daily, 5800 MSL and BELOW. The area defined
by the following radial/DME coordinates HLN258008, HLN258005, HLN250008, HLN250005.

Limestone Hills Controlled Firing Area


Helena, Montana
Controlled firing occurs in the vicinity of the Helena, Montana VORTAC (HLN) 24 hours daily, FL180 and BELOW. The area defined by
the following radial/DME coordinates HLN125026, HLN127028, HLN140025, HLN125028.

SPECIAL NORTH ATLANTIC, CARIBBEAN AND


PACIFIC AREA COMMUNICATIONS
VHF air-to-air frequencies enable aircraft engaged in flights over remote and oceanic areas out of range of VHF ground stations to
exchange necessary operational information and to facilitate the resolution of operational problems.
Frequencies have been designated as follows:
North Atlantic area:
Caribbean area:
Pacific area:

123.45 MHz
123.45 MHz
123.45 MHz

MOUNT ST. HELENS NATIONAL VOLCANIC MONUMENT, WASHINGTON


The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) conduct low level flights to and from monitor station within
the monument and within the crater itself. Due to this activity, the volatility of the volcano and a high volume of sightseeing flights in the
area, the following procedures are recommended in the interest of flying safety.
1. VFR aircraft are encouraged to transmit an initial position report on 122.75 MHz in the blind when flying at altitudes of less than
10,000 feet MSL within 10 nautical miles of the Mount St. Helens volcano crater.
2. VFR flight below 3000 feet AGL strongly not recommended.
3. VFR flight above 3000 feet AGL fly a counterclockwise pattern, no closer than 3 miles to the volcano summit.
VFR rules of see and be seen and good airmanship practices will prevail. Approval to land can only be obtained through appropriate
Federal or State authority. Any significant information will be broadcast on the transcribed weather broadcasts by the Seattle and
McMinnville Flight Service Stations and available on the Portland and Seattle ATIS. Marginal radar coverage limits Seattle Center's
ability to provide radar flight following to aircraft in orbit of the volcano.

DEVILS TOWER NATIONAL MONUMENT, WYOMING


For reasons of national welfare, pilots are requested to avoid flights within 3 nautical miles of Devils Tower National Monument.

BIRD HAZARD OREGON AND WASHINGTON


Heavy concentration of migratory and wintering flocks of large waterfowl from the Canadian to California borders annually November
to May. Caution advised at all airports or while transiting area.

SIMULTANEOUS OPERATIONS
Boeing Field/King County International Airport
Seattle, Washington
All users: Boeing Field Airport Traffic Control Tower is authorized to conduct simultaneous same direction operations to parallel
runways, between sunrise and sunset, for twin engine propeller driven aircraft or smaller.

Spokane International Airport


Spokane, Washington
Application of visual separation for simultaneous operations. When weather conditions at the facility providing visual separation are
1500 or greater ceiling and 5 miles or more visibility, controllers at Spokane International Airport or Fairchild Air Force Base may
provide visual separation between aircraft landing and departing simultaneously at Spokane International Airport and Fairchild Air Force
Base.

UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS (UAS)


OPERATIONS IN CANYON COUNTY, ID
Unmanned Aircraft System activity within Canyon County ID. Pilots flying within Canyon County, ID should be alert for unmanned
aircraft systems operating at or below 400 feet Above the Ground (AGL) inclusive.

OPERATIONS IN THE CITY OF SEATTLE, WA


Unmanned Aircraft System activity within the City of Seattle, WA. Pilots flying within the City of Seattle WA should be alert for
unmanned aircraft systems operating at or below 400 feet Above the Ground (AGL) inclusive.

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LASER LIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS


Bozeman, Montana
Laser research will be conducted daily between 0000 and 2359 MDT until December 1, 2014 at Montana State University, BZN
VORTAC 129 degree radial at 08 nm Lat 45-39-59N/Long 111-02-44W. The laser beam elevation will be a maximum of 090 and a
minimum of 089. The beam may be injurious to aircrews and passengers eyes for a distance of 12000 feet AGL vertically and 500 feet
laterally of the light source. Other effects cockpit illumination, temporary flash blindness may occur beyond these distances.

SEATTLETACOMA INTL
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
Gatehold Procedures:
During peak departure periods, gatehold procedures are implemented for all IFR departures. Additional information will be broadcast on
ATIS.
Oceanic Departures:
1. Contact Clearance Delivery only when you will be ready to taxi within ten minutes. State destination, requested altitude, ten minutes
to taxi.
2. If ATC delays are more than 15 minutes for your filed altitude/route, alternatives with less delay will be offered.
3. Failure to depart the gate within ten minutes or reach the runway at the release time specified in the IFR clearance may result in the
cancellation of your clearance.

MOUNTAIN HOME, IDAHO


All aircraft operating within 25 NM south of Sturgeon NDB 300/120 bearing area requested to contact Mountain Home approach
on 124.8 for traffic advisories due to intensive military training in the Mountain Home Area.

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES


The DOD Flight Information Publication AP/1B provides textual and graphic descriptions and operating instructions for all military
training routes (IR, VR, SR) and refueling tracks/anchors. Complete and more comprehensive information relative to policy and
procedures for IRs and VRs is published in FAA Handbook 7610.4 (Special Military Operations) which is agreed to by the DOD and
therefore directive for all military flight operations. The AP/1B is the official source of route data for military users.

CIVIL USE OF MILITARY FIELDS:


U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy and Coast Guard Fields are open to civil fliers only in emergency or with prior permission.
Army installations, prior permission is required from the Commanding Officer of the installation.
For Air Force installations, prior permission should be requested at least 30 days prior to first intended landing from either
Headquarters USAF (PRPOC) or the Commander of the installation concerned (who has authority to approve landing rights for certain
categories of civil aircraft). For use of more than one Air Force installation, requests should be forwarded direct to Hq USAF (PRPOC),
Washington, D.C. 20330.
Use of USAF installations must be specifically justified.
For Navy and Marine Corps installations, prior permission should be requested at least 30 days prior to first intended landing. An
Aviation Facility License must be approved and executed by the Navy prior to any landing by civil aircraft.
Forms and further information may be obtained from the nearest U.S. Navy or Marine Corps aviation activity.
For Coast Guard fields prior permission should be requested from the Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard via the Commanding Officer of
the field.
When instrument approaches are conducted by civil aircraft at military airports, they shall be conducted in accordance with the
procedures and minimums approved by the military agency having jurisdiction over the airport.

AIRCRAFT LANDING RESTRICTIONS


Landing of aircraft at locations other than public use airports may be a violation of Federal or local law. All land and water areas are
owned or controlled by private individuals or organizations, states, cities, local governments, or U.S. Government agencies. Except in
emergency, prior permission should be obtained before landing at any location that is not a designated public use airport or seaplane
base.
Landing of aircraft is prohibited on lands or water administered by the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S.
Forest Service, and on many areas controlled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unless prior authorization is obtained from the
respective agency.

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SPECIAL NOTICES
CONTINUOUS POWER FACILITIES

In order to insure that a basic ATC system remains in operation despite an area wide or catastrophic commercial power failure, key
equipment and certain airports have been designated to provide a network of facilities whose operational capability can be utilized
independent of any commercial power supply.
In addition to those facilities comprising the basic ATC system, the following approach and lighting aids have been included in this
program for a selected runway.
1. ILS (Localizer, Glide Slope, COMLO, Inner, Middle and Outer Markers)
2. Wind Measuring Capability
3. Approach Light System (ALS) or Short ALS (SALS)
4. Ceiling Measuring Capability
5. Touchdown Zone Lighting (TDZL)
6. Centerline Lighting (CL)
7. Runway Visual Range (RVR)
8. High Intensity Runway Lighting (HIRL)
9. Taxiway Lighting
10.Apron Light (Perimeter Only)
The following have been designated Continuous Power Airports, and have independent back up capability for the equipment
installed.
Airport/Ident
Runway No.
Airport/Ident
Runway No.
Albuquerque, NM (ABQ) ....................
08
Milwaukee, WI (MKE) ............................
01L
Andrews AFB, MD (ADW) ..................
01L
Minneapolis, MN (MSP) .........................
30L
Anchorage, AK (ANC) .......................
07R
Nashville, TN (BNA)...............................
02L
Atlanta, GA (ATL) ..............................
09R
New Orleans, LA (MSY) ..........................
10
Baltimore, MD (BWI).........................
10
New York, NY (JFK) ..............................
04R
Bismarck, ND (BIS)...........................
31
New York, NY (LGA)...............................
22
Boise, ID (BOI) .................................
10R
Newark, NJ (EWR) ................................
04R
Boston, MA (BOS).............................
04R
Oklahoma City, OK (OKC) .......................
35R
Charlotte, NC (CLT) ...........................
36L
Omaha, NE (OMA).................................
14R
Chicago, IL (ORD) .............................
28R
Ontario, CA (ONT)..................................
26L
Cincinnati, OH (CVG).........................
36C
Philadelphia, PA (PHL)...........................
09R
Cleveland, OH (CLE)..........................
06R
Phoenix, AZ (PHX) .................................
08
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (DFW) ..............
17C
Pittsburgh, PA (PIT) ...............................
10L
Denver, CO (DEN) .............................
35R
Reno, NV (RNO) ....................................
16R
Des Moines, IA (DSM) .......................
31
Salt Lake City, UT (SLC) .........................
34R
Detroit, MI (DTW) .............................
03R
San Antonio, TX (SAT) ............................
12R
El Paso, TX (ELP) ..............................
22
San Diego, CA (SAN)..............................
09
Fairbanks, AK (FAI) ..........................
02L
San Francisco, CA (SFO) .........................
28R
Great Falls, MT (GTF) ........................
03
San Juan, PR (SJU) ...............................
08
Honolulu, HI (HNL) ...........................
08L
Seattle, WA (SEA) .................................
16C
Houston, TX (IAH).............................
26L
St. Louis, MO (STL) ...............................
30R
Indianapolis, IN (IND) .......................
05L
Tampa, FL (TPA) ...................................
01L
Jacksonville, FL (JAX)........................
08
Tulsa, OK (TUL).....................................
36R
Kansas City, MO (MCI).......................
19R
Washington, DC (DCA) ...........................
01
Los Angeles, CA (LAX) .......................
24R
Washington, DC (IAD) ............................
01R
Memphis, TN (MEM).........................
36L
Wichita, KS (ICT)...................................
01L
Miami, FL (MIA) ...............................
08R
NOTEThe existing CPA runway is listed. Pending and future changes at some locations will require a revised runway designation.

Night Vision Lights Out Operations


Hays MOA, Montana
Lightsout night vision goggle training operations conducted within the Hays MOA at all altitudes from sunset to sunrise when MOA is
active by NOTAM. Contact Salt Lake City ARTCC on 133.4 or 119.75 or Great Falls FSS for schedule and NOTAM information.

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REGULATORY NOTICES

The following narratives summarize the FAR Part 93 Special Air Traffic Rules, and Airport Traffic Patterns in effect as prescribed in
the rule. This information is advisory in nature and in no way relieves the pilot from compliance with the specific rules set forth in
FAR Parts 91 and 93.
Regulatory Notices

Special Airport Traffic Areas prescribed in Part 93 are depicted on Sectional Aeronautical Charts, World Aeronautical Charts, Enroute
Low Altitude Charts, and where applicable, on VFR Terminal Area Charts.

OPERATIONS RESERVATIONS FOR HIGH DENSITY TRAFFIC AIRPORTS


Kennedy, LaGuardia, and Washington Reagan National
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has designated New Yorks Kennedy and LaGuardia Airports and Washington Reagan
National Airport as High Density Traffic Airports (HDTA), Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations, part 93, subpart K, and has
prescribed air traffic rules and requirements for operating aircraft (excluding helicopters) to and from those airports during certain
hours.
Reservations are required for operations from 6 a.m. through 11:59 p.m. local time at LaGuardia Airport and Washington Reagan
National Airport. Reservations at Kennedy Airport are required from 3 p.m. through 7:59 p.m. local time.
Reservation procedures are detailed in Advisory Circular 931, Reservations for Unscheduled Operations at High Density Traffic
Airports. A copy of the advisory circular is available on the FAA website at http://www.faa.gov. Reservations for unscheduled
operations are allocated through the Enhanced Computer Voice Reservation System (eCVRS) accessible via telephone or the
Internet. This system may not be used to make reservations for scheduled air carrier or commuter flights.
The tollfree telephone number for accessing eCVRS is 18008759694 and is available for calls originating within the United
States, Canada, and the Caribbean. Users outside the tollfree areas may access eCVRS by calling the toll number of
7037070568. The Internet web address for accessing the eCVRS is http://www.fly.faa.gov/ecvrs. If you have any questions about
reservation requirements or are experiencing problems with the system, you may telephone the Airport Reservation Office at the Air
Traffic Control System Command Center at (703) 9044452.
Requests for instrument flight rules (IFR) reservations will be accepted beginning 72 hours prior to the proposed time of operation at
the highdensity airport. For example, a request for an 11 a.m. reservation on a Thursday will be accepted beginning at 11 a.m. on
the previous Monday.
IFR reservations must be obtained prior to IFR landing or takeoff at an HDTA during slot controlled hours. An air traffic control (ATC)
clearance does not constitute a reservation. A reservation does not constitute permission to operate at an HDTA if additional
operational limits or procedures are required by NOTAM and/or regulation.
Aircraft involved in medical emergencies will be handled by ATC without regard to a reservation after obtaining prior approval of the
ATC System Command Center on (703) 9044452. ATC will accommodate declared other emergency situations without regard to
slot reservations.
NOTE: Visual flight rule (VFR) reservations via ATC for unscheduled operations at LaGuardia are not authorized from 7 a.m. through
8:59 a.m. local time and 4 p.m. through 6:59 p.m. local time, Monday through Friday and Sunday evenings, unless
otherwise announced by NOTAM. Both IFR and VFR operations during those time periods must obtain an advance
reservation through eCVRS.

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FAA and National Weather Service

FSS
TELEPHONE NUMBERS
Flight Service Station (FSS) facilities provide flight planning and weather briefing services to pilots. FSS services in the contiguous
United States, Hawaii and Puerto Rico, are provided by a network of large FSS facilities and a few select remote facilities some of
which operate parttime. Because of the interconnectivity between the facilities, all FSS services including radio frequencies are
available continuously using published data.
Telephone Information Briefing Service (TIBS) is a FSS service that provides continuous recordings of meteorological and/or
aeronautical information. A touchtone telephone is required to fully utilize this service.
Further information can be found in the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM).
Telephone Numbers

NATIONAL FSS TELEPHONE NUMBER


Pilot Weather Briefings......................................... 1800WXBRIEF (18009927433)

OTHER FSS TELEPHONE NUMBERS (except in Alaska)


TIBS (see description above) ................................
Clearance Delivery Only .......................................
Lifeguard Flights Only ..........................................
Flights within DC SFRA & FRZ * ...........................

18774TIBSWX (18774842799)
18887668267
1877LIFGRD3 (18775434733)
18662257410

* District of Columbia Special Flight Rules Area & Flight Restricted Zone

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Key to Aviation Weather Reports

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KEY AIR TRAFFIC FACILITIES

Air Traffic Facilities Telephone Numbers

Air Traffic Control System Command Center


Main Number......................... 7039044400

RGNL AIR TRAFFIC DIVISIONS


REGION
Alaskan
Central
Eastern
Great Lakes
New England
Northwest Mountain
Southern
Southwest
Western Pacific

TELEPHONE
9072715464
8163292500
7185534502
8472947202
4043056200
4252272500
4043055500
8172225500
3107256500

AIR ROUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTERS (ARTCCs)


ARTCC
NAME
Albuquerque
Anchorage
Atlanta
Boston
Chicago
Cleveland
Denver
Ft. Worth
Houston
Indianapolis
Jacksonville
Kansas City
Los Angeles
Memphis
Miami
Minneapolis
New York
Oakland
Salt Lake City
Seattle
Washington

*24 HR RGNL
DUTY OFFICE
TELEPHONE #
8172225006
9072715936
4043055180
7812387001
8472948400
8472948400
4252271389
8172225006
8172225006
8472948400
4043055180
8163293000
6612658200
4043055180
4043055180
8472948400
7189955426
3107253300
4252271389
4252271389
7189955426

BUSINESS
HOURS
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7:30 a.m.4:00 p.m.
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7:30 a.m.4:00 p.m.
7:30 a.m.4:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m.4:30 p.m.

BUSINESS
TELEPHONE #
5058564300
9072691137
7702107601
6038796633
6309068221
4407740310
3036514100
8178587300
2812305300
3172472231
9045491501
9132548500
6612658200
9013688103
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6514635580
6314681001
5107453331
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7037713401

MAJOR TERMINAL RADAR APPROACH CONTROLS (TRACONs)


TRACON
NAME
Atlanta
Chicago
Dallas/Ft. Worth
Denver
Houston
New York
Northern CA
Potomac
Southern CA

*24 HR RGNL
DUTY OFFICE
TELEPHONE #
4043055180
8472948400
8172225006
4252271389
8172225006
7189955426
3107253300
7189955426
3107253300

BUSINESS
HOURS
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*Facilities can be contacted through the Rgnl Duty Officer during nonbusiness hours.

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

p.m.
p.m.
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p.m.
p.m.
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p.m.
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p.m.

BUSINESS
TELEPHONE #
4046691200
8476085509
9726152500
3033421500
2812308400
5166832901
9163664001
5403497500
8585375800

FAA AND NWS


KEY AIR TRAFFIC FACILITIES

255

DAILY NAS REPORTABLE AIRPORTS


AIRPORT
NAME
Albuquerque Intl Sunport, NM
Andrews AFB, MD
Baltimore/Washington
Intl Thurgood Marshall, MD
Boston Logan Intl, MA
Bradley Intl, CT
Burbank/Bob Hope, CA
Charlotte Douglas Intl, NC
Chicago Midway, IL
Chicago OHare Intl, IL
Cleveland Hopkins Intl, OH
Covington/Cincinnati, OH
Dallas/Ft. Worth Intl, TX
Dayton Cox Intl, OH
Denver Intl, CO
Detroit Metro, MI
Fairbanks Intl, AK
Fort Lauderdale Intl, FL
George Bush
Intercontinental/Houston, TX
HartsfieldJackson Atlanta Intl, GA
Honolulu Intl, HI
Houston Hobby, TX
Indianapolis Intl, IN
Kahului/Maui, HI
Kansas City Intl, MO
Las Vegas McCarran, NV
Los Angeles Intl, CA
Louis Armstrong New Orleans Intl, LA
Memphis Intl, TN
Miami Intl, FL
Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN
Nashville Intl, TN
New York Kennedy Intl, NY
New York La Guardia, NY
Newark Liberty Intl, NJ
Norman Y. Mineta San Jose Intl, CA
Ontario Intl, CA
Orlando Intl, FL
Philadelphia Intl, PA
Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl, AZ
Pittsburgh Intl, PA
Portland Intl, OR
Raleigh-Durham, NC
Ronald Reagan Washington
National, DC
Salt Lake City, UT
San Antonio Intl, TX
San Diego Lindbergh Intl, CA
San Francisco Intl, CA
San Juan Intl, PR
SeattleTacoma Intl, WA
St. Louis Lambert, MO
Tampa Intl, FL
Ted Stevens Anchorage Intl, AK
Teterboro, NJ
Washington Dulles Intl, DC
West Palm Beach, FL
Westchester Co, NY

*24 HR RGNL
DUTY OFFICE
TELEPHONE #
8172225006
7189955426

BUSINESS
HOURS
8:00 a.m.5:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m.4:30 p.m.

BUSINESS
TELEPHONE #
5058424366
3017352380

7189955426
7812387001
6172387001
3107253300
4043055180
8472948400
8472948400
8472948400
7082947401
8172225006
8472948400
4252271389
8472948400
9072715936
4043055180

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7043446487
7738843670
7736017600
2168982020
6067671006
9726152531
9374547300
3033421600
7349555000
9074740050
3053567932

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4043055180
3107253300
8172225006
8472948400
3107253300
8163293000
3107253300
3107253300
8172225006
4043055180
4043055180
8472948400
4043055180
7189955426
7189955426
7189955426
3107253300
3107253300
4043055180
7189955426
3107253300
7189955426
4252271389
4043055180

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6127134000
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7183355461
9735655000
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7189955426
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8172225006
3107253300
3107253300
4043055180
4252271389
8163293000
4043055180
9072715936
7189955426
7189955426
4043055180
7189955426

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2067682900
3148901000
8133717700
9072712700
2012881889
5713236372
5616831867
9149486520

*Facilities can be contacted through the Rgnl Duty Officer during nonbusiness hours.

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

256

AIR ROUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTERS


Air Route Traffic Control Centers

Air Route Traffic Control Center frequencies and their remoted transmitter sites are listed below for the coverage of this volume. Bold
face type indicates high altitude frequencies, light face type indicates low altitude frequencies. To insure unrestricted IFR operations
within the high altitude enroute sectors, the use of 720 channel communications equipment (25 kHz channel spacing) is required.

DENVER CENTER 121.5 121.5 125.9


Ainsworth 132.7 127.95
Alamosa 132.225 128.375
Aspen 134.5 132.85 125.35 119.85
Brush/A/ 133.95 133.95
Brush/B/ 118.475 118.475
Casper 135.6 133.675 118.925
Cherokee 132.1 132.1
Cheyenne 134.575 133.175 132.1 125.9
Colby 132.175 127.65 127.65
Cortez 134.7 118.575
Crawford 135.025 127.95
Denver 133.4 132.85 128.65 126.875 125.95
Denver/A/ 126.5 126.5
Denver/B/ 119.85 119.85
Durango 118.575 118.575
Eastonville 134.975 132.225 128.375
Farmington 128.125 125.675 118.575
Goodland 132.5 132.5
Grand Island West 132.7 132.7
Grand Mesa 135.125 135.125 134.275 126.725 125.675
Grand Mesa/A/ 125.35 125.35
Grand Mesa/B/ 134.5 134.5
Gunnison 133.525 125.35
Hanksville 127.55 127.55
Hayden 128.325 120.475
Hayes Center 127.025 127.025
Hill City 132.5 132.5
Kremmling 132.85 128.65
La Junta 134.125 133.4 132.225 128.37
Laramie 125.9 125.9
Loveland 121.5 121.5
Lusk 135.6 135.6
Medicine Bow 133.175 132.1 126.5
Montrose 125.35 125.35
North Platte 132.7
O'Neill 135.025 132.7
Ogallala 132.7 126.325
Pueblo 132.225 128.375
Rapid City 127.95 127.95
Scottsbluff 127.95 127.95
Sundance 135.6 133.675
Tuba City 132.875 127.55 118.225
Walton Peak 126.5 126.5

H123456, L89101112131415, A2
(KZDV)

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

AIR ROUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTERS


SALT LAKE CITY CENTER 121.5 121.5
Ashton 132.4 128.35 128.35
Baker 128.05
Battle Mountain 132.25 128.725
Big Piney 128.35 128.35
Billings 127.75 127.75
Blackfoot 128.35 128.35
Bliss 128.55 121.15 118.05
Boise 118.05
Boysen 133.25 133.25
Bozeman 132.4 132.4 119.55
Bryce Canyon 133.6
Burley 118.05
Butte 133.4 132.4 132.4
Cascade 121.15
Cedar City 125.575
Delta 127.825 125.575 120.275
Elko 132.25 128.725
Ely 133.45
Fairfield 135.775 133.9 127.825
Francis Peak 135.775 127.7 119.95
Glasgow 126.85 126.85
Grassy Mountain 128.55 128.55
Great Falls 133.4 119.75
Green River 124.35 124.35
Hanksville 133.6
Jackson 133.25 133.25
Judith Mountain 133.4 126.85
Lakeside 133.4 119.75
Livingston 118.975
Lovell 133.25 133.25
Malad City 133.8 127.7 125.925
Miles City 126.85 126.85
Miller Peak 133.4 119.75 119.75
Myton 135.775 119.95 119.95
Rome 128.05 121.15
Salmon 132.4 132.4
Sheridan 127.75 127.75
Squaw Butte 128.05 121.15
Sunnyside 133.9 127.925
Tonopah 134.525 133.45
Watford City 126.85 126.85
Wilson Creek 134.525 133.45 127.925
Winnemucca 132.25

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

257
H123, L911121314
(KZLC)

258

AIR ROUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTERS


SEATTLE CENTER 121.5 121.5
Antelope Mountain 124.85
Arcata 124.85
Badger Mountain 134.95 134.95 127.05 127.05
Beacon Hill 127.05 127.05 120.3 120.3
Cottonwood 123.95 118.55
Dallesport 126.6 126.6
Ferndale 135.15 124.85
Fort Lawton 127.05 127.05
Hoquiam 128.3
Horton 132.075 125.8 121.4
Kimberly 135.45
Klamath Falls 134.9 127.6
Lakeside 123.95
Lakeview 135.35 127.6
Larch Mountain 128.3 128.3 126.6 126.6
Marlin 126.1
Medford 135.15 124.85 121.4
Mohler 128.45
Mullan Pass 128.45
Nassel 124.2
Neah Bay 125.1 125.1
Redmond 135.35 134.9 128.15 121.35
Rex-Parrett 121.35
Scappoose 128.15 124.2
Spokane 123.95 119.225
Stampede Pass 134.95 134.95
The Dalles 135.45 119.65
Wallula 132.6
Wenatchee 126.1
Whidbey Island 134.95 134.95 128.5 125.1 125.1
Yakima 135.525 135.525 132.6 120.3 120.3 118.55

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

H13, L121113
(KZSE)

FLIGHT SERVICE STATION COMMUNICATION FREQUENCIES

259

VHF frequencies available at Flight Service Stations and at their remote communication outlets (RCO's) are listed below for the
coverage of this volume. Frequencies in bold type are available all altitudes but recommended for use FL180 and above. T indicates
transmit only and R indicates receive only. RCO's available at NAVAID's are listed after the NAVAID name. RCO's not at NAVAID's
are listed by name.
Flight Service Station Communication Frequencies

BOISE RADIO
ASHTON RCO 123.625
BLISS RCO 122.4
BOISE RCO 122.2 122.6
CASCADE RCO 122.35
COEUR D'ALENE RCO 122.05
CONNERS RCO 122.05
HAILEY RCO 122.4
IDAHO FALLS RCO 122.55
LEWISTON RCO 122.35
MALAD CITY RCO 122.65
MOUNTAIN HOME RCO 122.6
MULLAN PASS VOR/DME 117.8T 122.15
POCATELLO RCO 122.35
ROME RCO 122.65
SALMON RCO 122.55
SQUAW BUTTE RCO 122.45
STANLEY RCO 122.6
TWIN FALLS RCO 122.25

CASPER RADIO
ANTELOPE GAP RCO 122.2
BIG PINEY VOR/DME 116.5T 122.3
BOYSEN RESERVOIR VOR/DME 117.8T 122.3
CASPER RCO 122.2 122.4
CHEROKEE RCO 122.4
CHEYENNE RCO 122.3
CODY RCO 122.3
CONVERSE RCO 121.975
CRAZY WOMAN VOR/DME 117.3T 122.025
DUNOIR RCO 122.6
FORT BRIDGER RCO 122.3
GILLETTE RCO 122.3
JACKSON RCO 122.05
LARAMIE VOR/DME 117.6T 122.6
MEDICINE BOW RCO 122.5
NEWCASTLE RCO 122.5
RAWLINS RCO 122.2
RIVERTON RCO 122.2
ROCK SPRINGS RCO 122.6
SHERIDAN RCO 122.5
WORLAND RCO 122.4

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FLIGHT SERVICE STATION COMMUNICATION FREQUENCIES

GREAT FALLS RADIO


BILLINGS RCO 122.55
BOZEMAN RCO 122.5
BUTTE RCO 122.2 122.4
COPPERTOWN RCO 122.65
CUT BANK VORTAC 114.4T 122.2
DILLON RCO 122.15
DRUMMOND RCO 122.25
GLASGOW RCO 122.25
GREAT FALLS RCO 122.6
HARLOWTON RCO 122.4
HAVRE RCO 123.65
HELENA RCO 122.55
JUDITH MOUNTAIN RCO 122.2
LAKESIDE RCO 122.5
LEWISTOWN RCO 122.35
LIVINGSTON RCO 122.2
MILES CITY RCO 122.2
MILLER PEAK RCO 122.45
SIDNEY RCO 123.65
TOWER HILL RCO 122.3
WOLF POINT RCO 122.45
YELLOWSTONE RCO 119.4

MC MINNVILLE RADIO
ASTORIA RCO 122.3
AUGSPURGER MOUNTAIN RCO 122.3
BEAVER MOUNTAIN RCO 122.4
BURNS RCO 122.5
CAPE BLANCO RCO 122.4
ENTERPRISE RCO 122.5
EUGENE RCO 122.3
KIMBERLY RCO 122.6
KLAMATH FALLS RCO 122.6
LAKEVIEW VORTAC 112.0T 122.3
MC MINNVILLE RCO 122.45
MEDFORD RCO 122.65
NEWBERG RCO 122.45
NEWPORT RCO 122.5
NORTH BEND RCO 122.4
ONTARIO RCO 122.3
PENDLETON RCO 122.2
PORTLAND RCO 122.6
REDMOND RCO 122.5
ROSEBURG VOR/DME 108.2T 122.55
SALEM RCO 122.6
SEXTON SUMMIT RCO 122.5
SUNRIVER RCO 122.3
WALLULA RCO 122.6

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

FLIGHT SERVICE STATION COMMUNICATION FREQUENCIES


SEATTLE RADIO
BADGER MOUNTAIN RCO 122.3
BELLINGHAM RCO 122.15
BUCKHORN MTN RCO 122.2
ELLENSBURG RCO 122.2
EPHRATA RCO 122.2
HOQUIAM RCO 122.2
JUMPOFFJOE RCO 122.4
MOSES LAKE VOR/DME 115.0T 122.4
MOUNT CONSTITUTION RCO 122.3
OCEAN SHORES RCO 122.4
PAINE RCO 122.55
PORT ANGELES RCO 122.6
PULLMAN VOR/DME 109.0T 122.6
SEATTLE RCO 122.5 123.65
SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON RCO 122.250 122.55
SPOKANE RCO 122.2 122.55 122.65
TATOOSH VORTAC 112.2T 122.25
THE DALLES RCO 122.65
VANCOUVER RCO 122.35
WALLA WALLA RCO 122.3
WENATCHEE RCO 122.6
YAKIMA RCO 122.5

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262

FSDO
Flight Standards District Offices

FLIGHT STANDARDS DISTRICT OFFICES (FSDO)


Below is a list of FSDO's in the area of coverage of this directory. These offices serve the aviation industry and the general public on
matters relating to certification and operation of general aviation aircraft. Address letters to Manager, Flight Standards District
OfficeFederal Aviation Administration.

IDAHO

WASHINGTON

3295 Elder Street


Airport Plaza, Suite 350
Boise, ID 83705
Telephone: 2083874000
18004530001
Fax: 2083874020

1601 Lind Ave. S. W., Suite 260


Renton, WA 98057
Telephone: 4252272813
18003541940
Fax: 4252271810

MONTANA
2725 Skyway Drive
Helena, MT 596021213
Telephone: 4064495270
18004579917
Fax: 4064495275

OREGON
3180 NW 229th Avenue
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Telephone: 5036153200
18008473806
Fax: 5036153300

6133 E. Rutter Avenue


Spokane, WA 99212
Telephone: 5095322340
18003412623
Fax: 5095322380

WYOMING
Casper FSFO
951 Werner Court, Suite 320
Casper, WY 826011312
Telephone: 3072615425
18003255785

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

ROUTES
Routes/Waypoints

263

PREFERRED IFR ROUTES

A system of preferred routes has been established to guide pilots in planning their route of flight, to minimize route changes during
the operational phase of flight, and to aid in the efficient orderly management of the air traffic using federal airways. The preferred IFR
routes which follow are designed to serve the needs of airspace users and to provide for a systematic flow of air traffic in the major
terminal and en route flight environments. Cooperation by all pilots in filing preferred routes will result in fewer traffic delays and will
better provide for efficient departure, en route and arrival air traffic service.
The following lists contain preferred IFR routes for the low altitude stratum and the high altitude stratum. The high altitude list is in
two sections; the first section showing terminal to terminal routes and the second section showing single direction route segments. Also,
on some high altitude routes low altitude airways are included as transition routes.
The following will explain the terms/abbreviations used in the listing:
1. Preferred routes beginning/ending with an airway number indicate that the airway essentially overlies the airport and flight are
normally cleared directly on the airway.
2. Preferred IFR routes beginning/ending with a fix indicate that aircraft may be routed to/from these fixes via a Standard Instrument
Departure (SID) route, radar vectors (RV), or a Standard Terminal Arrival Route (STAR).
3. Preferred IFR routes for major terminals selected are listed alphabetically under the name of the departure airport. Where several
airports are in proximity they are listed under the principal airport and categorized as a metropolitan area; e.g., New York Metro
Area.
4. Preferred IFR routes used in one direction only for selected segments, irrespective of point of departure or destination, are listed
numerically showing the segment fixes and the direction and times effective.
5. Where more than one route is listed the routes have equal priority for use.
6. Official location identifiers are used in the route description for VOR/VORTAC navaids.
7. Intersection names are spelled out.
8. Navaid radial and distance fixes (e.g., ARD201113) have been used in the route description in an expediency and intersection
names will be assigned as soon as routine processing can be accomplished. Navaid radial (no distance stated) may be used to
describe a route to intercept a specified airway (e.g., MIV MIV101 V39); another navaid radial (e.g., UIM UIM255 GSW081); or
an intersection (e.g., GSW081 FITCH).
9. Where two navaids, an intersection and a navaid, a navaid and a navaid radial and distance point, or any navigable combination
of these route descriptions follow in succession, the route is direct.
10. The effective times for the routes are in UTC. During periods of daylight saving time effective times will be one hour earlier than
indicated. All states observe daylight saving time except Arizona, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Pilots planning flight
between the terminals or route segments listed should file for the appropriate preferred IFR route.
11. (90170 incl) altitude flight level assignment in hundred of feet.
12. The notations pressurized and unpressurized for certain low altitude preferred routes to Kennedy Airport indicate the
preferred route based on aircraft performance.
13. High Altitude Preferred IFR Routes are in effect during the following time periods unless otherwise noted.
Sun ............................................................................................................................................13002259 local time.
Mon thru Fri ................................................................................................................................07012259 local time.
Sat .............................................................................................................................................07011459 local time.
14. Use current SIDs and STARSs for flight planning.
15. For high altitude routes, the portion of the routes contained in brackets [ ] is suggested but optional. The portion of the route
outside the brackets will likely be required by the facilities involved.
Low Altitude Directional Routes

SPECIAL LOW ALTITUDE DIRECTIONAL ROUTES


Route

Effective
Times
(UTC)

Low altitude IFR traffic 13000 feet and below overflying the Portland, OR Area:
Southbound/southwestbound ..................
OLM V165 UBG ..................................................
Northbound ..........................................
UBG V165 OLM ..................................................

14000700
14000700

Low Altitude IFR traffic 9000 feet and below overflying the Seattle, WA Area:
Southbound/Southwestbound..................
V165 .................................................................
Northbound ..........................................
V165 .................................................................
Eastbound ............................................
V004 SEA V002..................................................

14000700
14000700
14000700

Low Altitude IFR traffic 10000 to 15000 overflying the Seattle, WA Area:
Southbound ..........................................
V165 V495.........................................................
Southbound ..........................................
V023 V165 DIGGN V495.....................................
Eastbound ............................................
V004 SEA V2......................................................

14000700
14000700
14000700

Low Altitude IFR traffic 10000 to 15000 overflying the Seattle, WA Area landing in PDX area:
Southbound ..........................................
V165 V495 SEA HELNSSTAR .............................
Southbound ..........................................
V023 V165 DIGGN V495 SEA HELNSSTAR .........

14000700
14000700

Low Altitude IFR traffic from the North terminating at McMinnville, OR, Aurora State, OR, or Hillsboro, OR:
Southbound ..........................................
V165 UBG..........................................................

14000700

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264

PREFERRED IFR ROUTES


SPECIAL LOW ALTITUDE DIRECTIONAL ROUTES

Terminals

Route

From the Eugene, OR Area: (props and turboprops, 170 and below)
Northbound.........................................
V481 CVO V495 UBG ..........................................
Southbound.........................................
V448 OED...........................................................

Effective
Times
(UTC)
14000700
14000700

High Altitude Preferred Routes

HIGH ALTITUDE
Terminals
BOISE (BOI)
Chicago OHare (ORD) ..........................

PORTLAND (PDX)
Burbank (BUR) ....................................
Chicago O'Hare (ORD) ..........................

Detroit MetroWayne Co (DTW) .............


Houston (HOU)....................................
Houston (IAH) .....................................

Long Beach (LGB)................................


Los Angeles (LAX) ................................
Ontario (ONT)......................................
Santa Ana (SNA)..................................
SEATTLE BOEING FLD (BFI)
Burbank (BUR) ....................................
Long Beach (LGB)................................
Los Angeles (LAX) ................................
Ontario (ONT)......................................
Santa Ana (SNA)..................................
SEATTLE/TACOMA (SEA)
Anchorage (ANC) .................................
Burbank (BUR) ....................................
Cleveland Metro Area (CLE) (CGF) (BKL)
(LNN) (LPR) .................................
Detroit MetroWayne Co. (DTW) ............
Houston (HOU)....................................
Houston (IAH) .....................................

Kennedy (JFK) .....................................


Long Beach (LGB)................................
Los Angeles (LAX) ................................
Newark (EWR).....................................
Ontario (ONT)......................................
Santa Ana (SNA)..................................

Route
(FL240 and aboveJets) to join DPR J16 MCW
JVLSTAR ........................................................
or
(TurbojetsRNAV 1) DPR J16 MCW BULLZ
(RNAV)STAR ...................................................

Effective
Times
(UTC)

00002359

00002359

J67 LIN J189 AVE FIM .........................................


J16 MCW JVLSTAR ............................................
or
(TurbojetsRNAV 1) J16 MCW BULLZ (RNAV)STAR
ODI J34 BAE POLARSTAR...................................
(TurbojetsGPS or DME/DMEIRU equipped) PNH
MQP ELLVR NNEAL KIDDZ (RNAV)STAR ...........
(Turbojets and TurbopropsGPS or DME/DMEIRU
equipped) (IAH East Flow) PNH MQP GUSHR
(RNAV)STAR ...................................................
or
(Turbojets and TurbopropsGPS or DME/DMEIRU
equipped) (IAH West Flow) PNH MQP DRLLR
(RNAV)STAR ...................................................
J67 LIN J189 AVE FIM .........................................
J67 LIN J189 AVE FIM .........................................
J67 LKV J5 EHF PMD ..........................................
J67 LIN J189 AVE FIM .........................................

13000600
13000600
13000600
13000600

SEA J5 LKV J67 LIN J189 AVE FIM .......................


SEA J5 LKV J67 LIN J189 AVE FIM .......................
SEA J5 LKV J67 LIN J189 AVE FIM .......................
SEA J5 EHF ZIGGYSTAR......................................
SEA J5 LKV J67 LIN J189 AVE FIM .......................

13000600
13000600
13000600
13000600
13000600

(RNAV only) SQUIM AKWAY AKHOG LAIRE AKZOO


JOH.................................................................
SUMMADP SUMMA J5 LKV J67 LIN J189 AVE FIM
BAE J34 GRR HIMEZSTAR ..................................
J90 HLN J34 BAE POLARSTAR ...........................
(TurbojetsGPS or DME/DMEIRU equipped) PNH
MQP ELLVR NNEAL KIDDZ (RNAV)STAR ...........
(Turbojets and TurbopropsGPS or DME/DMEIRU
equipped) (IAH East Flow) MQP GUSHR
(RNAV)STAR ...................................................
or
(Turbojets and TurbopropsGPS or DME/DMEIRU
equipped) (IAH West Flow) MQP DRLLR
(RNAV)STAR ...................................................
J90 HLN J34 ODI J30 J90 OBK J584 CRL J554
JHW J70 LVZ LENDYSTAR...............................
SUMMADP SUMMA J5 LKV J67 LIN J189 AVE FIM
SUMMADP SUMMA J5 LKV J67 LIN J189 AVE FIM
J90 ABR J70 GEP DLL J34 CRL J584 SLT
FQMSTAR.......................................................
SUMMADP SUMMA J5 EHF PMD ........................
SUMMADP SUMMA J5 LKV J67 LIN J189 AVE
FIM .................................................................

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

13000600
00002359

13000600

13000600
13000600

13000600
13000600

PREFERRED IFR ROUTES


Terminals
SPOKANE (GEG)
Chicago OHare (ORD) ..........................

Route
(FL240 and above, Turbojets) to join DPR J16 MCW
JVLSTAR........................................................
or
(TurbojetsRNAV 1) DPR J16 MCW BULLZ
(RNAV)STAR ..................................................

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

265
Effective
Times
(UTC)

00002359

266

Q-ROUTES
GULF OF MEXICO Q ROUTES

Q-Routes

These area navigation routes extend more than 12 miles off shore in airspace controlled by the Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA). Additional regulatory information for these routes can be found in the Notices to Airmen Publication, Part 3, International
Notices to Airmen.
These routes have a Minimum Obstruction Clearance Altitude (MOCA) of 1500 feet (MSL). The Minimum Enroute Altitude (MEA) for
these routes is 6000 feet (MSL).
Q100
LEV VORTAC
REDFN
NAITE
ROZZI
REMIS
SRQ VORTAC
Q102
LEZ VORTAC
BLVNS
BUNNZ
BACCA
CIGAR
BAGGS
CYY VORTAC
Q105
HRV VORTAC
FATSO
REDFN
BLVNS

N2852.98/W08842.11
N2842.64/W08805.00
N2818.87/W08642.31
N2753.04/W08515.47

N2822.94/W08802.05
N2800.58/W08645.76
N2735.51/W08520.66
N2729.61/W08446.99
N2708.06/W08250.45

N2941.40/W08947.08
N2852.98/W08842.11
N2822.94/W08802.05

QROUTES REGULATORY
Q1, Q3, Q5, Q7, Q9 and Q11 are preferred single direction (Southbound) Q routes; flight planning Northbound not authorized.
Q routes are RNAV routes that require the use of GNSS or DME/DME/IRU RNAV, unless otherwise indicated. Please note that this
section does not apply to Q routes in the Gulf of Mexico.
GNSS and DME/DME/IRU RNAV operations are authorized along Q routes at FL 180 and above. GNSS and DME/DME/IRU RNAV
MEAs will only be published if above FL 180.
DME facilities that have been assessed for RNAV operations are listed below. Q routes with no DME facilities listed are limited to
GNSS RNAV operations only. Those routes will have an enroute chart note GNSS REQUIRED.
Route
Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Segment
POINT REYESETCHY
ETCHYTOCOS
TOCOSENVIE
ENVIEELENN
ELENNEBINY
EBINYEASON
EASONERAVE
ERAVEELMAA
BOILEHEDVI
HEDVIHOBOL
HOBOLITUCO
ITUCONEWMAN
FEPOTFAMUK
FAMUKFRFLY
FRFLYFINER
FINERFOWND
FOWNDPOINT REYES
BOILEHEDVI

DME
LIN, ECA, RBL, SAC, OAK, PYE
RBL, PYE, SAC, OAK, LIN, ECA, ENI
OED, RBL, ENI, PYE
RBL, LMT, OED
LMT, OED, CVO, EUG, RBL
CVO, DSD, OED, BTG, UBG, ONP, EUG, LMT
SEA, BTG, OLM, HQM, LTJ, CVO, DSD, OED, UBG, ONP, EUG
BTG, OLM, HQM, UBG, HUH
HEC, PDZ, OCN, PMD, LAX, RZS, IPL, TRM, PKE, BLH, EED, BZA, GBN,
BZA, GBN, BLH, EED, PXR, IPL, TFD, DRK, TUS
TFD, GBN, BLH, PXR, TUS, CIE, SSO
EWM, TFD, PXR, CIE, SSO, TUS, TCS
OLM, TOU, HQM, CVO, BTG, DSD, LTJ, UBG, ONP, EUG
BTG, DSD, OED, CVO, EUG, ONP, UBG, RBL, LMT
OED, EUG, RBL, LMT, ENI, CVO, FJS
OED, PYE, ECA, LIN, OAK, ENI, RBL, LMT, SAC, FJS
LIN, ECA, PYE, RBL, SAC, ENI
HEC, PDZ, OCN, PMD, LAX, RZS, IPL, TRM, PKE, BLH, BZA, EED, GBN

HEDVISCOLE
SCOLESPTFR
SPTFRZEBOL

EED, BLH, BZA, GBN, TRM, IPL, TFD


EED, BLH, BZA, GBN, TRM, IPL, TFD
EED, IPL, BZA, GBN, TFD, PXR, BLH

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

Q-ROUTES
Route

Q5

Q7

Q9

Q11

Q13
Q15
Q19

Q20

Q21
Q22

Q23
Q24

Q25

Q26
Q27
Q28

Q29

Segment
ZEBOLSKTTR
SKTTREL PASO
HAROBHISKU
HISKUHARPR
HARPRHOMEG
HOMEGHUPTU
HUPTUSTIKM
JINMOJOGEN
JOGENJUNEJ
JUNEJJAGWA
JAGWAAVENAL
SUMMASMIGE

267

DME
PXR, BLH, BZA, GBN, TFD, TUS, SSO, CIE, SVC, TCS
EWM, CUS, SVC, TCS, SSO, CIE, ELP, DMN, CME
OLM, ONP, CVO, EUG, HQM, UBG, BTG, LTJ, DSD, HUH
ONP, CVO, EUG, LTJ, DSD, UBG, BTG, RBL, OED, LMT, FJS, LKV
CVO, EUG, OED, RBL, LMT, ENI, FJS, LKV
SAC, PYE, LIN, OAK, ECA, LMT, RBL, ENI, OED, FJS
OAK, ECA, PYE, LIN, SAC, ENI, RBL
CVO, HQM, LTJ, UBG, BTG, ONP, IMB, EUG, OLM, DSD, YKM, PDT, SEA
LTJ, IMB, UBG, EUG, CVO, RBL, LMT, FMG, DSD, LKV, OED, BTG
RBL, LMT, FMG, LIN, SAC, ECA, ENI, MOD, SWR, OAK, LKV, CZQ, AVE, SNS
OAK, MOD, ECA, EHF, PRB, AVE, SNS, CZQ
OLM, UBG, SEA, YKM, BTG, ONP, IMB, HQM, PDT, EUG, LTJ, CVO, DSD, OED, EPH,
MWH
SMIGESUNBE
IMB, UBG, EUG, IMB, RBL, LMT, FMG, SAC, OED, CVO, LKV, DSD, BTG
SUNBEREBRG
RBL, LMT, FMG, SAC, ECA, MVA, CZQ, OAK, EHF, PMD, LKV, LIN, MOD, AVE, OED,
SWR
REBRGDERBB
CZQ, PMD, EHF, LAX, RZS, AVE, MOD, ECA
PAAGEPAWLI
EPH, UBG, CVO, EUG, HQM, YKM, OLM, PDT, BTG, ONP, IMB, LTJ, DSD, LKV, OED,
SEA
PAWLIPITVE
EUG, FMG, SAC, IMB, LKV, OED, DSD, RBL, LMT, CVO, REO
PITVEPUSHH
FMG, SAC, LIN, SWR, MOD, OAL, RBL, LKV, LMT, MVA, CZQ
PUSHHLOS ANGELES
SAC, ECA, FMG, LIN, OAL, MOD, EHF, LAX, PMD, PDZ, HEC, OCN, CZQ, AVE, RZS
All segments
GNSS required
All segments
GNSS required
NASHVILLEPLESS
BNA, BWG, CSX, ENL, FAM, GQO, IIU, PXV, STL
PLESSST LOUIS
AXC, CSX, ENL, FAM, PXV, SPI, STL, UIN
ST LOUISDES MOINES
ALO, AXC, CID, CSX, DSM, ENL, FAM, FOD, LOW, IRK, LMN, OVR, SPI, STL, UIN
DES MOINESSIOUX FALLS
ALO, CID, DSM, FOD, FSD, LOW, IRK, LMN, MCW, ONL, OVR, RWF
SIOUX FALLSABERDEEN
ABR, FAR, FOD, FSD, ONL, RWF
CORONAHONDS
CNX, ABQ, ACH, ONM, TXO, LVS, TCC, CME
HONDSUNNOS
CNX, INK, CME, TXO, TCC
UNNOSFUSCO
FST, ACH, INK, CME, SJT, TXO, TCC
FUSCOJUNCTION
ABI, CWK, CSI, INK, LZZ, JCT, SJT, STV, FST
JONEZRAZORBACK
BYP, EOS, TUL, TXK, ADM, RZC, OKM
GUSTIOYSTY
AEX, LFT, LLA, VUH, LCH
OYSTYACMES
LEV, HRV, PCU, ROR, MCB
ACMESCATLN
BFM, HRV, CEW, GCV, MCB
CATLNTWOUP
CEW, MGM, MVC, SJI, MEI
TWOUPSPARTANBURG
PDK, MCN, AHN, GOO, ODF
SPARTANBURGNYBLK
CAE, SPA, IRQ, SUG, ODF
NYBLKMASHI
SPA, BZM, GRD, CLT, GSO
MASHIKIDDO
SPA, BZM, GRD, CLT, GSO
KIDDOOMENS
SBV, LIB, PSK, GSO, RDU
OMENSBEARI
GVE, FAK, PSK, RIC, RDU
FORT SMITHRAZORBACK
OKM, RZC, EOS, TUL
LAKE CHARLESBATON ROUGE AEX, DAS, LCH, MCB, LFT, BTR
BATON ROUGEIRUBE
AEX, LEV, MCB, LCH, RQR, HRV, BTR, GCV, MCB, PCU, SJI, LBY
IRUBEPAYTN
GCV, MCB, JYU, PCU, MEI, HRV, CEW, SJI
MEEOWWALNUT RIDGE
ELD, MEM, LIT, FAM, RZC, EIC, TXK, ARG, GQE
WALNUT RIDGEWLSUN
MEM, STL, BWG, PXV, ENL, FAM, ARG, BNA, CSX, TTH
WLSUNPOCKET CITY
BWG, PXV, ENL, BNA, TTH
WALNUT RIDGEDEVAC
LIT, JKS, GQO, MEM, BNA, FAM, ARG, DYR, VUZ, RMG
FORT SMITHZALDA
OKM, SGF, RZC, EOS, TUL
GRAZNPYRMD
EIC, LIT, ELD, OKM, TXK
PYRMDHAKAT
ARG, LIT, FAM, ELD, SGF, RZC, MEM, TXK
HAKATESTEE
ARG, LIT, FAM, SGF, MEM
ESTEEPOCKET CITY
ARG, CSX, FAM, PXV, ENL, MEM, STL, BWG, TTH, BNA
HARESMEMPHIS
MEM, ARG, LIT, JAN, ELD, SQS
MEMPHISSIDAE
MEM, PXV, BNA, BWG, ARG, ENL
SIDAEPOCKET CITY
PXV, TTH, BWG, ENL

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

268
Route
Q30
Q31

Q32

Q33
Q34

Q35

Q36

Q37

Q38

Q39
Q40

Q42

Q-ROUTES
Segment
SIDONVULCAN
DHARTJODOX
JODOXMARVELL
MARVELLTIIDE
TIIDEPOCKET CITY
EL DORADOGAGLE
GAGLECRAMM
CRAMMNASHVILLE
NASHVILLESWAPP
DHARTLITTLE ROCK
LITTLE ROCKPROWL
TEXARKANAMATIE
MATIEMEMPHIS
MEMPHISSWAPP
DRAKECORKR
CORKRWINEN
WINENNEERO
NEEROKOATA
KOATAKIMBERLY
RAZORBACKTWITS
TWITSDEPEC
DEPECNASHVILLE
NASHVILLESWAPP
FORT STOCKTONCAVRN
CAVRNYORUB
YORUBIMMAS
IMMASPUEBLO
ROKITINCIN
INCINLAREY
LAREYBESOM
CLAWDTARCI
ALEXANDRIADOOMS
DOOMSWINAP
WINAPMISLE
MISLEBFOLO
BFOLONIOLA
NIOLAJAARE
JAAREOJESS
OJESSALEAN
ALEANFEEDS
FEEDSMAULS
MAULSFANPO
KIRKSVILLESTRUK
STRUKDANVILLE

HIDONBUBAA
BUBAAPSYKO
PSYKOBRNAN
BRNANHOTEE
HOTEEMIKYG
MIKYGSPOTZ
SPOTZZIMMZ
LOUISVILLEHELUB
HELUBENGRA

DME
GLH, MEM, VUZ, JAN, JYU, MEI, MGM, SQS, RMG
SQS, LIT, TXK
SQS, LIT, ELD, MEM, ARG
ARG, BWG, PXV, FAM, LIT, MEM, ENL, TTH
BWG, PXV, ENL, TTH
AEX, JAN, MEM, SQS, SWB, ELD, LIT, TXK
JAN, SQS, MEM, ARG, VUZ, BNA, LIT
BWG, MEM, VUZ, BNA, GQO
BWG, IIU, PXV, VXV, BNA, GQO
AEX, ELD, LIT, TXK, SWB, ARG, MEM, SQS
ELD, SGF, FAM, LIT, ARG, MEM, RZC, CSX, STL
LIT, SWB, TXK, BYP, EIC, ELD, SQS
LIT, ARG, MEM, ELD, SQS
BWG, ARG, MEM, MKL, SQS, PXV, BNA, GQO, IIU, VXV
TFD, INW, GCN, FLG, PGS, DRK, BLD, BCE, TBC
DRK, INW, PGS, TBC, MLF, ILC, BLD, BCE, CDC
BCE, MLF, CDC, ELY, DTA, ILC, BVL, REO, BAM, SDO, BQU
REO, LKV, BOI, PDT, BAM, IMB, DSD
LKV, REO, PDT, DSD, LTJ
RZC, MEM, SGF, BUM, TUL, EOS, FAM, ARG, LIT
MEM, GQO, BNA, BWG, FAM, ARG, PXV, IIU
GQO, BWG, BNA, PXV, IIU
VXV, BWG, BNA, GQO, PXV, IIU
SJT, ELP, INK, CME, FST
TXO, ELP, CME, INK, FST, SJT
CME, ABQ, TXO, ACH, FTI, CNX, TCC, CIM, INK
FTI, CIM, ALS, PUB, LAA, HGO, FQF, DVV, DEN, BVR, BJC, AKO, ACH, TCC, TXO, CNX
DAS, LCH, SWB, IAH, LFK, HUB, AEX
JAN, MCB, SWB, AEX
JAN, JYU, MEI, SQS, VUZ
AIR, HNN, BKW, GSO, HVQ, RDU, PSK, BZM, SPA
LCH, SWB, AEX, MCB, HEL
JAN, SWB, AEX, MCB, HEZ
JAN, SQS, MEI, MCB
LDK, VUL, OKW, MEL, JYU
LGC, VUZ, GOO, RMG, GAD
ATL, ODF, GOO, RMG, VXV
SPZ, ODF, GOO, SOT, VXV
SPA, ODF, HMV, SOT, VXV
BLF, BKW, HMV, GZG, GSO
BLF, BKW, LWB, ROA, GSO
FAK, RIC, MOL, GVE, CSN
CID, IOW, UIN, LMN, IRK, BDF, STL, DEC, ENL, CSX
ENL, IOW, UIN, BDF, DEC, STL, CSX, SPI, TTH, BVT, JOT, VHP, OXI, ENL, OKK, OBK,
GIJ, FWA, GSH, IRK
GIJ, SPI, BDF, OBK, OKK, VHP, BVT, DEC, GSH, FWA, JOT, TTH, OXI, ROD, FLM
FLM, VHP, GSH, TTH, GIJ, OKK, FWA, ROD, OXI, CRL, GSH, APE, DJB, DXO, HNN, AIR,
HVQ, CXR, EWC
AIR, APE, HNN, CXR, HVQ, EWC, DJB
AIR, APE, DJB, CXR, HNN, EWC, SLT, CSN, JHW, ETG, PSB
PSB, JHW, EWC, AIR, ETG, CSN, EMI, SLT
SLT, PSB, THS, ETG, RAV, THS, HAR, SEG, LRP, EMI
RAV PSB LRP EMI RBV PTW HNK HUO SIE HNK SAX
FJC SIE CYN LRP SAX JFK PTW ETX EMI
BWZ SAX CYN ETX HNK
HYK, FLM, IIU, ABB, EWO, BWG
HYK, FLM, IIU, LOZ, BWG, VXV

ENGRAIBATE
IBATECUBIM
CHOPZIPTAY

HYK, FLM, IIU, LOZ, AZO, VXV


AZQ, FLM, IIU, LOZ, VXV
ODF, RMG, MCN, AHN, IRQ

DANVILLEMUNCIE
MUNCIEHIDON

Q50

Q52

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

Q-ROUTES
Route

Q54

Q56

Q58

Q60

Q62

Q63

Q64

Q65

Segment
IPTAYAWYAT
AWYATCOLZI
GREENWOODNYLLA
GREENWOODNYLLA
NYLLACHYPS
NYLLACHYPS
CHYPSAHOEY
AHOEYRAANE
CHYPSRAANE
AHOEYNUTZE
RAANENUTZE
NUTZERAANE
RAANENUTZE
CATLNKBLER

269

DME
IRQ, CLT, SPA, GRD, CAE
BZM, RDU, SPA, PSK, GSO
IRQ, SPA, CAE, GRD, ELW, FLO, ODF
IRQ, SPA, CAE, GRD, ELW, FLO, ODF
CAE, IRQ, GRD, SPA, CLT, CTF, FLO, GSO
CAE, IRQ, GRD, SPA, CLT, CTF, FLO, GSO
CAE, SPA, GSO, CLT, RDU, FLO
SPA, FLO, GSO, RDU, SDZ, CTF
CAE, SPA, GSO, CLT, RDU, FLO
SPA, FLO, GSO, RDU, SDZ, CTF
ILM, SDZ, RDU, TYI, FLO, LIB, ORF, GSO, ISO, FAY

FIGEYGREENWOOD
GREENWOODDARRL
DARRLIDDAA
IDDAATAR RIVER
JEFOICESKI
CESKIDAREE
DAREELORNN
LORNNSOGEE

ILM, SDZ, RDU, TYI, FLO, LIB, ORF, GSO, ISO, FAY
ATL, CEW, GRD, JYU, LGC, MCN, MEL, MGM, MVC, ODF, PDK, PZD, RMG, SJI, TGE,
VUZ
AHN, ATL, CAE, ELW, GRD, IRQ, MCN, ODF, RMG, SPA
CAE, CLT, FLO, GRD, GSO, IRQ, ODF, SPA
CAE, CLT, FLO, GRD, GSO, LIB, PSK, RDU, SPA
FLO, GSO, LIB, PSK, RDU
FAK, GSO, LIB, PSK, RDU, SBV
FAK, GSO, GVE, LIB, PSK, RDU, RIC, SBV
FAK, GSO, GVE, RDU, RIC, SBV
FLO, GRD, GSO, ODF, CAE, CLT, SPA, ELW, IRQ, RDU, ODF, LIB
FLO, GSO, RDU, LIB, CLT, SPA, SDZ
FLO, GSO, RDU, LIB, SDZ, PSK
FAK, PSK, GSO, RDU, RIC, LIB, SBV, GVE
GRD, RDU, SUG, CLT, GSO, ODF, PSK, CAE, SPA, LIB, BZM, IRQ
RDU, GSO, PSK, LIB
RDU, GSO, PSK, GVE, SBV, FAK, LIB
RDU, GSO, RIC, PSK, GVE, SBV, FAK
OKK, OXL, BVT, GIJ, GRR, GSH, FWA
GSH, BVT, OKK, OXI, ROD, CRL, FWA, GIJ, DXO, GRR, PMM
DXO, GIJ, DJB, ROD, FWA
APE, VWV, DJB, ROD, CRL, GSH, SKY, DXO, CXR, DJB, MFD
CRL CXR DJB SKY APE DXO EWC MFD AIR ACO BSV YNG ACO
YNG ACO EWC DJB AIR
CXR JHW EWC DJB AIR ETG CIP PSB MMJ
PSB JHW TON JST EWC PSB SLT REC ETG
SEG ETG TON SLT EMI
SEG, PSB, TON, SLT, EMI
SEG MIP RAV SLT EMI HAR ETG PSB
SAX, EMI, RBV, MIP, PSB, LRP, ETG, PTW
LRP, SIE, SAX, PTW, ETX
GZG VXV AZQ BKW HVQ
HVQ VXV AZQ FLM HNN
HYK IIU CVG FLM
ROD IIU CVG RID VHP
AHN, ATL, CAE, CEW, CSG, ELW, GRD, IRQ, JYU, LGC, MCN, MEL, MGM, MVC, ODF,
PZD, RMG, SJI, SPA, TGE
AHN, CAE, ELW, GRD, IRQ, MCN, ODF, SPA
CAE, CLT, ELW, FLO, GRD, GSO, IRQ, ODF, SPA
CAE, CLT, CTF, FLO, GRD, GSO, IRQ, LIB, RDU, SDZ, SPA
CTF, FAK, FAY, FLO, GSO, ILM, LIB, ORF, RDU, RIC, SDZ, SPA, TYI
DBN IRQ MCN OTK PZD
ODF GRD HRS VXV RMG
ODF GQO HRS VXV RMG
BWG, IIU, LOZ, VXV, FLM

SOGEEENGRA
ENGRAOCASE
OCASEROSEWOOD

BWG IIU LOZ HYK FLM


CVG IIU FLM HYK
FWA DQN FLM ROD APE

KBLERKELLN
KELLNKTOWN
KTOWNBYSCO
BYSCOJOOLI
JOOLINUUMN
NUUMNORACL
ORACLKIWII
KELLNGLOVR
GLOVRLUMAY
LUMAYSTUKI
STUKIPEETT
SPARTANBURGBYJAC
BYJACEVING
EVINGLOOEY
LOOEYJAXSN
WATSNDAIFE
DAIFENOLNN
NOLNNWEEVR
WEEVRPSKUR
PSKURFAALS
FAALSALEEE
ALEEEQUARM
QUARMBURNI
BURNIMCMAN
MCMANVALLO
VALLORAVINE
RAVINESUZIE
SUZIESARAA
DOOGEHAPKI
HAPKITONIO
TONIOOCASE
OCASEHEVAN
CATLNFIGEY

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

270
Route
Q66

Q67

Q68
Q69

Q71

Q72

Q80

Q104

Q106

Q108
Q110

Q112

Q-ROUTES
Segment
LITTLE ROCKCIVKI
CIVKIRICKX
RICKXTROVE
TROVEBAZOO
BAZOOMETWO
METWOMXEEN
MXEENALEAN
SMTTHCEMEX
CEMEXIBATE
IBATETONIO
TONIOHENDERSON
All segments
BLAANRYCKI
RYCKILUNDD
LUNDDILLSA
ILLSAEWESS
EWESSELKINS
BOBBDATUME
ATUMEHAPKI
HAPKIKONGO
KONGOWISTA
WISTAGEFFS
HACKSGEQUE
GEQUEBENSH
BENSHRAMAY
FAREVJEDER
JEDERENGRA
ENGRADEWAK
DEWAKCEGMA
CEGMAJONEN
JONENBULVE
BULVEWISTA
WISTALEVII
LEVIIRONZZ
RONZZHHOLZ
HHOLZHAMME
HAMMECAPOE
CAPOEOTTTO
DEFUNHEVVN
HEVVNPLYER
PLYERSWABE
SWABEST PETERSBURG
ST PETERSBURGCYPRESS
SMELZBULZI
BULZIDRABK
DRABKGADAY
GADAYHKUNA
BLANSBETIE
BETIEBFOLO
BFOLOJYROD
JYRODFEONA
FEONAGULFR
GULFRBRUTS
BRUTSKPASA
KPASARVERO
RVEROJAYMC
JAYMCTHNDR
INPINHEVVN
HEVVNDEFUN

DME
ELD, PBF, ARG, MEM
GOE, UJM, LIT, ARG, MEM
SOS, HLI, VUZ, BNA, MEM
VXV, SYI, GOO, BNA, BWG
VXV, LVT, GOO, HCH, BWG
VXV, LVT, GOO, HCH, BNA
VXV, FLM, GOO, HCH, BWG
VXV, FLM, IIU
VXV, FLM, IIU, HVQ
BKW, HNN, HVQ
APE, AIR, BKW, HVQ
GNSS required
CHS, GRD, CLT, BZM, FLO, SPA, GSO, CAE, CTF, RDU, BKW, VAN, IRQ, PSK
ROA, GSO, RDU, BKW, PSK
ROA, GSO, LWB, PSK, BKW, HVQ, RDU
ROA, PSK, LWB, GVE, HNN, BKW, EKN, HVQ, GSO
CKB, BKW, HNN, EKN, Q69 PSK, HVQ, AIR, GVE
FLM, AZO, BKW, VXV
FLM, AZO, BKW, VXV, HVQ
HNN, AZO, BKW, GZG, HVQ
HNN, HVQ, BKW, PSK
HNN, HVQ, BKW, AIR
AIR, CKB, APE, HVQ, JPU, EKN, BKW, HNN, MGW
AIR, EKN, MGW, HVQ, CKB, ESL, CSN, GVE, LDN, EMI, HNN, BKW
AML, EMI, GVE, MRB, CSN, MGW, ESL, AIR, LDN, EK
BWG, IIU, FLM, VXV, LOZ, HYK
HYK, IIU, FLM, VXV, LOZ, AZQ, BWG
HVQ, IIU, FLM, AZQ, HNN, ECB, BKW, LOZ, VXV, HYK
ECB, BKW, FLM, AZQ, HNN, HVQ
ECB, BKW, AZQ, HNN, FLM, HVQ
ECB, HVQ, FLM, BKW, HNN, AZQ
ECB, HVQ, BKW, HNN, FLM
HNN, HVQ, FLM, BKM, PSK, AIR, EKN
HNN, HVQ, AIR, EKN, PSK, BKW, FLM, GVE
GVE, HVQ, AIR, EKN, BKW, CSN, PSK, HNN
GVE, ESL, CSN, EKN, BKW, FAK, LDN, HVQ, AIR
EMI, ESL, CSN, FAK, LDN, GVE, RIC, AML, BKW, EKN
LDN, EMI, GVE, ESL, RIC, CSN, AML
PIE, PZD, CRG, SZW, TAY, JYU, CEW, MGM, OTK, CRG
PIE, ORL, OMN, SRQ, TAY, LAL, CRG, SZW, PZD
PIE, ORL, OMN, SRQ, TAY
LAL, ORL, OMN, SRQ, PHK, PIE
PHK, PBI, SRQ, PIE VRB, ORL, FLL, LAL, OMN
LAL, ORL, OMN, PHK, PIE, CRG, VRB, TAY, OTK, PZD, AMG, SZW
AMG, PZD, TAY, CRG, SZW, MGM, OTK, JYU, CEW, SJI
MGM, PZD, OTK, JYU, SZW, CEW, SJI
CEW, JYU, MGM, SZW, RRS, PZD, MAI, OTK, GEF, MGR, TAY, AMG, GRG
BNA, BWG, CNG, ENL, FAM, GHM, MWA, PXV
BNA, BWG, DCU, GHM, GOO, JKS, MSL, RMG, ROZ, VUZ
ATL, GAD, GOO, JYU, LGC, MGM, RMG, TDG, VUZ
ATL, CSG, EUF, JYU, LGC, MCN, MGM, OTK, PZD, RMG, SZW, TGE, VUZ
AMG, EUF, GEF, LGC, MCN, MGM, MGR, OTK, PZD, SZW, TAY
AMG, CRG, CTY, GEF, OTK, PIE, PZD, SZW, TAY
CRG, CTY, LAL, OCF, OMN, ORL, OTK, PIE, SRO, SZW, TAY, TRV
DHP, FLL, LAL, LBV, OMN, ORL, PBI, PHK, PIE, SRO, TRV
DHP, FLL, LAL, LBV, ORL, PBI, PHK, PIE, RSW, SRO, TRV
DHP, FLL, LAL, LBV, ORL, PBI, PHK, RSW, SRO, TRV, VKZ, ZBV
JYU, PZD, CEW, SZW, MGM, OTK, TAY, AMG, PIE, CRG
PIE, OTK, CRG, OMN, LAL, SZW, SRQ, ORL, VRB

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

Q-ROUTES
Route Segment
Q116 KPASABRUTS
BRUTSGULFR
GULFRCEEYA
Q118 MARIONHEVAN
HEVANVOSTK
VOSTKHELUB
HELUBJEDER
JEDERGLAZR
GLAZRKAILL
KAILLJOHNN
JOHNNBRUTS
BRUTSKPASA
Q120 SACRAMENTOZORUN
ZORUNGALLI
GALLIBIG PINEY
BIG PINEYFOSIG
FOSIGREDWOOD FALLS
Q121 PARZZPOCATELLO
POCATELLOTOUGH
Q122 MOGEEMACUS
MACUSMCORD
MCORDLUCIN
LUCINBEARR
BEARRKURSE

Q123
Q124

Q125
Q126

Q128

KURSEO'NEILL
O'NEILLFORT DODGE
PARZZCOKEE
MOGEEMACUS
MACUSMCORD
MCORDSLOWN
SLOWNFASTE
FASTEBONNEVILLE
BONNEVILLEWAATS
PARZZWLLES
TIPREINSLO
INSLOGAROT
GAROTMEEKER
LINDENJSICA
JSICAEDLES
EDLESFLOOD

FLOODZAROS
ZAROSBARTLESVILLE
BARTLESVILLERAZORBACK
RAZORBACKPAMMO
PAMMOMEMPHIS
Q130 LINDENJSICA
JSICAREANA
REANAROCCY
ROCCYRATTLESNAKE
RATTLESNAKEDIXAN
DIXANMIRME
MIRMEPANHANDLE
Q132 WEBGOANAHO
ANAHOMYBAD
MYBADZERAM
ZERAMMAGPY
Q134 DUGLETATOO

271

DME
SRQ, VRB, ORL, PHK, TAY, PIE, OMN, OTK, LAL, CRG, SZW, AMG
OMN, AMG, CRG, TAY, LAL, PZD, SZW, OTK
MCN, AMG, PZD, OTK, SZW, TAY
BVT, CVG, FLA, FWA, GIJ, GSH, IIU, MZZ, OKK, OXI, RID, ROD, SHB, TTH, VHP
BWG, CVG, FLM, FWA, HYK, IIU, OKK, RID, ROD, TTH
BWG, CVG, FLM, HYK, IIU, LOZ, VXV
BWG, CVG, FLM, HYK, IIU, LOZ, LVT, VXV
BNA, BWG, FLM, GQO, HCH, HYK, IIU, LOZ, LVT, VXV
BNA, BWG, GQO, HCH, HRS, LGC, LVT, MCN, ODF, PDK, RMG, VXV
AMG, ATL, GQO, LGC, MCN, MGR, ODF, OTK, PDK, PZD, RMG, SZW, TAY, VNA
AMG, CRG, CTY, GEF, MCN, MGR, OMN, OTK, PIE, PZD, SZW, TAY
CRG, CTY, LAL, OCF, OMN, ORL, OTK, PIE, SRQ, SZW, TAY, TRV
LIN, OAK, ECA, PYE, HNW, SAC, MOD, SWR, MVA, HZN, LLC, FMG
HZN, FMG, MVA, BAM, LLC, SWR
MVA, BAM, REO, BQU, BVL, TWF, LCU, MLD, ELY, PIH, TCH, FFU, BPI, OCS IDA, DBS,
BOY
BOY, OCS, BPI, CKW, RIW, CZI, DDY, GCC, RAP, BFF, DPR
DPR, RAP, PIR, ONL, ABR, HON, FSD, MHE, RWF, FGT, DWN
LCU, DBS, PIH, MLD, TCH, IDA, BVL, BAM
GCC, MLS, DIK, BIL, CZI, BOY, DBS, BPI, IDA, DNW, PIH, JAC, MLD, TCH, LCU
LIN, OAK, ECA, PYE, HNW, MOD, SAC, SWR, FMG, HZN, LLC, MVA
LLC, BAM, FMG, MVA, SDO, HZN
BVL, TCH, PIH, LCU, ELY, MLD, TWF, SDO, BAM, MVA, BQU, FMG, LLC
PIH, TCH, BVL, MLD, FFU, LCU, IDA
PIH, TCH, BVL, LCU, MLD, OCS, BPI, CKW, MTU, BOY, CHE, RLG, CYS, BFF, CZI, DDY,
GLL
BFF, CYS, CDR, SNY, AIA, HCT, ONL, TDD, OBH, CUZ, FSD
YKN, OBH, ONL, OFK, FSD, SUX, FOD, OVR, SPW, MCW, DSM
BIL, MLS, GGW, LWT, HLN, HIA, BZN, DBS, IDA, LKT, PIH, MLD, LCU, BOI, BAM, BVL
LIN, OAK, ECA, PYE, HNW, MOD, SAC, SWR, FMG, HZN, LLC, MVA, BAM
FMG, LLC, BAM, MVA, HZN, SDO
BQU, SDO, BAM, MVA, FMG, LLC, HZN
BQU, SDO, BAM, BVL, TWF, LCU, ELY, FFU, DTA
TCH, FFU, LCU, DTA, BVL, ELY
TCH, OGD, LCU, DTA, BVL, FFU
GTF, LWT, CTB, HLN, BZN, DLN, HIA, IDA, LKT, DBS, PIH, MLD, LCU, BVL, BOI, BAM
MOD, PYE, ECA, ENI, SAC, LIN, CZQ, OAK, FMG, HZN, MVA, LLC, TPH, OAL
CDC, DTA, BVL, FFU, MLF, ILC, ELY, BQU, MVA, OAL, TPH, HZN, LLC
BVL, DTA, FFU, TCH, HVE, PUC, MTU, VEL, EKR, JNC, RIL
MOD, PYE, ECA, SAC, CZQ, OAK, LIN, MVA, HZN, OAL, TPH
MVA, OAL, TPH, ILC, CDC, DTA, ELY, MLF, BCE, HVE, PIC, JNC, DVC, MTJ, MTU
JNC, PUC, HVE, MTU, DVC, HBU, MTJ, RSK, EKR, ETL, ALS, RLG, FQF, HGO, PUB,
BJC, LAA
DEN, PUB, LAA, DVV, HGO, BVR, GLD, GCK, LBL
GCK, LBL, GLD, DDC, GAG, PER, ANY, ICT, IFI, TUL, OKM
OKM, PER, EOS, TUL, BVO, RZC, OSW, SGF
OKM, EOS, TUL, RZC, SGF, HRO, FLP, LIT, ARG, MEM
LIT, MEM, ARG, GQE, SQS, HLI
MOD, PYE, SAC, ECA, CZQ, OAK, LIN, HZN, MVA, OAL, TPH
FMG, OAL, MVA, ILC, TPH, HZN, CDC, DTA, ELY, MLF, BCE
BCE, ILC, CDC, DTA, MLF, HVE, TBC, PUC
DRO, DVC, GUP, RSK, CEZ, HVE, TBC, BCE, DTA, PUC, PGA
DRO, DVC, GUP, RSK, ABQ, ACH, TAS, FTI
ABQ, FTI, CIM, TAS, ACH, TCC, TXO, PNH
TCC, BGD, PNH, DHT, TXO, ACH
LLC, HZN, FMG, SAC, SWR, LIN
LLC, HZN, FMG, SDO
LLC, BAM, REO, MVA, SDO
LLC, SDO, BAM, REO, MVA, FMG
MOD, SAC, CZQ, ECA, LIN, OAL, MVA, TPH, LLC

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

272
Route

Q136

Q138

Q140

Q142

Q144

Q146

Q148

Q-ROUTES
Segment
TATOOJULIK
JULIKHERSH
HERSHVOAXA
COALDALERUMPS
RUMPSKATTS
KATTSWEEMN
WEEMNVOAXA
WILLIAMSFIMUV
FIMUVJENSA
JENSAPUHGI
PUHGIROOHZ
ROOHZPARZZ
PARZZUROCO
UROCORICCO
RICCOMOTLY
MOTLYABERDEEN
WOBEDGETNG
GETNGCORDU
CORDUPETIY
PETIYCHOTE
CHOTELEWIT
LEWITSAYOR
SAYORWILTN
WILTNTTAIL
TTAILCESNA
CESNAEEGEE
METOWMULLAN PASS
MULLAN PASSKEETA
KEETAOKVUJ
OKVUJKIXCO
ZIRANZOOMR
ZOOMRBLOWS
BLOWSKEETA
KEETALEWIT
CASHSBLUNT
BLUNTDIPHU
DIPHUCUSDA
CUSDAZERZO
ZERZOKIXCO
KIXCOTIMMR
TIMMRSMERF
SMERFHUFFR
STEVSZAXUL
ZAXULFINUT
FINUTWEDAK
WEDAKWAIDE
WAIDEJUGIV
JUGIVMEDICINE BOW
MEDICINE BOWMOCTU
MOCTULEWOY
LEWOYCUGGA

CUGGAPENUT
PENUTKIRKE
KIRKEMORRR
MORRRBARTLESVILLE
Q150 STEVSZAXUL
ZAXULLEZLE
LEZLEBAXGO
BAXGOLAMON

DME
MVA, OAL, TPH, ILC, DTA, BVL, CDC, ELY, MLF, BCE, HCE
BCE, MLF, DTA, HVE, CDC, TCH, PUC, MTU
HVE, PUC, MTU, JNC, MTJ, EKR, RIL, DBL, RLG, FQF
TPH, MVA, OAL
TPH, MVA, OAL, HZN, ILC
TPH, MVA, CDC, DTA, ILC, ELY, MLF, BVL, BCE, FFU, HVE, MTU, PUC, JNC, DVC, MTJ
HVE, PUC, MTU, MTJ, JNC, EKR, RIL, DBL, RLG, FQF
ENI, RBL, MXW, PYE, ECA, ILA, LIN, SAC, FMG, SWR, HZN
FMG, RBL, HZN, LIN, SAC, LLC
HZN, BAM, FMG, MVA, SDO, LLC
REO, LLC, BAM, SDO, BQU
PIH, BVL, LCU, BAM, BQU, REO, SDO, LLC
BOY, MLD, IDA, DBS, BPI, PIH, BVL, TCH, LCU, BAM
CZI, DDY, BOY, RLY, COD, BPI, DA, DBS, MLD
DIK, GCC, RAP, DPR, CZI, DDY, BOY, SHR
FAR, FSD, HON, DPR, ABR, PIR, RAP, DIK, GCC
HUH, SEA, OLM, EPH, MWH
GEG, EPH, PUW, MWH
MLP, GEG, PUW, MSO
CTB, MSO, MLN, GTF
GTF, CTB, LWT, BZN
LWT, GGW, MLS, BIL
DIK, BIS, MOT, ISN
DVL, JMS, GFK, PKD
BRD, AXN, PKD, GEP, FGT, DLH
RHI, AUW, HYR
EPH, GEG, MWH, SEA, PUW, MQG, MLP
FCA, LKT, CTB, PUW, MQG, MLP
CTB, HLN, GTF, BZN, LWT, HIA, DLN
BIL, MLS, GGW, DIK
OLM, PSC, PDT, GEG, EPH, SEA, MWH
PUW, MQG, MLP, FCA
FCA, CTB, HLN, CPN, LKT
HLN, GTF, CTB, HVR, LWT, BZN
GEG, MWH, EPH, LTJ, SEA, OLM
MLP, FCA, PUW
DLN, HLN, HIA
BZN, HLN, GFT, HIA
BIL, MLS, GGW, LWT, ISN
ISN, DIK, DPR, ABR, MOT
FAR, JMS, GFK, HON, RWF, ATY
RWF, ATY, HON, FAR, BRD, AXN, GEP, FCM
ELN, EPH, OLM, SEA, LTJ
EPH, MWH, PDT, GEG, MLP, DNJ
MLP, DNJ, LKT, MWH, EPH, PDT, GEG, BZN, DLN, HIA
BZN, DLN, HIA, DBS, PIH, LKT
DBS, PIH, BPI, BOY, BIL, DNW, BZN, DLN, JDA, OCS, CZI, CKW, DDY
OCS, CKW, DDY, CZI, BOY, BPI, CYS, BFF, DVV, GLL
CYS, BFF, DVV, CKW, GLL, DDY, BJC, FQF, BVR, SNY, DEN, AKO
GLL, SNY, BFF, DVV, DEN, AKO, FQF, CYS, HGO, GLD, HCT, MCK, BVR
AKO, BVR, HGO, GLD, HCT, MCK, LAA, SNY, GLL, FQF, BFF, DVV, BJC, DEN, CYS, HCT,
HLC, GCK
HLC, GCK, LBL, GLD, HCT, MCK, LAA, SLN
SLN, LBL, MMB, GCK, GLD, MCK, HLC, PER, ICT
ICT, SNL, GCK, PER, HLC, IFI, TUL, OKM
IFI, IRW, PER, TUL, OKM, EOS, SLN, ICT, BUM
ELN, EPH, OLM, SEA, LTJ
EPH, PDT, GEG, MWH, BKE
DNJ, MLP, BKE, LKT
DLN, IDA, HIA, PIH, BZN, DBS, LKT

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

Q-ROUTES
Route

Q152

Q154

Q156

Q406

Q436

Q438

Q440

Segment
LAMONGANNE
GANNEOPPEE
SUNEDLEZLE
LEZLEWEDAK
WEDAKIKFOM
IKFOMWUVUT
WUVUTO'NEILL
WANTAJELTI
JELTIHOVEL
HOVELVELUY
VELUYBURLEY
BURLEYPIMIE
PIMIENAGNE
NAGNEBONGO
BONGOPITMN
PITMNTAYLR
TAYLRGOSIP
GOSIPKENTO
KENTONOSEW
NOSEWBOWIE
STEVSZAXUL
ZAXULFINUT
FINUTTUFFY
TUFFYUPUGE
UPUGEHEXOL
HEXOLTOUGH
TOUGHJELRO
JELROKEKPE
KEKPEUFFDA
UFFDAHSTIN
HSTINZZIPR
BROADWAYDBABE
DBABEBASYE
BASYETRIBS
TRIBSBIGGO
BIGGOBARNES
EMMMADIXSN
DIXSNBOOTT
BOOTTRRONS
RRONSYARRK
YARRKCHAAP
CHAAPRAAKK
RAAKKHERBA
HERBAREXXY
REXXYREBBL
REBBLMTCAF
MTCAFDGRAF
DGRAFYYOST
YYOSTLAAYK
LAAYKCOATE
RUBYYFLINT
FLINTBERYS
BERYSTWIGS
TWIGSJAAJA
JAAJAICHOL
ICHOLFARGN
FARGNRAAKK
SLLAPFLINT
FLINTBERYS

DME
BZN, BPI, DNW, BOY, OCS
DDY, CKW, CZI, CYS, CHE, GLL, MBW, RLG
EPH, MWH, PDT, PSC, YKM, GEG, BKE
DNJ, MLP, LKT
BZN, HIA, DBS, IDA, HLN, GTF, BIL, BOY, LWT
BIL, BOY, MLS, RLY, DDY
RAP, DPR, BFF, ONL, ANW, TDD
SEA, OLM, LTJ, BTG, PDT, YKM, MWH, EPH, IMB, DSD
DNJ, BKE
REO, BOI
DBS, IDA, PIH
IDA, PIH, DBS, LCU, MLD
TCH, BVL, FFU
FBR, OCS
EKR, JNC, CHE, RLG
MTJ, DBL, HBU
PUB, ALS, DEN, DVV, FQF, HGO
LAA, CIM, GCK
TCC, PNH, TXO, GCK, LBL, MMB
IFI, SPS, PNH, TXO, ABI, MQP, FUZ, TTT, ADM
SEA, YKM, MWH, LTJ, ELN, PDT, GEG
SEA, LTJ, EPH, PDT, GEG, OLM, MWH, MLP
GEG, MLP, FCA, GTF, HLN, BZN
HLN, MLP, FCA, GTF, DLN, BZN
HLN, MLP, FCA, GTF, DLN, BZN
HLN, BIL, GTF, LWT, BZN, GGW
DIK, RAP, GCC
DIK, RAP, DPR, PIR
DPR, PIR, HON, FAR, FSD
FOD, FSD, FGT, GEP, RWF, FRM
ALO, FGT, GEP, MCW, CID, RST, FRM
JFK, SAX, FJC, RBV, ARD, SBJ, STW, SIE, HTO, BWZ, CYN, HNK
CMK, HTO, BDR, CYN, LGA
RBV, HTO, BDR, CYN, PWL, CMK, JFK, HNK
SAX, HTO, BAF, BDR, PUT, IGN, CTR, HFD
HUO, HTO, IGN, BAF, HFD, CTR, BOS
DXO, PMM, CRL, FNT, LAN
CRL, ECK, GRR, FNT, SVM
PSI, ECK, CRL, CXR, DXO
OJB, DKK, ECK, CXR, DXO
DJB, DKK, BUF, ERI, CXR
DKK, SLT, BUF, ETG, JHW
DKK, ETG, BFD, PSB, JHW
OKK, EGT, SLT, PSB, ELZ
BUF, ETG, FQM, HNK, PSB
CFB, ULW, FQM, SAX, HUO
CFB, SYR, SLT, HNK, HUO
JFK, SAX, LVZ, HNK, HUO
JFK, SLW, LVZ, HNK, HUO
BWZ, RBV, LVZ, HNK, HUO
CRL, MBS, GRR, ECK, DXO
CRL, FNT, GRR, ASP, DXO
CRL, FNT, CXR, DXO, DJB
DKK, ECK, CXR, JHW, DJB
DKK, BUF, CXR, JHW
DKK, BUF, CXR, JHW, SLT
DKK, BUF, ETG, JHW, SLT
GRR, CRL, ECK, SVM, DXO
PSI, CRL, FNT, ASP, DXO

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

273

274
Route

Segment
BERYSTWIGS
TWIGSJAAJA
JAAJAICHOL
ICHOLFARGN
FARGNRAAKK
Q448 POTTSTOWNLANNA
LANNADBABE
DBABEBASYE
BASYETRIBS
TRIBSBIGGO
BIGGOBARNES
Q480 ZANDRBELLAIRE
BELLAIRELEJOY
LEJOYVINSE
VINSEBEETS
BEETSHOTEE
HOTEEMIKYG
MIKYGSPOTZ
SPOTZCANDR
CANDRJEFFF
JEFFFKINGSTON
KINGSTONLESWL
LESWLBARNES
BARNESKENNEBUNK
Q501 SOBMEGOPHER
GOPHERVIXIS
Q502 SOBMEGOPHER
GOPHERKENPA
Q504 HEMDICESNA
CESNANOTAP
Q505 HEMDICESNA
CESNARIMBE
RIMBEOMAGA

Q-ROUTES
DME
DXO, CRL, FNT, DJB, CXR
JHW, DKK, ECK, DJB, CXR
JHW, DKK, CXR, BUF, SLT
JHW, DKK, CXR, BUF, SLT
JHW DKK, ETG, BUF, SLT
CYN, HUO, ETX, JFK, SIE, STW
SIE, SBJ, BWZ, FJC, JFK, CYN, ARD, STW, HTO, SAX
CYN, LGA, BDR, CMK, HTO
CYN, RBV, BDR, PWL, HTO, HNK, CMK, JFK
PUT, SAX, BAF, BDR, HTO, HFD, IGN, CTR
PUT, SAX, BAF, BDR, HTO, HFD, IGN, CTR
APE, CXR, JPU, CTW, DJB, HLG, EWC, AIR, HNN
APE, AIR, EWC, HLG, CTW, AGC, MGW, IHD, JST, PSB
JST, PSB, EWC, GRV, IHD, REC, AIR, EMI, ETG, SLT, THS
EMI, CSN, ETG, SLT, THS, HAR
EMI, CSN, HAR, SLT, THS, SIE, LRP, RAV, PSB, RBV
EMI, PSB, RBV, RAV, LRP, PTW, HUO, SIE, HNK, SAX
FJC, SIE, CYN, LRP, SAX, JFK, PTW, ETX, EMI
FJC, STW, CYN, ETX, LVZ, RBV, SBJ
JFK, STW, BWZ, SAX, SBJ, HNK, CYN
RBV, STW, CMK, HNK, SAX, JFK, HUO, IGN, RBV
PUT, RBV, CMK, HNK, HUO, SAX, HTO, PVD
BAF, SAX, JFK, HTO, PVD, HFD, HUO, BOS
EEN, BOS, HFD, HTO, PUT, CTR, BAF, GDM, MHT, LWM, CON, LFV, ENE, PSM
FGT, BRD, MCW, GEP, ABR, FAR, DLH, ODI, RWF, FSD
ECK, FNT, APN, SSM, GRR, MBL, SAW, BAE, MNM, DLL, AUW, ODI, STE, FGT, EAU,
DLH, GEP, BRD, MCW, MSP, ASP, TVC, GRB, RWF
FGT, DLH, ODI, MCW, ABR, FAR, MSP, GEP, RWF, FSD, BRD
SSM, FNT, ECK, APN, SAW, GRB, BAE, DLL, AUW, ODI, FGT, DLH, EAU, MCW, MSP,
MNM, ASP, TVC, GEP, RWF, BRD
ODI, GEP, DLH, FGT, RWF, FAR, AXN, FSD, ABR, DLL, BRD
SSM, ECK, APN, GLR, PLN, ISQ, MNM, DLL, RHI, DLH, GEP, FGT, ODI, ASP, TVC, SAW,
GRB, BRD
GEP, DLH, FGT, RWF, FAR, AXN, FSD, ABR, BRD, ODI, GRB
SSM, RHI, DLL, DLH, GEP, FGT, TVC, SAW, GRB, BRD, ODI
SSM, TVC, ASP, SAW, GRB

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING


RNAV Routing Pitch and Catch Points

275

RNAV Routing Pitch and Catch Points

The purpose of this section of the Special High Altitude Routes is to present user routing options for flight within the initial HAR Phase I
expansion airspace. Users are able to fly user-preferred routes, referred to as non-restrictive routing (NRR), between specific fixes
described by pitch (entry into) and catch (exit out of) fixes in the HAR airspace. Pitch points indicate an end of departure procedures,
preferred IFR routings, or other established routing programs where a flight can begin a segment of NRR. The catch point indicates
where a flight ends a segment of NRR and joins published arrival procedures, preferred IFR routing, or other established routing
programs.
The HAR Phase I expansion airspace is defined as that airspace at and above FL 350 in fourteen of the western and southern Air Route
Traffic Control Centers (ARTCCs). The airspace includes Minneapolis (ZMP), Chicago (ZAU), Kansas City (ZKC), Denver (ZDV), Salt Lake
City (ZLC), Oakland (ZOA), Seattle Centers (ZSE), Los Angeles (ZLA), Albuquerque (ZAB), Fort Worth (ZFW), Memphis (ZME), and
Houston (ZHU). Jacksonville (ZJX) and Miami (ZMA) are included for east-west routes only.
To develop a flight plan, select pitch and catch points based upon your desired route across the Phase I airspace. Filing requirements to
pitch points, and from catch points, remain unchanged from current procedures. For the portion of the route between the pitch and
catch points, non-restrictive routing is permitted.
Where pitch points for a specific airport are not identified, aircraft should file an appropriate departure procedure (DP), or any other user
preferred routing prior to the NRR portion of their routing. Where catch points for a specific airport are not identified aircraft should file,
after the NRR portion of their routing, an appropriate arrival procedure or other user preferred routing to their destination.
Additionally, information concerning the location and schedule of Special Use Airspace (SUA) and Air Traffic Control Assigned Airspace
(ATCAA) can be found on the Web Site: http://sua.faa.gov/sua/Welcome.do. ATCAA refers to airspace in the high altitude structure
supporting military and other special operations. Users are encouraged to file around these areas when they are scheduled to be active,
thereby avoiding unplanned reroutes around them.
In conjunction with the HAR program RNAV routes have been established to provide for a systematic flow of air traffic in specific
portions of the enroute flight environment. The designator for these RNAV routes begin with the letter Q, for example, Q-501. Where
those routes aid in the efficient orderly management of air traffic they will be published as preferred IFR routes.

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

276

HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING

277

HAR Special High Altitude Pitch (entry) Points for Nonrestrictive Routing for Airports Located
Outside HAR Phase I Expansion Airspace
Westbound traffic originating outside of HAR airspace entering ZMP, ZAU, ZKC and ZME can begin nonrestrictive routing over any of
the following pitch points (listed from north to south):
DLH, CESNA, GEP, BAE, MKG, GRR, PMM, GSH, CADIZ, FWA, VHP, FLM, IIU, PXV, SGF, RZC, BNA, SALMS, VUZ, BOYDD, MIE.
Traffic originating outside of HAR airspace may also begin Nonrestrictive Routing upon crossing the pitch line depicted on the associated
graphic.

HAR Special High Altitude Pitch Points for Airports Located Within (below)
HAR Phase I Expansion Airspace
This section lists pitch points for airports within the HAR Phase I expansion airspace.
Albuquerque

ABQ, GUP, HANOS or ZUN

Austin

ABI, FUZ, JCT, MQP, NAVYS, SJT or TNV

Boca Raton, FL

TBIRD KPASA Q118 LENIE


or
TBIRD KPASA Q116 CEEYA
or
TBIRD KPASA Q110 FEONA
or
TBIRD SMELZ Q106 BULZI
or
TBIRD SMELZ Q106 GADAY

Burbank includes
Santa Monica
and Van Nuys

GMN, MARKS
or
DAG LAS
or
HEC EED
or
PMD BLH

Chicago Terminal Area

IOW, PLL275065, MZV or BAE

Dallas/Fort Worth Terminal Area

ABI, LBB, GTH, CDS, MRMAC, IRW, TUL, MLC, TXK


ELD, SWB
or
Aircraft destined the Chicago terminal area
Except MDW
EAKER MIDEE BDF BRADFORDSTAR
or
MLC J105 SGF BDF BRADFORDSTAR

Denver Terminal Area

PUB, DVC, DBL, RLG, EKR, LAR, MBW, CYS, BFF, HANKI, NATTI, ASHBY, BELKE,
CABET, WEEDS, OR BINKE

Fort Lauderdale (or)


Fort Lauderdale Executive

THNDR
or
THNDR
or
THNDR
or
THNDR
or
THNDR

KPASA Q118 LENIE


KPASA Q116 CEEYA
KPASA Q110 FEONA
SMELZ Q106 GADAY
SMELZ Q106 BULZI

Houston Bush

LIT, ELD, MLC, JCT


or
Aircraft destined Atlanta Terminal Area
LCH Q24 PAYTN HONIERNAV STAR
or
Aircraft joining J37 to the northeast, GUSTI SID GUSTI Q22 CATLN
or
Aircraft joining J42 to the northeast, EL DORADO SID ELD Q32 J42

Houston Hobby

LIT, ELD, MLC, JCT,


or
Aircraft joining J42 to the northeast, EL DORADO SID ELD Q32 J42

Jacksonville, FL

TAY

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

278

HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING

Kansas City Terminal Area

TIFTO, CATTS or KENTN

Los Angeles, includes


Ontario

GMN, RZS
or
DAG LAS
or
TRM EED
or
TRM PKE

Las Vegas

DOBNE, MOSBI, NICLE, TRALR or ZELOT

Long Beach includes


Orange County

GMN SNS, EHF, LANDO


or
TRM PKE
or
TRM EED

Memphis

BNA, HAAWK, SALMS or SQS

Miami Terminal Area

WINCO
or
WINCO
or
WINCO
or
WINCO
or
WINCO

Milwaukee

KPASA Q118 LENIE


KPASA Q116 CEEYA
KPASA Q110 FEONA
SMELZ Q106 GADAY
SMELZ Q106 BULZI

GREAS

Minneapolis Terminal Area*

ONL, ABR, FAR, OBH, OVR, FOD

New Orleans Terminal Area

AEX, MEI, SQS, KAPLN

Orlando Terminal Area

WEBBS BRUTS Q118 LENIE


or
WEBBS GULFR Q116 CEEYA
or
WEBBS BULZI Q106 GADAY
or
WEBBS FEONA
or
WEBBS BULZI

Palm Beach, FL

TBIRD KPASA Q118 LENIE


or
TBIRD KPASA Q116 CEEYA
or
TBIRD KPASA Q110 FEONA
or
TBIRD SMELZ Q106 BULZI
or
TBIRD SMELZ Q106 GADAY

Palm Springs

TRM JOTNU BLD


or
TRM EED
or
TRM PKE

Phoenix

CHILY, CIE, CULTS, RSK, DOVEE, GCN, MESSI, SJN, DRYHT or MOHAK

Portland, OR

PDT, TIMEE

Salt Lake City

HVE, DTA, MLF, BCE, OAL, MTU, BVL, OCS, TWF, DBS, BPI
or
TCH J56 CHE
or
TCH J173 EKR

Saint Louis

VIH, MAP, MYERZ, MCM


or
HLV MCI

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING


San Antonio Terminal Area

FUZ, SJT, MQP, ABI


or
Aircraft North of LFK, LFK
or
Aircraft South of HUB, ELA
or
Aircraft South of LFK and North of HUB LCH

San Diego

TRM EED
or
TRM PKE
or
TRM JOTNU BLD

San Francisco Bay Area


Oakland
San Jose

GALLI, INSLO, HAROL JSICA


GALLI, INSLO, HAROL JSICA
GALLI or INSLO

Seattle

BLUIT

Southwest Florida Airports


(RSW/FMY)

JOCKS KPASA Q118 LENIE


or
JOCKS KPASA Q116 CEEYA
or
JOCKS KPASA Q110 FEONA
or
JOCKS SMELZ Q106 GADAY
or
JOCKS SMELZ Q106 BULZI

Tampa Terminal Area

FEONA, BULZI
or
BRUTS Q118 LENIE
or
GULFR Q116 CEEYA
or
BULZI Q106 GADAY

*MSP area departures with destinations east of 93 degrees west longitude via preferred IFR routing.

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

279

280

HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING


Catch Points for Airports Located Outside HAR Phase I Expansion Airspace

This section lists exit points for aircraft destined to specific destinations which are outside the HAR Phase I airspace.
Atlanta Terminal Area

Aircraft through ZME airspace from ZKC airspace east of FAM, Pless Q19 BNA
or
Aircraft through ZME airspace from ZKC airspace west of FAM, ARG Q26 DEVAC
or
MEM
or
Aircraft through ZME airspace from ZID airspace west of a line from VHP to BWG,
BNA
or
Aircraft through ZME airspace from ZID airspace east of a line from VHP to BWG,
BWG
or
Aircraft through ZME airspace from ZFW airspace, MEM
or
MEI HONIE (RNAV)STAR
or
PATYN HONIE (RNAV)STAR

BaltimoreWashington*

GIJ, GEP, FLM, IIU, BAE, VHP, WHETT, BNA or VUZ

Boston*

GEP, CRL, ECK, IIU, BNA or VUZ

Buffalo*

GEP, CRL

Hartford Bradley*

GEP, CRL

CantonAkron*

GIJ, VHP, GEP

Charlotte

BNA, VUZ

Cincinnati Terminal Area

BNA, PXV
or
Aircraft north of SLC, JOT
or
Aircraft over or south of SLC, ENL
or
SLC or SFO departures, ENL, JOT

Cleveland Terminal Area*

OBK

Detroit Terminal Area

BAE MKG POLARSTAR


or
VHP FWA MIZARSTAR

Detroit Young

VHP FWA
or
LAN SPRTNSTAR

Indianapolis Terminal Area

BIB, SPI, JOT

Louisville

ENL, MEM

Newark*

GEP, VHP, FLM, IIU, BNA, VUZ


or
IOW GIJ J554 CRL J584 SLT FQM

New York Kennedy*

GEP, VHP, FLM, IIU, BNA, VUZ


or
DBQ J94 PMM J70 LVZ LENDYSTAR

New York LaGuardia*

GIJ, GEP, VHP, BAE, FLM, IIU, BNA, VUZ

Philadelphia Terminal Area*

GIJ, GEP, VHP, BAE, WHETT, BNA, VUZ

Pittsburgh Terminal Area*

VHP, GIJ, BAE, GEP

Pontiac

LFD, LAN, VHP, FWA, GEP

Providence

JHW, HEMDI, CESNA, GEP, GRB, TVC, ASP, VHP, IIU, BNA, VUZ

RaleighDurham

FLM, IIU, BNA, VUZ

Toronto Terminal Area

ECK, SVM, SSM, GEP

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING


Teterboro*

GEP, VHP, CRL, BNA, VUZ

Washington Dulles/National*

GIJ, GEP, FLM, IIU, BAE, VHP, WHETT, BNA, VUZ

White Plains*

GEP, VHP, CRL, FLM, IIU, BNA, VUZ

Willow Run*

LAN, LFD, VHP, FWA, GEP

281

*Eastbound aircraft over flying ZMP center airspace entering Toronto center airspace, file direct SSM or via J63, J522, Q505, Q504,
Q502, Q501
or
Entering ZAU or ZOB airspace from north of DPR J16 MCW, GEP
or
Entering ZAU or ZOB airspace from or south of DPR J16 MCW, CRL.

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

282

HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING


Catch Points for Airports Located Within (below) HAR Phase I Expansion Airspace

This section lists exit points for aircraft destined to airports which are below HAR Phase I airspace.
Albuquerque Terminal Area

CURLY CURLYSTAR
or
ESPAN FRIHOSTAR
or
LAVAN LAVANSTAR
or
FTI FRIHOSTAR
or
MIERA MIERASTAR

Austin Terminal Area

Aircraft west of a northsouth line at LFK, BLEWE


or
Aircraft east of a northsouth line at LFK,IDU
or
LLO

Boca Raton, FL

CEW DEFUN Q112 INPIN SHDAY (RNAV)STAR


Aircraft through ZHU remain south of ZME and ZTL airspace
or
DEFUN Q112 INPIN SHDAY (RNAV)STAR
Aircraft through ZHU remain south of ZME and ZTL airspace
or
SZW INPIN SHDAY (RNAV)STAR

Chicago Midway

CVA MOTIFSTAR
or
PIA MOTIFSTAR
or
DBQ CVA MOTIFSTAR
or
LMN MOTIFSTAR

Chicago OHare Terminal Area

GEP DLL MSN JVL JANESVILLESTAR


or
TVC PULLMANSTAR
or
FOD DBQ JVL JANESVILLESTAR
or
MCW JANESVILLESTAR
or
GCK IRK BRADFORDSTAR

Dallas/Fort Worth Terminal Area

IRW, LOSZY, FSM, LIT, SQS, MLU, AEX, JUMBO, TQA, TURKI, HEATR
Aircraft through ZME airspace from north and west of PXV, RZC, Q23 FSM
or
Aircraft through ZME airspace from east of PXV, PXV Q25 MEEOW
or
Aircraft through ZME airspace from J6 down to, but not including J52, LIT, SQS
or
Aircraft through ZME airspace from J52 and south of J52, SQS

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING


Denver Terminal Area

OATHE DANDDSTAR
or
HGO QUAILSTAR
or
ALS LARKSSTAR
or
HBU POWDRSTAR
or
EKR TOMSNSTAR
or
CHE TOMSNSTAR
or
BFF LANDRSTAR
or
LBF SAYGESTAR
or
HCT SAYGESTAR
or
RSK LARKSSTAR
or
LAA QUAILSTAR
or
GCK DANDDSTAR
or
OCS RAMMSSTAR
or
YANKI LANDRSTAR
or
MBW RAMMSSTAR

Ft Lauderdale or
Ft Lauderdale Executive

CEW DEFUN Q104 PIE SWAGS (RNAV)STAR


Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south ZME and ZTL
airspace
or
SZW HEVVN Q104 PIE SWAGS (RNAV)STAR

Houston Bush

CRP, CVE, LLO, LUKIY, SAT


or
Aircraft south and east of LLA, JEPEG
or
MISLE Q40 AEX
or
Aircraft north and east of SJI, SJI
or
Aircraft east of PXV, PXV Q31 DHART SWB
or
Aircraft north and west of PXV, PROWL Q33 DHART SWB

Houston Hobby

CRP, ELLVR, SAT, SWB


or
Aircraft south and east of GIRLY, KCEEE
or
Aircraft north and east of SJI, SJI
or
BESOM Q38 ROKIT ROKITSTAR
or
Aircraft east of PXV, PXV Q29 HARES SWB
or
Aircraft north and west of PXV, PROWL Q33 DHART SWB

Jacksonville

GADAY ZOOSS TAY


Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south of ZME and ZTL
airspace
or
ZOOSS TAY

John WayneOrange County

HEC, PGS, BLD


or
Aircraft south of TBC from ZAB airspace, HIPPI

Kansas City Terminal Area

LMN BRAYMERSTAR
or
PWE ROBINSONSTAR
or
EMP JHAWKSTAR

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

283

284

HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING

Las Vegas

DILCO, LIDAT, IGM


or
Aircraft over PGA or north of PGA KSINO
or
Aircraft south of PGA, PGS, LYNSY

Los Angeles Terminal Area

Aircraft North of TBC, HEC, PGS


or
Aircraft South of TBC from ZAB airspace, HIPPI,
MESSI

Miami Terminal Area

CEW DEFUN Q104 CYY DEEDS (RNAV)STAR


Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south ZME and ZTL airspace
or
SZW HEVVN Q104 CYY DEEDS (RNAV)STAR

Minneapolis Terminal Area

Aircraft from north, west, south,


FAR GOPHERSTAR
or
RWF SKETRSTAR
or
ALO KASPRSTAR
or
BRD GOPHERSTAR
or
BAE EAU CLAIRESTAR
or
FOD TWOLFSTAR

Memphis Terminal Area

ARG, BWG, FSM, PXV, LIT, RZC, SQS, VUZ, BNA, GQO, ELD

Naples, FL

CEW DEFUN Q104 PLYER PIKKR (RNAV)STAR


Aircraft through ZHU AIRSPACE remain south of ZME and ZTL
airspace
or
SZW HEVVN Q104 PLYER PIKKR (RNAV)STAR

Nashville

CCT, GHM, GUITR, TINGS, VOLLS

New Orleans Terminal Area

BLUEZ, GPT, LCH, MCB, TBD, FATSO

Oakland

ILA
or
KATTS PAMMY
or
Aircraft over or south of a line ILC J16 DVC
REANA KATTS PAMMY
or
Aircraft from north of ILC, JOPER PAMMY
or
KATTS PAMMY
or
Aircraft over or south of ILC, REANA KATTS PAMMY

Orlando Terminal Area

GADAY Q108 CLAWZ LEESESTAR


Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south of ZME/ZTL
airspace
or
OTK LEESESTAR

Palm Beach, FL

CEW DEFUN Q112 INPIN GULLO (RNAV)STAR


Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south of ZME and ZTL
airspace
or
SZW INPIN GULLO (RNAV)STAR

Phoenix

CORKR DRK
or
Aircraft from ZDV airspace,
GUP
or
Aircraft from ZAB airspace,
ZUN, MOHAK, SSO
or
VYLLA TUS

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING


Phoenix Satellites

FLG, SSO, MOHAK


or
VYLLA, TUS

Portland, OR Terminal Area

JKNOX HHOODSTAR
or
JOTBA HHOODSTAR
or
SOERN TMBRSSTAR
or
GALLO TMBRSSTAR
or
MACHU TMBRSSTAR
or
SPNSR TMBRSSTAR
or
MOXEE MOXEESTAR

St. Louis Terminal Area

SGF TRAKESTAR
or
BUM TRAKESTAR
or
ANX TRAKESTAR
or
LMN IRK RIVRSSTAR
or
RBS VANDALIASTAR

Salt Lake City Terminal Area

JNC J12 HELPR SPANESTAR


or
EKR MTU SPANESTAR
or
BCE DTATCH
or
MLF DTATCH
or
BVL BONNEVILLESTAR
or
BYI BEARRSTAR
or
PIH BEARRSTAR
or
DBS BRIGHAM CITYSTAR
or
JAC BRIGHAM CITYSTAR
or
BPI BRIGHAM CITYSTAR
or
OCS BRIGHAM CITYSTAR

San Diego Terminal Area

EED, LAX, GBN

Santa Ana

HEC, PGS, BLD, HIPPI

San Antonio Terminal Area

IDU, CSI, JCT, LLO, CRP, LRD


or
West of a northsouth line at LFK, BLEWE
or
East of a northsouth line at LFK, IDU

San Francisco

FMG GOLDEN GATESTAR


or
MVA MODESTOSTAR
or
ENI GOLDEN GATESTAR
or
OAL MODESTOSTAR
or
South of a line ILC to DVC,
REANA KATTS OAL MODESTOSTAR

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

285

286

HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING

San Jose

FMG HYP EL NIDOSTAR


or
OAL HYP EL NIDOSTAR
or
ENI GOLDEN GATESTAR
or
South of a line ILC to DVC,
REANA KATTS KICHI CANDA EL NIDOSTAR

Seattle Terminal Area

Aircraft from northeast, southeast, south,


TEMPL GLASRSTAR
or
SUNED CHINSSTAR
or
BTG HAWKZSTAR

Southwest Florida Airports


RSW and FMY

CEW DEFUN Q104 SWABE JOSFFSTAR


Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south of ZME and ZTL
airspace
or
SZW HEVVN Q104 SWABE JOSFFSTAR

Tampa Terminal Area

CEW DEFUN Q104 HEVVN DARBSSTAR


Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south of ZME and ZTL
airspace
or
SZW DARBSSTAR

Tucson

DRK PXR
or
MOHAK GBN

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

VFR WAYPOINTS
VFR Waypoints

287

VISUAL FLIGHT RULES (VFR) WAYPOINTS

VFR Waypoint names consist of five letters beginning with VP. Standalone VFR Waypoints are portrayed on VFR Charts using the
same fourpoint star symbol currently used for Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) Waypoints.
VFR Waypoints collocated with Visual Checkpoints (Visual Reporting Points) are portrayed with a Visual Check Point flag. The VFR
Waypoint name is shown in parentheses adjacent to the Visual Check Point name.
VFR Waypoint names are not intended to be pronounceable and shall not be used in ATC communications.
CAUTION: GPS accuracy necessitates extra vigilance for other aircraft when
navigating near any fix retrieved from a GPS database.

ATLANTA TERMINAL AREA CHART


WAYPOINT IDENT
VPCPR
VPDEU
VPFRH
VPGHT
VPHUB
VPJBF
VPKNM
VPLRF
VPMNG

COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT


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LOCATION
N3328.00/W08410.00
N3338.00/W08410.00
N3345.00/W08412.00
N3328.00/W08358.00
N3348.36/W08357.42
N3328.00/W08442.50
N3338.00/W08442.50
N3345.00/W08440.00
N3328.00/W08455.00

BALTIMOREWASHINGTON TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART


VPAXI
VPONX
VPOOP

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VPBAY
VPBLT
VPCGS
VPEVS
VPFEN
VPFRE
VPGVL
VPHAM
VPPIK
VPQUA
VPQUB
VPSPF
VPTOB
VPWAN

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N3834.57/W07620.38
N3906.65/W07655.92
N3856.32/W07636.90

BOSTON HELICOPTER CHART


N4216.17/W07049.48
N4219.67/W07053.40
N4222.08/W07103.13
N4223.52/W07104.10
N4212.58/W07108.88
N4225.03/W07112.32
N4221.88/W07052.18
N4230.13/W07107.15
N4220.37/W07115.93
N4212.10/W07104.78
N4212.60/W07059.83
N4224.20/W07109.47
N4231.42/W07059.82
N4236.88/W07119.45

BOSTON TERMINAL AREA CHART


VPCOH
VPCUT
VPFRA
VPHOL
VPHUL
VPLPT
VPNED
VPPEA
VPROC
VPSCI
VPTPT
VPTUC
VPWAK
VPWAN

COHASSET
CUTTYHUNK HARBOR
FRAMINGHAM SHOPPING CENTER
WOODS HOLE
HULL
NANTUCKET GREAT POINT
NEEDHAM TOWERS
PEABODY SHOPPING CENTER
ROCKINGHAM RACE TRACK
SCITUATE
NANTUCKET THIRD POINT
TUCKERNUCK
WAKEFIELD
WANG TOWERS

N4213.58/W07048.94
N4125.50/W07055.03
N4218.16/W07123.65
N4131.06/W07040.60
N4218.20/W07055.30
N4123.41/W07002.78
N4218.51/W07114.64
N4232.52/W07056.69
N4246.29/W07113.57
N4211.89/W07043.69
N4118.51/W07003.37
N4118.31/W07015.43
N4230.72/W07105.24
N4236.88/W07119.45

CHARLOTTE SECTIONAL CHART


VPATO
VPAVA
VPBFE
VPBRA
VPGCE
VPGHI

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NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

N3437.37/W07631.47
N3457.00/W07716.50
N3216.38/W08047.50
N3613.75/W07608.08
N3603.90/W07636.42
N3515.30/W07531.25

288

VFR WAYPOINTS

WAYPOINT IDENT
VPGIO
VPKJU
VPLMN
VPMAB
VPNPO
VPOKY
VPREP
VPRRS
VPUMO
VPWZO
VPZIE

COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT


_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
ISLE OF PALMS
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________

VPAON
VPBNG
VPFTS
VPRAN

_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________

LOCATION
N3532.50/W07637.33
N3526.58/W07610.22
N3455.43/W07746.42
N3442.20/W07703.50
N3247.78/W07946.45
N3506.53/W07559.17
N3233.98/W08021.82
N3325.45/W07907.60
N3535.63/W07528.08
N3600.87/W07540.07
N3201.62/W08053.42

CHICAGO SECTIONAL CHART


N4204.68/W08751.82
N4216.04/W08807.86
N4212.78/W08748.22
N4205.05/W08755.99

CHICAGO TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART


VPAON
VPBNG
VPFTS
VPRAN

_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________

N4204.68/W08751.82
N4216.04/W08807.86
N4212.78/W08748.22
N4205.05/W08755.99

DENVER TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART


VPBEN
VPFTG
VPNIC

_______________________
_______________________
NORTH INTERCHANGE

N3944.28/W10426.00
N3944.35/W10432.75
N3958.90/W10459.27

HOUSTON TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART


VPBWY
VPDTN
VPGLA
VPGLB
VPKTY
VPPLN
VPRSN
VPSND
VPSNT
VPTNE
VPTNW
VPTRK

_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________

VPAFI
VPAFY
VPBEC
VPCJA
VPCKY
VPCNY
VPDAD
VPDAR
VPDFI
VPDUT
VPEAR
VPEGV
VPFFU
VPGPE
VPHAA
VPHUC
VPIWA
VPJMY
VPKER
VPLEV

_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
DADE CITY
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
CLEARWATER BEACH
_______________________
_______________________
ST PETE BEACH
_______________________
_______________________
MIDWAY
_______________________
LAKE PARKER
_______________________

N2946.25/W09509.24
N2946.59/W09522.01
N3008.32/W09506.62
N3007.80/W09455.70
N2947.05/W09544.92
N3008.80/W09550.42
N2930.00/W09541.00
N2923.13/W09528.86
N2949.29/W09453.94
N2947.48/W09503.34
N2947.06/W09533.81
N2924.06/W09510.44

JACKSONVILLE SECTIONAL CHART

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

N3149.35/W08151.07
N3007.00/W08121.33
N2946.25/W08115.10
N2930.00/W08106.00
N2846.50/W08234.00
N2830.00/W08045.00
N2822.57/W08211.25
N3122.38/W08124.13
N2900.17/W08120.85
N2737.70/W08209.10
N2758.67/W08249.83
N2939.97/W08124.87
N2857.08/W08100.33
N2743.50/W08244.67
N3004.02/W08340.02
N2819.87/W08243.77
N3148.33/W08125.85
N2926.92/W08118.27
N2804.00/W08156.00
N2848.00/W08052.00

VFR WAYPOINTS
WAYPOINT IDENT
VPLJA
VPMAI
VPTLH
VPXZY
VPYIW
VPZIE

COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT


_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________

289
LOCATION
N2900.00/W08051.00
N3050.02/W08456.63
N3032.70/W08352.22
N2935.00/W08310.00
N3042.28/W08127.25
N3201.62/W08053.42

KANSAS CITY SECTIONAL CHART


VPAGO
VPBEK
VPDEN
VPENE
VPESS
VPFME
VPGXY
VPMBE
VPMKE
VPROV
VPUTT
VPWOC
VPWRO
VPXIZ

_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________

N3750.33/W09029.03
N3715.07/W09230.67
N3746.75/W09219.20
N3744.75/W09155.78
N3659.48/W09100.88
N3741.00/W09238.33
N3715.50/W09140.17
N3711.08/W09027.92
N3724.47/W09240.00
N3801.72/W09112.81
N3752.05/W09201.20
N3718.03/W09218.63
N3739.12/W09145.68
N3726.60/W09205.42

KANSAS CITY TERMINAL AREA CHART


VPATN
VPBGS
VPBSP
VPCHB
VPDSO
VPESG
VPGTB
VPLAT
VPLEN
VPLVL
VPMCL
VPNHA
VPSCX
VPSKR
VPSPK
VPTSK
VPWOF

ATCHISON
BLUE SPRINGS
BONNER SPRINGS
CHOUTEAU BRIDGE
DE SOTO
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS
GARRETSBURG
LATHROP WATER TANK
LENEXA
LONGVIEW LAKE
MC LOUTH
NASHUA
SPORTS COMPLEX
SUGAR CREEK REFINERY
SWOPE PARK
TWIN STACKS
WORLDS OF FUN

N3933.62/W09507.65
N3901.82/W09416.32
N3903.78/W09453.10
N3908.77/W09432.03
N3858.68/W09458.48
N3920.68/W09413.77
N3940.92/W09441.45
N3932.87/W09420.00
N3857.77/W09443.68
N3854.63/W09428.28
N3911.65/W09512.50
N3917.83/W09434.80
N3903.00/W09429.02
N3907.00/W09427.02
N3900.47/W09431.93
N3909.05/W09438.22
N3910.42/W09429.12

KLAMATH FALLS SECTIONAL CHART


VPORO

_______________________

N4357.38/W12302.22

LAS VEGAS TERMINAL AREA CHART


VPVAL
VPVBA
VPVBD
VPVCR
VPVDP
VPVEC
VPVFZ
VPVGM
VPVKC
VPVLB
VPVLM
VPVRR
VPVRZ
VPVSB
VPVSF
VPVSM
VPVSP
VPVST
VPVTF

ALIANTE
BANK OF AMERICA BUILDING
BLUE DIAMOND GYPSUM MINE
CRAIG RANCH GOLF COURSE
DUTCHMAN PASS
EL CORTEZ HOTEL
TOWN SQUARE SOUTH BUILDING
GYPSUM MINE
KYLE CANYON ROAD
LAVA BUTTE
LONE MOUNTAIN
RED ROCK RETENTION BASIN
RUINS
SPAGHETTI BOWL
SANTA FE CASINO
SLOAN MINE
SUNSET PARK
MONUMENT
3 FINGERS LAKE

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

N3617.57/W11510.80
N3610.50/W11514.80
N3603.27/W11523.15
N3614.60/W11509.03
N3558.00/W11458.01
N3610.13/W11508.35
N3603.90/W11510.49
N3613.56/W11452.74
N3619.35/W11521.10
N3608.89/W11456.18
N3614.29/W11518.92
N3609.38/W11521.65
N3552.50/W11514.03
N3610.50/W11509.30
N3614.95/W11514.60
N3557.00/W11513.00
N3604.29/W11506.84
N3608.87/W11509.35
N3612.60/W11516.10

290

VFR WAYPOINTS

WAYPOINT IDENT
VPVTR
VPVWM

COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT


THE RIDGE
WASH MARINA

VPANA
VPART
VPAUT
VPBOB
VPCAR
VPCNG
VPCOR
VPCRX
VPCSU
VPDOW
VPELA
VPETY
VPFCB
VPFPL
VPGOL
VPIMP
VPKAT
VPKEL
VPLAC
VPLLU
VPLMB
VPLQM
VPLRT
VPLVT
VPMDR
VPNEW
VPNUY
VPPCH
VPPKC
VPPOR
VPRRT
VPSEP
VPSFR
VPSTC
VPSTK

_______________________
MAGNOLIA
HWY 91 & 55
_______________________
_______________________
CONEJO GRADE US HWY 101
_______________________
_______________________
CSU CHANNEL ISLANDS
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
OXNARD FINANCIAL PLAZA
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
MANHATTAN BEACH PIER
QUEEN MARY
SANTA ANITA RACE TRACK
VINCENT THOMAS BRIDGE
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
SATICOY BRIDGE
_______________________

VPCNG
VPCSU
VPFPL
VPSTC

CONEJO GRADE US HWY 101


CSU CHANNEL ISLANDS
OXNARD FINANCIAL PLAZA
SATICOY BRIDGE

LOCATION
N3552.00/W11503.00
N3607.00/W11452.00

LOS ANGELES HELICOPTER CHART


N3344.43/W11750.03
N3351.45/W11758.92
N3350.63/W11749.57
N3359.60/W11721.45
N3349.90/W11817.23
N3412.54/W11859.61
N3352.90/W11732.95
N3401.40/W11744.88
N3409.76/W11902.53
N3356.47/W11805.80
N3400.98/W11810.35
N3338.70/W11744.12
N3402.03/W11801.63
N3413.71/W11910.39
N3409.33/W11817.37
N3355.85/W11816.85
N3348.23/W11754.22
N3403.92/W11748.40
N3403.75/W11814.93
N3403.85/W11717.82
N3353.02/W11824.83
N3345.17/W11811.37
N3408.45/W11802.65
N3344.97/W11816.32
N3359.27/W11823.97
N3420.18/W11830.72
N3409.63/W11828.18
N3328.07/W11740.32
N3403.32/W11812.83
N3400.10/W11750.12
N3359.37/W11816.83
N3405.80/W11828.63
N3417.45/W11828.07
N3416.62/W11908.34
N3413.97/W11824.60

LOS ANGELES SECTIONAL CHART


N3412.54/W11859.61
N3409.76/W11902.53
N3413.71/W11910.39
N3416.62/W11908.34

LOS ANGELES TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART


VPCNG
VPCSU
VPGTY
VPLBP
VPLCC
VPLCP
VPLDL
VPLDP
VPLDS
VPLFX
VPLGP
VPLHF
VPLHP
VPLKH
VPLLC
VPLLM
VPLMB
VPLMM
VPLMS
VPLPD
VPLPP

CONEJO GRADE US HWY 101


CSU CHANNEL ISLANDS
GETTY CENTER
BANNING PASS
CHAFFEY COLLEGE
CAJON PASS
DISNEYLAND
DANA POINT
DODGER STADIUM
91/605 INTERCHANGE
GRIFFITH PARK OBSERVATORY
110/405 FWYS
HUNTINGTON PIER
KING HARBOR
LA COLISEUM
LAKE MATHEWS
MANHATTAN BEACH PIER
AMUSEMENT PARK
MILE SQUARE PARK
PRADO DAM
PACIFIC PALISADES

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

N3412.54/W11859.61
N3409.76/W11902.53
N3404.84/W11828.66
N3356.05/W11659.63
N3408.87/W11734.33
N3418.07/W11727.68
N3348.72/W11755.13
N3327.62/W11742.87
N3404.42/W11814.42
N3352.38/W11806.08
N3407.10/W11818.02
N3351.42/W11817.10
N3339.32/W11800.25
N3350.75/W11823.88
N3400.83/W11817.27
N3350.58/W11726.85
N3353.02/W11824.83
N3426.20/W11836.28
N3343.40/W11756.77
N3353.40/W11738.48
N3402.13/W11832.15

VFR WAYPOINTS
WAYPOINT IDENT
VPLQM
VPLRB
VPLRT
VPLSA
VPLSB
VPLSC
VPLSF
VPLSP
VPLSR
VPLSS
VPLTW
VPLVT
VPLWT
VPNEW
VPSTC

COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT


QUEEN MARY
ROSE BOWL
SANTA ANITA RACE TRACK
SANTA ANA CANYON
SANTA FE FLOOD BASIN
STATE COLLEGE
SAN FERNANDO RESERVOIR
SIGNAL PEAK
HAWTHORNE & 405 FREEWAY
SANTA SUSANA PASS
TUJUNGA WASH & FOOTHILL
VINCENT THOMAS BRIDGE
WATER TANK
NEWHALL PASS
SATICOY BRIDGE

VPACH
VPBOV
VPCLE
VPCTE
VPDAD
VPDUT
VPDZE
VPEAR
VPEDY
VPFAH
VPGPE
VPHRO
VPHUC
VPIBR
VPKER
VPKOE
VPLYY
VPMBO
VPOBA
VPRBI
VPRNL
VPWMO

_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
DADE CITY
_______________________
_______________________
CLEARWATER BEACH
ANDYTOWN TOLLGATE
_______________________
ST PETE BEACH
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
LAKE PARKER
_______________________
_______________________
GULFSTREAM PARK
PUMPING STATION
_______________________
RANGER STATION
_______________________

291
LOCATION
N3345.17/W11811.37
N3409.67/W11810.05
N3408.45/W11802.65
N3352.03/W11742.68
N3407.72/W11757.30
N3352.97/W11753.13
N3417.87/W11829.00
N3336.33/W11748.63
N3353.07/W11821.13
N3416.00/W11838.43
N3416.40/W11820.30
N3344.97/W11816.32
N3411.01/W11846.41
N3420.18/W11830.72
N3416.62/W11908.34

MIAMI SECTIONAL CHART


N2600.92/W08006.93
N2757.00/W08046.75
N2627.07/W08200.88
N2609.28/W08120.70
N2822.57/W08211.25
N2737.70/W08209.10
N2719.00/W08044.17
N2758.67/W08249.83
N2608.78/W08028.00
N2625.40/W08129.67
N2743.50/W08244.67
N2705.97/W08212.20
N2819.87/W08243.77
N2712.47/W08140.22
N2804.00/W08156.00
N2440.08/W08120.55
N2449.07/W08049.17
N2558.57/W08008.17
N2628.30/W08026.75
N2550.67/W08055.18
N2522.92/W08036.58
N2703.00/W08035.00

MIAMI TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART


VPACH
VPEDY
VPKOE
VPLYY
VPMBO
VPOBA
VPRBI
VPRNL

HOLLYWOOD BEACH
ANDYTOWN TOLLGATE
_______________________
_______________________
GULFSTREAM PARK
PUMPING STATION
_______________________
RANGER STATION

VPGPT
VPLIP
VPMAI
VPMOB
VPRAM
VPRER
VPRIV
VPSAW
VPTHR

_______________________
PHILIPS INLET
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________

VPBIG
VPCRT
VPJAY
VPLYD
VPMLT
VPOLT

_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________

N2600.92/W08006.93
N2608.78/W08028.00
N2440.08/W08120.55
N2449.07/W08049.17
N2558.57/W08008.17
N2628.30/W08026.75
N2550.67/W08055.18
N2522.92/W08036.58

NEW ORLEANS SECTIONAL CHART


N3025.95/W08905.62
N3016.23/W08559.25
N3050.02/W08456.63
N3023.00/W08831.72
N3018.95/W08935.88
N3013.87/W08520.67
N3054.85/W08757.82
N3049.65/W08907.42
N3019.93/W08708.50

NEW YORK HELICOPTER CHART

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

N4105.67/W07155.00
N4101.50/W07206.22
N4059.00/W07307.00
N4057.37/W07329.59
N4104.67/W07151.00
N4110.00/W07213.50

292

VFR WAYPOINTS

WAYPOINT IDENT
VPROK

COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT


_______________________

VPBRK

_______________________

LOCATION
N4052.70/W07344.24

NEW YORK SECTIONAL CHART


N4154.58/W07257.23

PHOENIX TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART


VPALL
VPAQU
VPARM
VPAWG
VPAZM
VPBAR
VPCCC
VPCNL
VPFRB
VPFTN
VPGLX
VPGPP
VPMAR
VPMHS
VPNRV
VPNTT
VPPIR
VPQTR
VPREN
VPRVC
VPSMC
VPSQP
VPSSS
VPSTN
VPSTT

ALLENVILLE
AQUEDUCT PUMPING STATION
ARROWHEAD MALL
AHWATUKEE GOLF COURSE
ARIZONA MILLS
BARTLETT DAM
COUNTRY CLUB & CANAL
CANAL
FIREBIRD LAKE
FOUNTAIN HILLS
GILA CROSSING
GLENDALE POWER PLANT
MARICOPA
MESQUITE HIGH SCHOOL
NEW RIVER
NORTH TEST TRACK
PIR
QUINTERO GOLF COURSE
_______________________
RIO VERDE COMMUNITY
SOUTH MOUNTAIN COLLEGE
SQUAW PEAK
SUPERSTITION SPRINGS MALL
SANTAN MOUNTAINS
SOUTH TEST TRACK

N3320.97/W11235.20
N3340.05/W11241.38
N3338.52/W11213.48
N3319.98/W11159.08
N3323.00/W11157.85
N3349.10/W11137.92
N3330.73/W11150.37
N3333.23/W11146.89
N3316.35/W11158.10
N3336.12/W11142.72
N3316.55/W11210.08
N3333.27/W11213.00
N3303.42/W11202.88
N3320.53/W11149.58
N3355.08/W11208.45
N3303.50/W11155.83
N3322.52/W11218.90
N3349.53/W11223.58
N3319.12/W11125.77
N3344.37/W11139.62
N3323.02/W11202.12
N3332.83/W11201.27
N3323.50/W11141.37
N3309.23/W11140.92
N3256.25/W11159.67

ST LOUIS TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART


VPAGN
VPBPE
VPCJY
VPCOJ
VPDFA
VPEAZ
VPEDZ
VPEGR
VPEOX
VPFAI
VPFFY
VPGPF
VPGVI
VPHRQ
VPIBO
VPJMU
VPKNY
VPLES
VPLIW
VPLXU
VPNSY
VPNZY
VPRAZ
VPRMO
VPWKO
VPXXI
VPYID

TV ANTENNA
_______________________
HOLIDAY SHORES
WINFIELD DAM
JEFFERSON BARRACKS BRIDGE
BUSCH STADIUM
WATER TANKS
_______________________
ST PETERS
HOWELL ISLAND
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
CHAIN OF ROCKS BRIDGE
WATERLOO
HORSESHOE LAKE
PACIFIC
ST CHARLES
SIX FLAGS
GATEWAY ARCH
WOOD RIVER REFINERIES
WENTZVILLE
JERSEYVILLE
FOREST PARK
COLUMBIA
MILLSTADT
MOSENTHEIN ISLAND

N3832.08/W09022.42
N3823.80/W09020.38
N3855.00/W08956.00
N3900.28/W09041.23
N3829.18/W09016.47
N3837.43/W09011.55
N3845.30/W09034.87
N3835.80/W09019.32
N3847.17/W09039.25
N3840.00/W09043.00
N3855.37/W09017.30
N3835.60/W09026.92
N3832.30/W09027.80
N3845.88/W09010.42
N3820.00/W09009.00
N3841.00/W09005.00
N3829.00/W09044.00
N3847.00/W09030.00
N3830.67/W09040.47
N3837.50/W09011.00
N3850.00/W09005.00
N3848.83/W09050.98
N3907.00/W09020.00
N3838.00/W09017.00
N3827.00/W09012.00
N3827.50/W09005.68
N3843.00/W09012.25

SALT LAKE CITY TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART


VPAIR
VPBEE
VPBRN
VPCAP
VPCHS
VPCOP

SALTAIR
SOUTH INTERCHANGE
BARN
STATE CAPITOL
_______________________
BINGHAM COPPER MINE

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

N4044.85/W11211.22
N4038.18/W11154.23
N4054.28/W11210.15
N4046.67/W11153.25
N4042.28/W11205.92
N4031.38/W11209.00

VFR WAYPOINTS
WAYPOINT IDENT
VPCVI
VPCWY
VPCYN
VPFPC
VPFPK
VPGFS
VPHVE
VPJRT
VPKSL
VPLGN
VPMDH
VPMMT
VPMSH
VPNSL
VPNTP
VPOGE
VPOPS
VPPEN
VPPPT
VPPTM
VPPVO
VPRWY
VPSLC
VPTIP
VPUOU
VPWBR
VPWBT
VPZOO

COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT


CENTERVILLE INTERCHANGE
CAUSEWAY
PARLEYS CANYON
FREEPORT CENTER
FRANCIS PEAK
GARFIELD STACK
SPAGHETTI BOWL
JORDAN RIVER TEMPLE
KSL ANTENNA
LAGOON AMUSEMENT PARK
MCKAYDEE HOSPITAL
MICROWAVE TOWERS
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
GRAIN ELEVATOR
POWER STATION
STATE PRISON
PROMONTORY POINT
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN
PROVO CANYON
_______________________
I15/I80 INTERCHANGE
SOUTH TIP
U OF U EVENTS CENTER
WEBER CANYON
_______________________
HOGLE ZOO

293
LOCATION
N4055.30/W11153.43
N4105.37/W11207.17
N4042.67/W11148.10
N4105.92/W11202.27
N4101.98/W11150.30
N4043.28/W11211.88
N4043.50/W11154.22
N4035.02/W11155.58
N4046.80/W11205.80
N4059.08/W11153.57
N4111.50/W11157.08
N4048.50/W11153.37
N4101.67/W11202.47
N4050.15/W11154.90
N4103.57/W11214.23
N4113.13/W11200.45
N4120.38/W11202.78
N4029.88/W11153.62
N4112.28/W11225.73
N4027.42/W11154.83
N4018.77/W11139.45
N4048.48/W11200.33
N4045.83/W11154.85
N4050.93/W11210.92
N4045.73/W11150.28
N4108.17/W11154.83
N4038.00/W11203.33
N4045.00/W11148.95

SAN DIEGO TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART


VPLDP
VPLSP
VPOCN
VPSBC
VPSBL
VPSBM
VPSCF
VPSCM
VPSCP
VPSCR
VPSFB
VPSLJ
VPSMB
VPSMP
VPSMS
VPSMV
VPSMW
VPSOP
VPSOT
VPSPL
VPSPP
VPSQS
VPSRT
VPSSM
VPSSV
VPSTP
VPSVA

DANA POINT
SIGNAL PEAK
_______________________
BARONA CASINO
_______________________
BLACK MOUNTAIN
_______________________
COWLES MOUNTAIN
CRYSTAL PIER
_______________________
IRON MOUNTAIN
LAKE JENNINGS
_______________________
_______________________
MOUNT SOLEDAD
_______________________
MOUNT WOODSON
OTAY MESA PRISON
LOWER OTAY LAKE
SOUTH POINT LOMA
POWER PLANT
QUALCOMM STADIUM
DEL MAR RACE TRACK
SAN MIGUEL MOUNTAIN
SAN VICENTE ISLAND
TORREY PINES GOLF COURSE
_______________________

VPKBG

KINGSBURY GRADE

N3327.62/W11742.87
N3336.33/W11748.63
N3314.15/W11726.63
N3256.25/W11652.60
N3305.18/W11718.55
N3258.87/W11707.00
N3248.55/W11709.17
N3248.72/W11701.97
N3247.77/W11715.42
N3239.37/W11707.30
N3258.25/W11657.33
N3251.53/W11653.28
N3245.57/W11712.22
N3322.70/W11736.75
N3250.40/W11715.10
N3245.75/W11709.80
N3300.52/W11658.23
N3235.82/W11655.28
N3237.73/W11655.38
N3239.90/W11714.55
N3308.25/W11720.23
N3246.98/W11707.23
N3258.58/W11715.95
N3241.78/W11656.18
N3255.53/W11655.00
N3254.17/W11714.68
N3311.48/W11716.38

SAN FRANCISCO SECTIONAL CHART


N3858.75/W11953.20

SAN FRANCISCO TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART


VPALT
VPANT
VPBBR
VPCAL
VPCBT

ALTAMONT PASS
ANTIOCH BRIDGE
BENICIA BRIDGE
CALAVERAS RESERVOIR
LAKE CHABOT

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

N3744.35/W12135.42
N3801.45/W12145.02
N3802.50/W12207.45
N3728.16/W12148.93
N3743.68/W12206.94

294
WAYPOINT IDENT
VPCOY
VPCQZ
VPCRL
VPCRY
VPDUB
VPEMB
VPCSH
VPDAM
VPDLR
VPDUB
VPEMB
VPGGF
VPGIL
VPHHH
VPKGO
VPLEX
VPMID
VPMOR
VPNUM
VPPAC
VPPRU
VPSAR
VPSLA
VPSTB
VPSUN
VPUTC
VPWAL
VPWAM
VPWFR

VFR WAYPOINTS
COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT
COYOTE HILLS
CARQUINEZ BRIDGE
_______________________
CRYSTAL SPRINGS CAUSEWAY
DUBLIN
EMBASSY SUITES
CAL STATE UNIVERSITY
DEL VALLE DAM
_______________________
DUBLIN
EMBASSY SUITES
GOLDEN GATE FIELDS
GILROY
HAMILTON
KGO
LEXINGTON RESERVOIR
MIDSPAN SAN MATEO BRIDGE
MORMON TEMPLE
NUMMI PLANT
_______________________
PRUNEYARD
SARATOGA
SLAC/LINEAR ACCELERATOR
STINSON BEACH
SUNOL GOLF COURSE
UTC
WALNUT CREEK
_______________________
CEMENT PLANT

LOCATION
N3732.50/W12205.06
N3803.66/W12213.52
N3711.00/W12141.06
N3730.56/W12221.10
N3742.06/W12155.36
N3726.05/W12153.83
N3739.52/W12203.52
N3736.91/W12144.78
N3707.00/W12147.06
N3742.06/W12155.36
N3726.05/W12153.83
N3753.07/W12218.71
N3701.37/W12133.99
N3803.58/W12230.66
N3731.58/W12206.10
N3711.66/W12159.18
N3736.28/W12211.81
N3748.46/W12211.95
N3729.56/W12156.58
N3738.00/W12232.07
N3717.33/W12156.01
N3715.26/W12202.33
N3724.75/W12214.35
N3754.45/W12240.41
N3734.85/W12153.23
N3713.93/W12141.35
N3753.78/W12204.30
N3730.28/W12210.00
N3730.88/W12212.26

TAMPA/ORLANDO TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART


VPBOV
VPCNY
VPDAD
VPDFI
VPDUT
VPEAR
VPFFU
VPGPE
VPHUC
VPKER
VPLEV
VPLJA

_______________________
_______________________
DADE CITY
_______________________
_______________________
CLEARWATER BEACH
_______________________
ST PETE BEACH
_______________________
LAKE PARKER
_______________________
_______________________

VPACE
VPAXI
VPBRA
VPGCE
VPWZO

_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________

N2757.00/W08046.75
N2830.00/W08045.00
N2822.57/W08211.25
N2900.17/W08120.85
N2737.70/W08209.10
N2758.67/W08249.83
N2857.08/W08100.33
N2743.50/W08244.67
N2819.87/W08243.77
N2804.00/W08156.00
N2848.00/W08052.00
N2900.00/W08051.00

WASHINGTON SECTIONAL CHART

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

N3807.82/W07648.75
N3834.57/W07620.38
N3613.75/W07608.08
N3603.90/W07636.42
N3600.87/W07540.07

VOR RECEIVER CHECK


VOR Receiver Check

295

VOR RECEIVER CHECKPOINTS


AND
VOR TEST FACILITIES (VOT)

The use of VOR airborne and ground checkpoints is explained in Aeronautical Information Manual, Basic Flight Information and ATC
Procedures.
NOTE: Under columns headed Type of Checkpoint & Type of VOT Facility G stands for ground. A/ stands for airborne followed by
figures (2300) or (10003000) indicating the altitudes above mean sea level at which the check should be conducted.
Facilities are listed in alphabetical order, in the state where the checkpoints or VOTs are located.

IDAHO
VOR RECEIVER CHECKPOINTS

Facility Name (Arpt Name)

Freq/Ident

Type
Check
Pt.
Gnd.
AB/ALT

Azimuth
from
Fac.
Mag

Dist.
from
Fac.
N.M.

Boise .....................................................

113.3/BOI

A/5000

090

6.2

Boise (Boise Air TerminalGowen Field) .....

113.3/BOI

296

0.6

Coeur D'Alene.........................................
Idaho Falls (Idaho Falls Rgnl) ...................

108.8/COE
113.85/IDA

A/4000
G

011
208

9.0

Nez Perce (LewistonNez Perce County) ....


Pocatello (Pocatello Rgnl).........................

108.2/MQG
112.6/PIH

A/3000
A/5800

247
034

6.2
8.7

Twin Falls (Joslin FldMagic Valley Rgnl) ...

115.8/TWF

065

0.8

Checkpoint Description
Over dam outlet S end
Lucky Peak Reservoir
Twy A in run-up area Rwy
28R.
Over amusement park.
0.8 NM at intersection of
Twys A and A3.
Over tetrahedron on arpt.
Over radio antenna with
white storage tanks at
base.
On runup area at apch end
Rwy 25.

VOR TEST FACILITIES (VOT)


Facility Name
(Airport Name)
Boise (Boise Air TerminalGowen Field) .....

Type VOT
Facility

Freq.
116.7

Remarks

MONTANA
VOR RECEIVER CHECKPOINTS
Type
Check
Pt.
Gnd.
AB/ALT

Azimuth
from
Fac.
Mag

Dist.
from
Fac.
N.M.

Coppertown (Bert Mooney).......................

114.5/BIL
112.4/BZN
112.4/BZN
111.6/CPN

A/5000
G
G
A/6600

199
272
145
098

10.5
0.5
0.7
11.5

Dillon.....................................................
Great Falls (Great Falls Intl) ......................

113.0/DLN
115.1/GTF

A/7000
G

245
030

5.0
2.3

115.1/GTF

030

2.9

Havre ....................................................
Helena (Helena Rgnl) ..............................

111.8/HVR
117.7/HLN

A/4000
G

278
238

8.0
0.7

Kalispell (Glacier Park Intl) .......................


Lewistown (Lewistown Muni) ...................
Livingston ..............................................

113.2/FCA
112.0/LWT
116.1/LVM

A/4000
A/5200
A/6500

316
075
237

6.4
5.6
5.5

Miles City (Frank Wiley Field) ...................


Missoula (Missoula Intl) ...........................

112.1/MLS
112.8/MSO

G
G

036
344

4.2
0.6

Facility Name (Arpt Name)


Billings ..................................................
Bozeman (Bozeman Yellowstone Intl) ........

Freq/Ident

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

Checkpoint Description
Over refinery at Laurel.
Twy at apch end Rwy 12.
Twy H at Twy A.
Over intersection of Rwys
1129 and 1533.
Over letter B on bluff.
On Twy A between A5 and
A6.
At intersection of Twy A and
A3.
Over S end of dam.
On Twy E on South side of
Rwy 27.
Over apch end Rwy 30.
Over apch end Rwy 07.
Over northern most radio
twr NE of city.
On twy leading to Rwy 30.
Terminal ramp east of Twy
D.

296

VOR RECEIVER CHECK


OREGON
VOR RECEIVER CHECKPOINTS)

Facility Name (Arpt Name)

Freq/Ident

Type
Check
Pt.
Gnd.
AB/ALT

Azimuth
from
Fac.
Mag

Dist.
from
Fac.
N.M.

Checkpoint Description

Astoria (Astoria Regional).........................

114.0/AST

156

.5

Baker ....................................................

115.3/BKE

A/6000

136

6.7

Corvallis (Corvallis Muni) .........................


Eugene (Mahlon Sweet Field) ...................

115.4/CVO
112.9/EUG

G
G

049
071

0.5
0.5

Klamath Falls (Klamath Falls) ..................


Pendleton (Eastern Oregon Rgnl At
Pendleton)..............................................
Rogue Valley (Rogue Valley Intl) ...............
Roseburg (Roseburg Rgnl) .......................
Wildhorse ..............................................

115.9/LMT
114.7/PDT

G
G

298
073

1.0
3.9

East edge of ramp in front of


large hangar.
Over microwave tower on
bluff.
On S edge of terminal ramp.
On ramp immediately W of
tower.
On ramp N of Twy E.
On twy B.

113.6/OED
108.2/RBG
113.8/ILR

A/3000
A/2500
A/6500

213
337
225

4.8
3.0
6.0

Over radio tower.


Over S end of Rwy 1634.
Over smoke stack.

VOR TEST FACILITIES (VOT)


Facility Name
(Airport Name)

Freq.

Type VOT
Facility

Portland Intl...........................................

111.0

Portland Hillsboro...................................
Rogue Valley IntlMedford.......................

115.2
117.2

G
G

Remarks
Unusable on ANG ramp; Twy B east of
Twy B6;
Twy B west of Rwy 21;
Twy C east of Twy C6;
Twy C west of C3; Twy D; Twy H.
Unusable on Twy A6, hangar area W of
Twy A6 and Twy A NW of Twy C.

WASHINGTON
VOR RECEIVER CHECKPOINTS

Facility Name (Arpt Name)

Freq/Ident

Type
Check
Pt.
Gnd.
AB/ALT

Azimuth
from
Fac.
Mag

Dist.
from
Fac.
N.M.

Ellensburg (Bowers Field) ........................


Ephrata (Ephrata Muni) ...........................
Hoquiam (Bowerman) .............................

117.9/ELN
112.6/EPH
117.7/HQM

A/2300
A/2300
A/1100

255
202
062

3.5
5.8
8.4

Whatcom (Bellingham Intl) ......................

113.0/HUH

A/1700

162

5.4

Moses Lake (Grant County Intl) ................

Olympia (Olympia Rgnl)...........................


Paine (Snohomish Co (Paine Fld)).............

115.0/MWH
115.0/MWH
115.0/MWH
113.4/OLM
110.6/PAE

G
G
G
G
G

155
194
313
350
173

1.4
1.2
1.0
0.3
0.8

Pasco (TriCities) ....................................

108.4/PSC

098

Seattle...................................................

116.8/SEA

A/2000

197

27.0

Seattle...................................................

116.8/SEA

A/2500

308

19.5

Seattle (Crest Airpark) .............................

116.8/SEA

A/2000

107

10.3

Tatoosh (Sekiu).......................................
Walla Walla (Martin Field) .......................

112.2/TOU
116.4/ALW

A/2500
A/1500

077
225

12.4
5.6

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

Checkpoint Description
Over W end of Rwy 0725.
Over Rwy 03 thld.
Over centerline on apch end
Rwy 06.
Over Nooksack
River/Interstate 5 Bridge.
On runup area Rwy 32R.
On runup area Rwy 04.
On runup area Rwy 14L.
On E runup area Rwy 17.
Intersection of Rwy 11 and
Twy H.
Twy Echo at Rwy 30 run-up
area.
Over Nisqually
River/Interstate 5 bridge.
Over NW end of bridge and
Hwy 305.
Over centerline on apch end
Rwy 33.
Over AER 08.
Overhead Martin Fld (KS95)

VOR RECEIVER CHECK

Facility Name (Arpt Name)

Freq/Ident

Type
Check
Pt.
Gnd.
AB/ALT

297

Azimuth
from
Fac.
Mag

Dist.
from
Fac.
N.M.

Walla Walla (Walla Walla Rgnl) ................

116.4/ALW

035

0.5

Wenatchee (Pangborn Mem) ....................

111.0/EAT

105

0.6

Yakima...................................................

116.0/YKM

A/3500

210

4.1

Checkpoint Description
At the intersection of Twys A
and C.
On Twy at apch end of Rwy
30.
Over single tower on ridge
line.

VOR TEST FACILITIES (VOT)


Facility Name
(Airport Name)
Seattle (Boeing Field/King County Intl) .......
Seattle (SeattleTacoma Intl) ....................
Spokane (Felts Field) ...............................
Spokane Intl...........................................

Freq.
108.6
117.5
114.0
109.6

Type VOT
Facility

Remarks

G
G
G
G

WYOMING
VOR RECEIVER CHECKPOINTS

Facility Name (Arpt Name)

Freq/Ident

Type
Check
Pt.
Gnd.
AB/ALT

Azimuth
from
Fac.
Mag

Dist.
from
Fac.
N.M.

Boysen Reservoir ....................................


Jackson (Jackson Hole)............................

117.8/BOY
115.4/JAC

A/6500
G

180
174

25
0.5

Muddy Mountain (Casper/Natrona Co Intl) .

116.2/DDY

A/6400

204

13.4

Newcastle (Mondell Fld) ..........................

108.2 ECS

A/5500

116

4.9

Rawlins (Rawlins Muni/Harvey Fld) ...........

109.4/RWL

A/7500

093

5.5

109.4/RWL

052

0.8

116.0/OC
S
115.3/SHR

270

2.3

A/5000

129

5.0

Rock Springs (Rock SpringsSweetwater


County) ...........................................
Sheridan (Sheridan County)......................

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

Checkpoint Description
Over Riverton VOR.
On Twy A, approximately
1,000 S of AER 19.
Over intersection Rwys
0321 and 0826.
Over radio towers with
strobe lights.
Bridge over railroad track
east of refinery.
Runup area Rwy 22.
Intersection twy to Rwy
0927.
Over centerline approach
end Rwy 14.

298

PARACHUTE JUMPING AREAS

The following tabulation lists all reported parachute jumping sites in the area of coverage of this directory. Unless otherwise indicated,
all activities are conducted during daylight hours and under VFR conditions. The busiest periods of activity are normally on weekends
and holidays, but jumps can be expected at anytime during the week at the locations listed. Jumps within restricted airspace are not
listed.
All times are local and altitudes MSL unless otherwise specified.
Contact facility and frequency is listed at the end of the remarks, when available, in bold face type.
Refer to Federal Aviation Regulations Part 105 for required procedures relating to parachute jumping.
Organizations desiring listing of their jumping activities in this publication should contact the nearest tower, approach control, or
ARTCC.
Qualified parachute jumping sites will be depicted on the appropriate visual chart(s).
Note: (c) in this publication indicates that the parachute jump area is charted.
To qualify for charting, a jump area must meet the following criteria:
(1) Been in operation for at least 1 year.
(2) Operate year round (at least on weekends).
(3) Log 4,000 or more jumps each year.
Parachute Jumping Areas

In addition, jump sites can be nominated by FAA Regions if special circumstances require charting.
LOCATION

DISTANCE AND RADIAL FROM


NEAREST VOR/VORTAC

MAXIMUM
ALTITUDE

REMARKS

IDAHO
Burley ......................................... 13 NM; 035 Burley....................
(c) Caldwell Industrial Arpt............ 20 NM; 269 Boise.....................

15,000
17,500

Joslin FldMagic Valley Rgnl.......... 0.1 NM; 359 Twin Falls..............


(c) Star Skydiving Center............... 17 NM; 289 Boise.....................

14,500
16,000

Daily SRSS.
5 NM radius. 1/2 hour before SR1
hour after SS.
2 NM radius MayOct weekends.
5NM radius. SR2 hrs after SS
daily.

MONTANA
Bozeman Yellowstone Intl..............
(c) Butler Creek............................
Dornblaser Fld .............................
(c) Grant Creek.............................
(c) Helena, Ft Harrison..................
(c) Kalispell, Carson Fld Arpt .........
Kalispell, City Arpt........................
(c) Laurel Muni Arpt .....................
Livingston, MIssion Fld .................
(c) Missoula Intl Arpt ....................

1 NM; 038 Bozeman .................


19 NM; 296 Missoula ................
5.2 NM; 120 Missoula ...............
1.5 NM; 053 Missoula ...............
6 NM; 265 Helena.....................
28 NM; 238 Kalispell.................
6 NM; 230 Kalispell...................
9 NM; 208 Billings ....................
1 NM; 010 Livingston ................
1.4 NM; 315 Missoula ...............

15,000
2,000 AGL
12,500 AGL
12,500 AGL
12,000
14,000
14,000 AGL
14,500
14,500
1,500 AGL

Nine Mile R.S. ............................. 17 NM; 289 Missoula ................


(c) Raser Ranch ........................... 2 NM; 357 Missoula ..................

2,000 AGL
3,000 AGL

Roundup Arpt .............................. 40 NM; 351 Billings ..................


(c) Six Mile .................................. 15 NM; 300 Missoula ................
(c) Stevensville Arpt...................... 25 NM; 162 Missoula ................

14,500
2,000 AGL
14,000

Stoney Creek................................
Three Forks Arpt...........................
University Campus .......................
West Yellowstone, Yellowstone Arpt

2,000 AGL
14,500
12,500 AGL
1,500 AGL

17 NM; 296 Missoula ................


18 NM; 275 Bozeman ...............
5 NM; 108 Missoula ..................
60 NM; 034 DuBois ..................

2 NM radius. SRSS daily.


0.5 NM radius. Occasional use.
0.5 NM radius. Occasional use.
0.5 NM radius. Occasional use.
1 NM radius. WedSun SRSS.
2 NM radius. 0800SS daily.
2 NM radius. 0800SS daily.
2 NM radius. Daily SRSS.
2 NM radius. Daily SRSS.
0.5 NM radius. MaySep daily
SRSS, OctApr occasional use.
0.5 NM radius. Occasional use.
0.5 NM radius AprOct occasional
use.
Weekends SRSS.
0.5 NM radius. Occasional use.
1 NM radius. Wed and weekends
SRSS.
0.5 NM radius. Occasional use.
2 NM radius. Daily SRSS.
0.5 NM radius. Occasional use.
JuneSep.

OREGON
(c) Albany, Northwest Parachute
Club............................................ 18 NM; 032 Corvallis ................

13,000

(c) Creswell, Hobby Fld................. 15 NM; 120 Eugene ..................

15,000

(c) Estacada, Beaver Oaks Arpt...... 25 NM; 076 Newberg ................


(c) Hermiston Muni Arpt................ 16 NM; 280 Pendleton...............

13,000 AGL
15,000

(c) Medford, Beagle Sky Ranch Arpt 5 NM; 350 Rogue Valley ............
(c) Mollala, Sky Dive Oregon Arpt... 19 NM; 110 Newberg ................

14,000
14,500

(c) Redmond, Cline Falls Air Park


Arpt ............................................ 3 NM; 010 Deschutes ................

13,000

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

2 NM radius. SR1 hr after SS


WedSun. Occasional hours
MonTue.
5 NM radius. SRSS Daily. Mahlon
Sweet Fld Twr-TRACON 119.6
1.5 NM radius. 08002300 Daily.
2 NM radius. SRSS weekends.
Occasional hours weekdays.
Daily SR2200.
5 NM radius. 08002200, Daily.
Portland Intl Twr 118.1
3 NM radius. 08002100.

PARACHUTE JUMPING AREAS


LOCATION

DISTANCE AND RADIAL FROM


NEAREST VOR/VORTAC

MAXIMUM
ALTITUDE

299
REMARKS

WASHINGTON
(c) Coupeville NOLF
Fort Lewis, Abrams Drop Zone .......
Fort Lewis, Anzio Drop Zone ..........
Fort Lewis, Dakto Drop Zone..........
Fort Lewis, Darby Drop Zone..........
Fort Lewis, El Guettar Drop Zone....
Fort Lewis, Gray AAF (Joint Base
Lewis-McChord) Drop Zone ........

5 NM; 110 Penn Cove ...............


7.5 NM; 200 McChord ..............
9 NM; 160 McChord .................
7.5 NM; 175 McChord ..............
8.5 NM; 097 Olympia ...............
7.5 NM; 092 Olympia ...............

12,500 AGL
10,000
1,000
10,000
10,000
10,000

6 NM; 210 McChord .................

10,000

1 NM radius. Occasional use.

Fort Lewis, Marion Drop Zone ........


Fort Lewis, Merrill Drop Zone.........
Fort Lewis, Mytkina Drop Zone.......
Fort Lewis, Point Salinas Drop Zone
Fort Lewis, Pointe De Hoc Drop
Zone............................................
Fort Lewis, Rogers Drop Zone ........
Fort Lewis, Solo Drop Zone ............
(c) Larson/Rainer Drop Zone ..........

11 NM; 190 McChord ...............


9 NM; 092 Olympia ..................
10 NM; 065 Olympia ................
7.5 NM; 201 McChord ..............
11.5 NM; 192 McChord ............

10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000

1 NM radius. Occasional use.


0.5 NM radius. Occasional use.
1 NM radius. Occsional use.
1 NM radius. Occasional use.
0.25 NM radius. Occasional use.

7 NM; 155 McChord .................


6.5 NM; 245 McChord ..............
17 NM; 217 Moses Lake ...........

10,000
10,000
3,000

Monroe, Firstair Fld ...................... 14 NM; 091 Paine ....................


(c) Ritzville, West Plains Skydiving
Drop Zone .................................... 36.4 NM; 207 Spokane.............

12,500

0.5 NM radius. Occasional use.


1 NM radius. Occasional use.
Continuous. Personnel and hvy
equip. Grant Co Intl Twr 126.4
0.5 mi radius. Daily SRSS.

(c) Shelton, Sanderson Fld Arpt......


(c) Snohomish, Harvey Fld.............
(c) Snohomish, Harvey Fld.............
(c) Spokane, Hayford Drop Zone.....
(c) Tacoma, McChord Field (Joint
Base LewisMcChord) ...................
(c) Tekoa, Willard Fld ....................
(c) Toledo, Ed Carlson Mem
FldSouth Lewis Co ......................

15,000

2 NM radius. Occasional use.


1 NM radius. Occasional use.
0.3 NM radius. Occasional use.
0.3 NM radius. Occasional use.
0.5 NM radius. Occasional use.
0.3 NM radius. Occasional use.

19 NM; 309 Olympia ................


7 NM; 078 Paine ......................
8 NM; 075 Paine ......................
12 NM; 340 Spokane................

14,000
15,000
15,000
10,000

2 NM radius. SRSS weekends,


1700SS weekdays. Heavy use
AprNov.
2 NM radius. Daily 08002300.
2 NM radius. Continuous.
1 NM radius. Continuous.
0.5 NM radius. Occasional use.

28 NM, 181 Seattle ..................


31 NM; 110 Spokane................

15,000
12,500

Weekends and occasional nights.


1 NM radius. Daily.

30 NM; 150 Olympia ................

12,500

5 NM radius. Continuous.

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

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AERONAUTICAL CHART BULLETIN

The purpose of this bulletin is to provide major changes in aeronautical information that have occurred since the last publication date
of each Sectional Aeronautical, VFR Terminal Area, and Helicopter Route Chart listed. The general policy is to include only those
changes to controlled airspace and special use airspace that present a hazardous condition or impose a restriction on the pilot, and
major changes to airports and radio navigational facilities, thereby providing the VFR pilot with the essential data necessary to
update and maintain chart currency. The data is grouped by type and then by effective date. When a new edition of the Aeronautical
Chart is published, the corrective tabulation will be removed from this bulletin. Inasmuch as this Bulletin provides major changes
only, pilots should consult the airport listing in this directory for all new information. Users of U.S. World Aeronautical Charts (WAC)
and U.S. Gulf Coast VFR Aeronautical Charts should consult the appropriate Sectional and VFR Terminal Area Charts for revisions.
Positions are shown as degrees, minutes, seconds and hemisphere. Data is current as of 56 days prior to the date of this publication.
Aeronautical Chart Bulletins

Military Training Routes (MTRs) are shown on Sectional Aeronautical Charts, VFR Terminal Area, and Helicopter Route Charts. Only
the route centerline, direction of flight and the route designator are shown route widths and altitudes are not shown. Since these
routes are subject to change every 56 days and the charts are reissued generally every 6 months, routes with a change in the
alignment of the charted route centerline will be listed in this Aeronautical Chart Bulletin below. You are advised to contact Flight
Service for route dimensions and current status for those routes affecting your flight.

BILLINGS SECTIONAL
88th Edition, 21 Aug 2014
OBSTRUCTIONS
18 Sep 2014Add obst 2874MSL (450AGL), 474421N, 1024316W.
Add obst 2152MSL (210AGL), 485346N, 1030538W.
Add obst 2290MSL (205AGL), 480028N, 1015708W.
AIRPORTS
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
NAVAIDs
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
AIRSPACE
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MISCELLANEOUS
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.

CHEYENNE SECTIONAL
90th Edition, 24 Jul 2014
OBSTRUCTIONS
24 Jul 2014No Major Changes.
18 Sep 2014Add obst 4147MSL (338AGL), 424012N, 1032405W.
AIRPORTS
24 Jul 2014No Major Changes.
18 Sep 2014Delete WILLIAMS arpt, 403614N, 1035621W.
NAVAIDs
24 Jul 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
AIRSPACE
24 Jul 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE
24 Jul 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES
24 Jul 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MISCELLANEOUS
24 Jul 2014No Major Changes.
18 Sep 2014Change MEF 48 to 49 in quadrant 4130-4200N, 10230-10300W.

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

AERONAUTICAL CHART BULLETIN


GREAT FALLS SECTIONAL
87th Edition, 26 Jun 2014
OBSTRUCTIONS
24 Jul 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
AIRPORTS
24 Jul 2014No Major Changes.
18 Sep 2014 Delete HORNER arpt, 473529N, 1111619W.
Delete RP 14 at BABB arpt, 485054N, 1132545W.
Delete RP 1, 19 at AUGUSTA arpt, 47 2748N, 1122248W.
NAVAIDs
24 Jul 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
AIRSPACE
24 Jul 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE
24 Jul 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES
24 Jul 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MISCELLANEOUS
24 Jul 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.

KLAMATH FALLS SECTIONAL


91st Edition, 18 Sep 2014
OBSTRUCTIONS
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
AIRPORTS
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
NAVAIDs
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
AIRSPACE
18 Sep2014No Major Changes.
SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MISCELLANEOUS
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.

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SALT LAKE CITY SECTIONAL
91st Edition, 3 Apr 2014

OBSTRUCTIONS
3 Apr 2014 29 May 2014No Major Changes.
24 Jul 2014Add wind turbine farm. 8275 is highest MSL, 412208N, 1105018W.
18 Sep 2014Add obst 4761MSL (203AGL), 431639N, 1121248W.
Add obst 3067MSL (305AGL), 430144N, 1160339W.
AIRPORTS
3 Apr 2014No Major Changes.
29 May 2014Delete JACKS arpt, 414402N, 1121139W.
Delete BOWMAN FIELD arpt, 435934N, 1113301W.
24 Jul 2014Change (LLI) to (LLJ) at CHALLIS arpt, 443125N, 1141305W.
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
NAVAIDs
3 Apr 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
AIRSPACE
3 Apr 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE
3 Apr 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES
3 Apr 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MISCELLANEOUS
3 Apr 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.

SALT LAKE CITY TERMINAL AREA CHART


50th Edition, 3 Apr 2014
OBSTRUCTIONS
3 Apr 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
AIRPORTS
3 Apr 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
NAVAIDs
3 Apr 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
AIRSPACE
3 Apr 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE
3 Apr 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES
3 Apr 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MISCELLANEOUS
3 Apr 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

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SEATTLE SECTIONAL
87th Edition, 29 May 2014
OBSTRUCTIONS
29 May 2014No Major Changes.
24 Jul 2014Add obst 1373MSL (210AGL), 470815N, 1230831W.
Add obst 3047MSL (403AGL), 465822N, 1230822W.
Add obst 3314MSL (204AGL), 462917N, 1231256W.
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
AIRPORTS
29 May 2014No Major Changes.
24 Jul 2014Delete MAYNE ISLAND arpt, 485200N, 1231800W.
Delete PORT WASHINGTON arpt, 484900N, 1231900W.
Delete RP 25 at WASCO STATE arpt, 453521N, 1204026W.
18 Sep 2014Delete SCOTT SEED FARM arpt, 463136N, 1174553W.
VISTA FIELD arpt abandoned, 461307N, 1191236W.
NAVAIDs
29 May 2014 24 Jul 2014No Major Changes.
18 Sep 2014Delete KARPEN NDB, 460822N, 1233514W.
AIRSPACE
29 May 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE
29 May 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES
29 May 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MISCELLANEOUS
29 May 2014No Major Changes.
24 Jul 2014Change MEF 31 to 32 in quadrant 4630 - 4700N, 12300 - 12330W.
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.

SEATTLE TERMINAL AREA CHART


82nd Edition, 29 May 2014
OBSTRUCTIONS
29 May 2014No Major Changes.
24 Jul 2014Add obst 1373MSL (210AGL), 470815N, 1230831W.
Add obst 3047MSL (403AGL), 465822N, 1230822W.
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
AIRPORTS
29 May 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
NAVAIDs
29 May 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
AIRSPACE
29 May 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE
29 May 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES
29 May 2014 18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.
MISCELLANEOUS
29 May 2014No Major Changes.
24 Jul 2014Change MEF 31 to 32 in quadrant 4645 - 4700N, 12300 - 12315W.
18 Sep 2014No Major Changes.

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Supplemental Communication Reference

Contained within this tabulation, and listed alphabetically by airport name, are all privateuse airports charted on the U.S. IFR Enroute
Low and High Altitude charts in the United States, having terminal approach and departure control facilities. Additionally, listed by
country, are all Canadian and Mexican airports that appear on the U.S. IFR Enroute charts with approach and departure control
services. All frequencies transmit and receive unless otherwise noted. Radials defining sectors are outbound from the facility.

UNITED STATES
FACILITY NAME
Cabaniss Fld NOLF, TX (NGW)
Corpus App/Dep Con 125.4 307.9
Navy Cabaniss Tower 119.65 299.6 (MonThu 13300500Z, Fri 13300100Z)
Fentress NALF, VA (NFE)
Norfolk App/Dep Con 123.9 266.8
Frankfort, IL (LL4)
Chicago App/Dep Con 133.1 285.6
Fry, OH (OH8)
Columbus App/Dep Con 118.425 (360090)
Gila Bend AF AUX, AZ (GXF)
Luke App/Dep Con 125.45 263.125 (South)
Glasgow Industrial, MT (7MT)
Salt Lake Center App/Dep Con 126.85 305.2
Joe Williams NOLF, MS (NJW)
Meridian App/Dep Con 276.4
Bravo Tower 118.475 279.2 (MonFri 13002230Z)
Oak Grove MCOLF, NC (13NC)
Cherry Point App/Dep Con 119.35 377.175
Port Sulphur, LA (4LA)
Houston App/Dep Con 134.9 290.45
Shell AHP, AL (SXS)
Cairns App/Dep Con 133.45 239.4 (24 hrs TueSat, 12000500Z SunMon) other times ctc
Jax Center App/Dep Con 134.3 353.5
Shell Tower 139.125 244.5 (12300600 MonFri, exc hol)
USAF Academy Bullseye Aux Airfield, CO (CO9)
ASOS 118.325
Webster NOLF, MD (NUI)
Patuxent App/Dep Con 121.0 250.3
Navy Webster Tower 126.2 358.0 (MonFri, exc hol, other times on request,
14002200Z or SS, whichever occurs first)
Whitehouse NOLF, FL (NEN)
Jax Center App Con 123.8 377.05
Jax Center Dep Con 123.8 379.9
Whitehouse Tower 135.4 268.8 350.35 (Manned during scheduled operations only)
William P Gwinn, FL (6FA)
Palm Beach App/Dep Con 317.4
Gwinn Tower 120.4 279.25 (MonFri 13002100Z)
Gnd Con 121.65 279.25

CHART & PANEL


L20H, 21A
H10I, 12I, L35D
L28H
L27E
H4J, L5B
H1E, 2G, L13D
H6J, L18G
L35B
L21C, 22G
L22I

L10F
H10I, 12I,
L34E, 36I
H8H, L21D, 24G

H8I, L23C

CANADA
FACILITY NAME
Abbotsford, BC (CYXX)
ATIS 119.8 (15000700Z)
Victoria Trml App/Dep Con 132.7 (Avbl on ground) 290.8
Tower 119.4 (Inner) 121.0 (Outer) 295.0 (15000700Z) Gnd Con 121.8
MF 119.4 295.0 (07001500Z) (Shape irregular to 4500)
Amos/Magny, QC (CYEY)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 125.9
Atikokan Muni, ON (CYIB)
MF 122.3 (5 NM to 4500 No ground station)
BarrieOrillia (Lake Simcoe Rgnl), ON (CYLS)
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 124.025
Bar River, ON (CPF2)
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 132.65
Bathurst, NB (CZBF)
Moncton Center App/Dep Con 134.25
Boundary Bay, BC (CZBB)
ATIS 125.5 (15000700Z)
Vancouver App/Dep Con 132.3 363.8
Tower 118.1 (Inner) 127.6 (Outer) (15000700Z) Gnd Con 124.3
MF 118.1 (07001500Z to 2000. Vancouver Trml 125.2 above 2000. Shape
irregular to 2500.)
Brampton, ON (CNC3)
Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 119.3

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

CHART & PANEL


H1B, L12F

H11B
L14I
H11B, L31D
L31C
L32J
H1B, L1E

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CANADA
FACILITY NAME
Brandon Muni, MB (CYBR)
Winnipeg Center App/Dep Con 132.25 285.4
MF 122.1 (5 NM to 4000)
Brantford, ON (CYFD)
Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 128.27
Brockville Rgnl Tackaberry ON (CNL3)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 134.675
Bromont, QC (CZBM)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 132.35 MF 122.15 (5 NM to 3400)
Burlington Executive, ON (CZBA)
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 119.3
Castlegar/West Kootenay Rgnl, BC (CYCG)
Vancouver Center App/Dep Con 134.2 227.3
MF 122.1 (5 NM to 6500)
Centralia/James T. Fld Muni, ON (CYCE)
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 135.30
Charlottetown, PE (CYYG)
Moncton Center App/Dep Con 135.65 384.8 MF 118.0 (5 NM to 3200)
ChathamKent, ON (CYCK)
Cleveland Center App/Dep Con 132.25
Collingwood, ON (CNY3)
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 124.02
Cornwall Rgnl, ON (CYCC)
Boston Center App/Dep Con 135.25 377.1
Cranbrook/Canadian Rockies Intl, BC (CYXC)
Vancouver Center App/Dep Con 133.6 MF 122.3 (5 NM to 6100)
Debert, NS (CCQ3)
Halifax Trml App/Dep Con 119.2
Digby, NS (CYID)
Moncton Center App/Dep Con 123.9
Downsview, ON (CYZD)
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 133.4
MF 126.2 (13002300Z, 3 NM to 1700)
Drummondville, QC (CSC3)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 132.35
Earlton (Timiskaming Rgnl), ON (CYXR)
MF 122.0 (5 NM to 3800)
Elliot Lake Muni, ON (CYEL)
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 135.4
Fort Frances Muni, ON (CYAG)
Minneapolis Center App/Dep Con 120.9
Fredericton Intl, NB (CYFC)
ATIS 127.55 (10450245Z, OT AWOS)
Moncton Center App/Dep Con 124.3 135.5 270.8
Tower 119.0 (10450245Z) Gnd Con 121.7 (10450245Z)
MF 119.0 (02451045Z, 5 NM to 3500)
Goderich, ON (CYGD)
Toronto Center App/Dep 135.3 266.3
Greenwood, NS (CYZX)
ATIS 128.85 244.3 (11000000Z)
App/Dep Con 120.6 335.9 Tower 119.5 236.6 324.3
Gnd Con 133.75 289.4 Clnc Del 128.025 283.9
Grimsby Air Park, ON (CNZ8)
Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 128.27 268.75 Tower 125.0 308.475
Halifax/Shearwater, NS (CYAW)
ATIS 129.175 (Ltd hrs)
App/Dep Con 119.2 MF Shearwater Advisory 119.0 126.2 340.2 360.2 (Ltd hrs)
Gnd Con 121.7 250.1
Halifax/Stanfield Intl, NS (CYHZ)
ATIS 121.0
Moncton Center App/Dep Con 135.3
Tower 118.4 236.6 Gnd Con 121.9 275.8 Clnc Del 123.95
Apron Advisory 122.125
Hamilton, ON (CYHM)
ATIS 128.1
Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 128.27 268.75 Tower 119.7 125.0
Gnd Con 121.6
Kingston, ON (CYGK)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 135.05 (04001115Z)
MF 122.5 (11150400Z 5 NM to 3300)

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

CHART & PANEL


H2H
L31D
L32G
L32G
L31D
H1C
H10G, 11B, L31D
H11E, L32J
H10G, L30G
H11B, L31D
L32G
H1C
H11E, L32J
L32J
H11B, L31E
L32H
H11B
L31C
L14H
H11E, L32I

H11B, L31D
H11E, L32J

L31E
H11E, L32J

H11E, L32J

H10H, 11B, L11B

H11C, L31E, 32F

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CANADA

FACILITY NAME
Kitchener/Waterloo, ON (CYKF)
ATIS 125.1 (12000400Z)
Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 128.275
Waterloo Tower 126.0 118.55 (12000400Z) Gnd Con 121.8
MF 126.0 (04001200Z 5 NM to 4000)
Lachute, QC (CSE4)
Montreal Center App Con 124.65 268.3
Montreal Center Dep Con 132.85 268.3
La Tuque, QC (CYLQ)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 134.5
Langley, BC (CYNJ)
ATIS 124.5 (16300230Z, DT 15300330Z)
Victoria Trml App/Dep Con 132.7 290.8 Tower 119.0 (16300230Z,
DT 15300330Z)
Gnd Con 121.9 MF 119.0 (02301630Z, DT 03301530Z 3 NM to 1900)
Leamington, ON (CLM2)
Detroit Approach App/Dep Con 134.3
Lethbridge, AB (CYQL)
ATIS 124.4 (12450545Z)
Edmonton Center App/Dep Con 132.75 265.2 MF 121.0 (5 NM to 6000)
Lindsay, ON (CNF4)
Toronto Center App/Dep 134.25
Liverpool/South Shore Rgnl, NS (CYAU)
Moncton Center App/Dep Con 123.9
London, ON (CYXU)
ATIS 127.8 (11200345Z)
Toronto Center App/Dep 135.3 135.625
Tower 119.4 125.65 (11200345Z) Gnd Con 121.9
MF 119.4 (03451120Z 5 NM to 3000)
Manitowaning/Manitoulin East Muni, ON (CYEM)
Toronto Center App/Dep 135.4 260.9
Maniwaki, QC (CYMW)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 126.57
Mascouche, QC (CSK3)
MF 122.35 (5 NM to 2500. No gnd station. Excluding the portion S of the
N shore of Riviere des Milleslles and 1 NM around Lac Agile Mascouche arpt.)
Medicine Hat, AB (CYXH)
ATIS 124.875 (12450345Z)
MF 122.2 (12450345Z 5 NM to 5400)
Midland/Huronia, ON (CYEE)
Toronto Center App/Dep 124.025
Miramichi, NB (CYCH)
Moncton Center App/Dep Con 123.7
Moncton/Greater Moncton Intl, NB (CYQM)
ATIS 128.65
App/Dep 124.4 Tower 120.8 236.6 Gnd Con 121.8 275.8
Apron Advisory 122.075
MontLaurier, QC (CSD4)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 126.57
Montreal Intl (Mirabel), QC (CYMX)
ATIS 125.7
Montreal Center App/ Dep Con 124.65 268.3
MF 119.1 (7 NM shape irregular to 2000) VFR Advisory 134.15
Montreal/Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl, QC (CYUL)
ATIS 133.7
Montreal Trml App Con 118.9 126.9 132.85 268.3
Tower 119.3 119.9 124.3 (old port) 267.1 Gnd Con 121.0 121.9 275.8
Clnc Del 125.6 Apron 122.075
Montreal Trml Dep Con 120.42 (SESSW) 124.65 (WNWNE) 268.3
VFR Advisory 134.15
Montreal/StHubert, QC (CYHU)
ATIS 124.9 (AprOct MonFri 10450500Z, AprOct SatSun 10450300Z,
NovMar MonFri 10450400Z, NovMar SatSun 10450100Z)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 125.15 268.3
St. Hubert Tower 118.4 (AprOct MonFri 10450500Z, AprOct SatSun
10450300Z, NovMar MonFri 10450400Z, NovMar SatSun 10450100Z)
Gnd Con 126.4 (AprOct MonFri 10450500Z, AprOct SatSun 10450300Z,
NovMar MonFri 10450400Z, NovMar SatSun 10450100Z) MF 118.4
(AprOct TuesSat 05001045Z, AprOct SunMon 03001045Z, NovMar
TuesSat 04001045Z, NovMar SunMon 01001045Z)
5 NM shape irregular to 2500) VFR Advisory 134.15

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

CHART & PANEL


H11B, L31D

L32G
H11C
L1E

L30F
H1D
L31E, L32F
L32J
H10G, 11B, L30G, 31D

L31C
L32G
L32G
H1D
L31D
H11E, L32J
H11E, L32J

L32G
H11C, 12K, L32G

H11C, 12K, L32G

H11C, L32G

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CANADA
FACILITY NAME
Muskoka, ON (CYQA)
Timmins Radio App/Dep Con 122.3
MF 122.3 (5 NM to 3900)
Nanaimo, BC (CYCD)
ATIS 128.425 (14000500Z)
Victoria Trml App/Dep 120.8 133.95 252.3 MF 122.1 291.8 13300530Z
(5 NM to 2500)
North Bay, ON (CYYB)
ATIS 124.9 (11300330Z)
Toronto Center App/Dep 121.225 127.25
MF 118.3 (11300330Z 7 NM to 5000)
Oshawa, ON (CYOO)
ATIS 125.675 (11300330Z)
Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 133.4
Tower 120.1 (11300330Z) Gnd Con 118.4
MF 120.1 (03301130Z 5 NM to 3000)
Ottawa/Carp, ON (CYRP)
ATIS 121.15
Ottawa Trml App/Dep Con 128.175
Ottawa/Gatineau, QC (CYND)
Ottawa Trml App/Dep Con 127.7 128.175
MF 122.3 (5 NM shape irregular to 2500)
VFR Advisory Ottawa Trml 127.7
Ottawa/MacDonaldCartier Intl, ON (CYOW)
ATIS 121.15
Ottawa App Con 135.15 Tower 118.8 (VFR South) 120.1 (VFR North) 118.8 341.3
Gnd Con 121.9 Clnc Del 119.4
Ottawa Dep Con 128.175
Owen Sound/Billy Bishop Rgnl, ON (CYOS)
Toronto Center App/Dep 132.575 290.6
Pelee Island, ON (CYPT)
Cleveland Center App/Dep Con 126.35 360.0
Pembroke, ON (CYTA)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 135.2
Petawawa Advisory 126.4 250.1 (MonFri 13002130Z, OT PPR)
Penticton, BC (CYYF)
Vancouver Center App/Dep Con 133.5 351.3 MF 118.5 (5 NM to 4100)
Peterborough, ON (CYPQ)
Toronto Center App/Dep 134.25
Pincher Creek, AB (CZPC)
Edmonton Center App/Dep Con 132.75 265.2
Pitt Meadows, BC (CYPK)
ATIS 125.0 (15000700Z)
UNICOM 123.35 (07001500Z)
Vancouver Center App Con 128.6 (Outer) 352.7
Pitt Tower 126.3 (15000700Z) Gnd Con 123.8
Vancouver Center Dep Con 132.3 (South) 363.8
MF 126.3 (07001500Z) (3NM to 2500)
Quebec/Jean Lesage Intl, QC (CYQB)
ATIS 134.6
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 124.0 127.85 135.025 270.9 322.8
Tower 118.65 236.6
Gnd Con 121.9 250.0
Riviere Du Loup, QC (CYRI)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 125.1 299.6
Rouyn Noranda, QC (CYUY)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 125.9
MF 122.2 (5 NM to 4000)
Saint John, NB (CYSJ)
Moncton Center App/Dep Con 124.3 135.5 270.8 MF 118.5 (5 NM to 3400)
Sarnia (Chris Hadfield), ON (CYZR)
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 134.375
Sault Ste Marie, ON (CYAM)
ATIS 133.05 (11300330Z)
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 132.65 344.5
Tower 118.8 (11300330Z) Gnd Con 121.7 (11300330Z)
MF 118.8 (03301130Z 5 NM irregular shape to 3000)
Sherbrooke, QC (CYSC)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 132.55 MF 123.5 (Ltd hrs 5 NM to 3800)
South Renfrew Muni, ON (CNP3)
Montreal Center App/Dep 124.275

NW, 18 SEP 2014 to 13 NOV 2014

CHART & PANEL


H11B, L31D
H1B, L1E

L31E

L31E

L31E, 32F
H11C, L32G

L11C

L31D
L30F
H11C, L31E, 32F
H1B
H11B, L31E, 32F
H1D
L1E

H11D, L32H

H11D
H11B
H11E, L32J
H10G, 11B, L30F
H2K, L31B

H11D, L32H
L31E, 32F

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CANADA

FACILITY NAME
Southport, MB (CYPG)
ATIS 120.85 (MonFri 14002300Z except holidays)
Tower 126.2 384.2 (MonFri 14002300Z except holidays)
Gnd Con 121.7 275.8
Springwater Barrie Airpark, ON (CNA3)
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 124.025
St. Catherines/Niagara District, ON (CYSN)
ATIS 128.525 (12150200Z)
Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 133.4
MF 123.25 (12150200Z 5 NM to 3300)
St. Frederic, QC (CSZ4)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 135.025 270.9
St. Georges, QC (CYSG)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 132.35
MF 122.15 (5 NM 3900 ASL)
St. Jean, QC (CYJN)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 125.15 268.3
Tower 118.2 (AprOct 12300230Z NovMar 13000200Z)
Gnd Con 121.7
Sudbury, ON (CYSB)
ATIS 127.4
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 135.5
MF 125.5 (7 NM to 4000) Clnc Del 121.8
Summerside, PE (CYSU)
Moncton Center App/Dep Con 124.4 384.8
Thunder Bay, ON (CYQT)
ATIS 128.8 (11000400Z)
Winnipeg Center App/Dep Con 132.125
Tower 118.1 (11000400Z) Gnd Con 121.9 (11000400Z)
App/Dep 119.2 MF 118.1 (04001100Z 5 NM to 4000)
Timmins/Victor M. Power, ON (CYTS)
ATIS 124.95 (10000500Z)
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 128.3 MF 122.3 (5 NM to 4000)
Toronto/Buttonville Muni, ON (CYKZ)
ATIS 127.1 (12000400Z)
Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 133.4
Tower 124.8 119.9 (12000400Z) Gnd Con 121.8 (12000400Z)
MF 124.8 (04001200Z No gnd station. 5 NM shape irregular to below 2500)
Toronto/Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, ON (CYTZ)
ATIS 133.6 (11300400Z)
App/Dep Con 133.4
Tower 118.2 119.2 (11300400Z) Gnd Con 121.7
Toronto/Lester B Pearson Intl, ON (CYYZ)
ATIS 120.825
App Con 132.8 124.475 125.4 Dep Con 127.575 128.8
Tower 118.35 118.7 Gnd Con 121.9 121.65 119.1
Clnc Del 121.3 (12000400Z) Apron Coordinator 122.875 (122.825)
Trenton, ON (CYTR)
ATIS 135.45 257.7
App/Dep Con 128.4 324.3 Tower 128.7 236.6 Gnd Con 121.9 275.8
Clnc Del 124.35 286.4
Trenton/Mountain View, ON (CPZ3)
Trenton Mil Advisory 268.0 or 122.35
TroisRivieres, QC (CYRQ)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 128.225
MF 123.0 (5 NM to 3200)
ValDor, QC (CYVO)
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 125.9 308.3
MF 118.5 (10300325Z 5 NM to 4000)
Vancouver Intl, BC (CYVR)
ATIS 124.6
App Con 128.6 128.17 (Outer) 133.1 134.225 (Inner) 352.7
Dep Con 126.125 (north) 132.3 (south) 363.8
Tower 118.7 (south) 119.55 (north)
VFR 124.0 125.65 226.5 236.6
Gnd Con 121.7 (south) 127.15 (north) 275.8 Clnc Del 121.4
Victoria Intl, BC (CYYJ)
ATIS 118.8 (14000800Z)
App Con 125.95 Dep Con 133.85
Tower 119.1 (Outer) 119.7 (Inner) 239.6
Gnd Con 121.9 361.4 (14000800Z OT ctc Kamloops 119.7)
Clnc Del 126.4 (14000800Z)

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CHART & PANEL


H2H

L31D
H10H, 11B, L31E

L32H
H32H, L11D
L32G

H31B, 10G, L31D

H11E, L32J
H2J, L14J

H11B
L31E

L31E

H11B, L31D

H11C, L31E, 32F

H11C, L31E, 32F


H11C, L32H
H11B
H1B, L1E

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CANADA
FACILITY NAME
Victoriaville, QC (CSR3)
Montreal Center App Con 132.35
Waterville/Kings Co Muni, NS (CCW3)
Greenwood Trml App/Dep Con 120.6 335.9
Greenwood Tower 119.5 324.3
Wiarton, ON (CYVV)
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 132.575
MF 122.2 (5 NM to 3700)
Windsor, ON (CYQG)
ATIS 134.5 (11300330Z)
Detroit App/Dep Con 126.85 127.5 134.3 348.3 363.2
Tower 124.7 (11300330Z) Gnd Con 121.7 (11300330Z)
MF 124.7 (03301130Z 6 NM irregular shape to below 3000)
VFR Advisory Detroit App Con 134.3
Yarmouth, NS (CYQI)
Moncton Center App/Dep Con 123.9 368.5 MF 123.0 (5 NM to 3100)

CHART & PANEL


L32H
L32J
H11B, L31D
H10G, L8J

H11E, L32I

MEXICO
FACILITY NAME
Abraham Gonzalez Intl/Ciudad Juarez Intl (MMCS/CJS)
Juarez App Con 119.9 Juarez Tower 118.9
Del Norte Intl (MMAN)
ATIS 127.55 (13000300Z)
Monterrey App 119.75 120.4 Tower 118.6 (13000600Z)
Gnd 122.0 (12000200Z) Clnc Del 122.0 (12000200Z)
Durango Intl (MMDO/DGO)
ATIS 132.1
Tower 118.1 Durango Info 122.3
General Abelardo L Rodriguez Intl/Tijuana Intl (MMTJ)
ATIS 127.9 (14000700Z)
Tijuana App Con 119.5 120.3 Tijuana Tower 118.1 Tijuana Clnc Del 122.35
Tijuana Info 132.1
General Lucio Blanco Intl/Reynosa Intl (MMRX)
Reynosa App Con 127.2 Reynosa Tower 118.8
General Mariano Escobedo Intl/Monterrey Intl (MMMY)
ATIS 127.7
Monterrey App Con 119.75 120.4 Monterrey Dep Con 119.75 Monterrey Tower 118.1
Monterrey Gnd 121.9
Monterrey Info 122.45
General R Fierro Villalobos Intl/Chihuahua Intl (MMCU)
ATIS 127.9
Chihuahua App Con 121.0 Chihuahua Tower 118.4
General Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada Intl (MMML)
ATIS 127.6
Mexicali App Con 118.2 Mexicali Tower 118.2
Mexicali Info 123.9 122.3
General Servando Canales Intl (MMMA)
Matamoros App Con 118.0 Matamoros Tower 118.0
Plan De Guadalupe Intl/Saltillo Intl (MMIO/SLW)
Saltillo App Con 127.4 Saltillo Tower 118.4
Quetzalcoatl Intl/Nuevo Laredo Intl (MMNL/NLD)
Nuevo Laredo App Con 118.3 Nuevo Laredo Tower 118.3
Torreon Intl (MMTC)
App Con 119.6 Tower 118.5 Info 122.3

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H4K, L6F
H7B, L20G

H7A
H4H, L4H

H7B, L20H
H7B, L20G

L6I
H4H, L4J, 5A

H7C, L21A
H7B
H7B, L20G
H7A

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AIRPORT DIAGRAMS

In support of the Federal Aviation Administrations Runway Incursion Program, selected towered airport diagrams have been published
in the Airport Diagram section of the A/FD. Diagrams will be listed alphabetically by associated city and airport name. Airport diagrams,
depicting runway and taxiway configurations, will assist both VFR and IFR pilots in ground taxi operations. The airport diagrams in this
publication are the same as those published in the U.S. Terminal Procedures Publications. For additional airport diagram legend
information see the U.S. Terminal Procedures Publication.
Airport Diagrams

NOTE: Some text data published under the individual airport in the front portion of the A/FD may be more current than the data
published on the Airport Diagrams. The airport diagrams are updated only when significant changes occur.

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312

AIRPORT DIAGRAMS
HOT SPOTS

An Airport surface hot spot is a location on an aerodrome movement area with a history or potential risk of collision or runway
incursion, and where heightened attention by pilots/drivers is necessary.
A hot spot is a runway safety related problem area on an airport that presents increased risk during surface operations. Typically it
is a complex or confusing taxiway/taxiway or taxiway/runway intersection. The area of increased risk has either a history of or
potential for runway incursions or surface incidents, due to a variety of causes, such as but not limited to: airport layout, traffic flow,
airport marking, signage and lighting, situational awareness, and training. Hot spots are depicted on airport diagrams as open circles
or polygons designated as HS 1, HS 2, etc. and tabulated in the list below with a brief description of each hot spot. Hot spots will
remain charted on airport diagrams until such time the increased risk has been reduced or eliminated.

CITY/AIRPORT

HOT SPOT

DESCRIPTION

IDAHO
BOISE
BOISE AIR TERMINAL/GOWEN FLD (BOI)

HS 1

Pilots departing Rwy 10L often miss the left turn on Twy
W and continue taxi on Twy J. Do not mistake Rwy 10L
apch sign for Rwy 10L entrance.

HAILEY
FRIEDMAN MEM (SUN)

HS 1

Possible confusion between ramp and Twy B due to large


paved area. ATC clearance is needed to enter movement
area.

HS 1

Pilots should use caution and look carefully for rwy hold
line when using Twy C. Rwy 1735 does not have rwy
edge markings and can be mistaken for a twy.
Acft departing Rwy 20 often miss left turn on A1 and taxi
past A1 entrance. Do not mistake Rwy 20 apch hold line
on Twy A for entrance to Rwy 20.
Do not cross hold line for Rwy 17 without authorization.
Pilots often line up for Rwy 17 when cleared to land Rwy
20. Rwy 20 and Rwy 17 apch ends in close proximity.
Check rwy alignment.

IDAHO FALLS
IDAHO FALLS RGNL (IDA)

HS 2

HS 3
HS 4

LEWISTON
LEWISTONNEZ PERCE CO (LWS)

HS 1
HS 2

TWIN FALLS
JOSLIN FLD MAGIC VALLEY RGNL (TWF)

HS 1

Twy C and Twy G intersection close proximity to Rwy


1230.
Multiple hold lines in close proximity between the rwys.
Pilots instructed to hold short of Rwy 30 on Twy G
sometimes miss the first hold line.
No signage for Twy A visible from FBO ramp. Left turn
required to reach Twy A. Pilots sometimes enter Rwy
1230 at Twy K when looking for Twy A.

MONTANA
BILLINGS
BILLINGS LOGAN INTL (BIL)

HS 1
HS 2

Twy H crosses Rwy 07 protected area. Do not proceed


across Rwy 07 without an ATCT clearance.
Complex intersection of Twy A, Twy C, ramp, and Rwy
10L28R. Large nonmovement area south of Twy A.

BOZEMAN
BOZEMAN YELLOWSTONE INTL (BZN)

HS 1

Pilots taxiing via Twy A to Rwy 30 for departure


sometimes fail to hold short of Rwy 0321.

BUTTE
BERT MOONEY (BTM)

HS 1

Rstd visibility between Rwy 33 and Rwy 30. Acft


departing/ldg may not see tfc on intersecting rwy.

GREAT FALLS
GREAT FALLS INTL (GTF)

HS 1

Acft departing Rwy 21 often miss left turn at Twy A1.


There is no rwy access beyond Twy A1.
Twy A3 aligned with Rwy 25. Acft departing Rwy 21 at
Twy A3 must verify heading prior to tkf due to wrong rwy
departure risk.

HS 2

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HOT SPOT

313
DESCRIPTION

OREGON
EUGENE
MAHLON SWEET FLD (EUG)

HS 1

Acft taxiing to Rwy 34L often miss right turn at Twy A8


or Twy A9. Do not mistake Rwy 34L apch hold sign on
Twy A south of Twy A9 for rwy entrance.

NORTH BEND
SOUTHWEST OREGON RGNL (OTH)

HS 1

Twy C crosses the north end of Rwy 1331. Pilots have


mistaken the rwy as part of the twy and taxied onto Rwy
1331 without clearance.

HS 1

The hold line for Rwy 29 extends across a portion of the


ramp and is approximately 360' long. The signs are
difficult to see from some spots on the ramp.

HS 1

Limited wingtip clearance at twy convergence point.


Pilots taxiing eastbound on Twy B should hold at the twy
holding position marking when directed by ATC.
Hold line for Rwy 0321 is on Twy K. Pilots should be
prepared to hold short of Rwy 21 on Twy K unless an
authorization to cross has been issued by ATC.

PENDLETON
EASTERN OREGON RGNL AT PENDLETON
(PDT)
PORTLAND
PORTLAND INTL (PDX)

HS 2

PORTLAND
PORTLANDHILLSBORO (HIO)

HS 1

Acft exiting Rwy 1331 at Twy A6 have only 90' of


clearance between Twy A centerline and holding position
markings.

REDMOND
ROBERTS FLD (RDM)

HS 1

Pilots eastbound on Twy G sometimes miss the turn onto


Twy F and cross the Rwy 0422 hold line.
Pilots eastbound on Twy C sometimes miss the turn onto
Twy F and cross the Rwy 0422 hold line.

HS 2
SALEM
MCNARY FLD (SLE)

HS 1

When the ATCT is clsd the rwy holding position marking


on the west side of Rwy 1634 is inside the protected
area for Rwy 1331. Pilots should not hold at this
position if other tfc is arriving or departing on Rwy
1331.

WASHINGTON
EVERETT
SNOHOMISH CO (PAINE FLD) (PAE)

HS 1

HS 2
HS 3
MOSES LAKE
GRANT CO INTL (MWH)

HS 1
HS 2

Pilots holding short of Rwy 1129 at Twy A5 or Twy A6


should use caution to stop prior to the rwy holding
position marking. Rwy hold position signs are located
230' to the right and 350' to the left of the Twy A5
centerline and may be difficult to locate.
Rwy 29 thld in close proximity to ramp areas.
Twy A between Twy A9 and Twy A10 not visible from
ATCT.
Unusual hold line location on Twy C, 1568' short of Rwy
18 Thld.
Rwy 0927 clsd except mil ops. Rwy 0927 has no rwy
markings and NSTD rwy lgts.

OLYMPIA
OLYMPIA RGNL (OLM)

HS 1

No rwy holding position signs for Rwy 826 on Rwy


1735.

PASCO
TRICITIES (PSC)

HS 1

Pilots ldg Rwy 30 should listen carefully to ATCT


instructions and be prepared to exit onto Rwy 03R21L
or Rwy 03L21R. Pilots often exit at the wrong rwy as
directions signs are not avbl.
Pilots sometimes cross Rwy 21L without authorization.
When twr is opr, ATC clearance is required to enter or
cross rwy.

HS 2

SEATTLE
BOEING FLD/KING CO INTL (BFI)

HS 1
HS 2

Twy Z restricted access area.


Rwy 13R31L and Twy A9. Wrong rwy departure risk.

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AIRPORT DIAGRAMS
CITY/AIRPORT

SEATTLE
SEATTLETACOMA INTL (SEA)

HOT SPOT

DESCRIPTION

HS 1

Acft ldg Rwy 34C and exiting Twy H who turn right on
Twy J must clear the Rwy 34C hold bar completely, while
using vigilance not to cross the hold bar for Rwy 34R
(34C34R hold bar separation distance 189').
Acft taxiing to Rwy 34C at Twy Q for departure
sometimes enter Rwy 34R without authorization after
reading back hold short instructions. Rwy 34R hold
position is only 275' from the ramp and movement area
boundary.
Acft exiting Rwy 34C at Twy F sometimes enter Rwy 34R
without authorization, taxi distance is very short and
pilots should use caution to stop at hold line unless
authorized to cross the rwy.

HS 2

HS 3

SPOKANE
FELTS FLD (SFF)

HS 1

Complex intersection of Twy A, Twy B, Twy C and ramp.


Rwy 04R APCH hold line in close proximity to ramp on
Twy C.

WALLA WALLA
WALLA WALLA RGNL (ALW)

HS 1

Wrong rwy departure risks exist when departing Rwy 20


or Rwy 25.
Pilots sometimes taxi past Twy A onto Rwy 0220
without permission. Twy A runs on north edge of ramp
prior to Twy B entrance to Rwy 0220.

HS 2

YAKIMA
YAKIMA AIR TERMINAL/MCALLISTER FLD
(YKM)

HS 1

Twy C, Twy B, and Rwy 22 complex intersection. Rwy


hold lines are at an unusual distance from rwy edge, rwy
markings not easily visible from hold line.

WYOMING
CASPER
CASPER/NATRONA CO INTL (CPR)

HS 1
HS 2

Wide Complex intersection including large paved area.


Rwy 26 and Rwy 21 wrong rwy departure risk.
Pilots sometimes taxi past Twy A onto Rwy 0321
without authorization. Twy A on edge of ramp with no
signage, and Twy A5 has direct access to Rwy from
ramp.

CHEYENNE
CHEYENNE RGNL/JERRY OLSON FLD (CYS)

HS 1

Confusing twy configuration. Twy A transitions to Twy B


and back to Twy A when taxiing to and from Rwy 1331.

JACKSON
JACKSON HOLE (JAC)

HS 1

There is no "Twy Edge" marking or lighting on East side of


Twy A adjacent to Deice Pad between Twy A2Twy A4.
Existing lighting is misleading to pilots.
Pilots ldg Rwy 19 fail to stop and have a tendency to taxi
into blast pad.

HS 2

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