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Are the right charts in your flight bag?Are the right charts in your flight bag?

Are the right charts in your flight bag?

By AOPA ePublishing staff

IFR en route low altitude charts will be changing on Oct. 25 because the FAA wants to reduce chart clutter and provide better chart resolution.

Eight new charts will be added to the existing 28, and all of the charts will be renumbered. [ View image of new charting areas.]

The FAA National Aeronautical Charting Office has assured AOPA that current subscribers of the en route low altitude charts will continue to receive all charts required to cover their subscription area, with no additional charges, until their subscription expires. Upon expiration, subscribers must update their chart coverage to reflect the new configuration.

October 22, 2007

AOPA ePublishing staff

AOPA ePublishing Staff editors are experienced pilots, flight instructors, and aircraft owners who have a passion for bringing you the latest news and AOPA announcements.

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