November 4, 2010
AOPA ePublishing staff
Pilots using Jeppesen NavData cycle 1011 should take note that the boundaries displayed for Chicago’s Class B airspace are not correct. The Chicago Class B airspace changed Oct. 21, but the updates were not included. Jeppesen has published an alert that contains the corrected Class B boundaries.
According to Jeppesen, the Chicago Class B boundaries should be corrected with NavData cycle 1012, which is scheduled to be released Nov. 18.
AOPA Internet Flight Planner uses Jeppesen data, and AOPA has placed an alert, “KORD airspace incorrect,” on the tool to notify members. It will be corrected when NavData cycle 1012 is issued.
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