IFR enroute high altitude. U.S.

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate author / creator:United States. Federal Aviation Administration, cartographer.
Imprint:[Silver Spring, Md.] : Federal Aviation Administration, 2014-
Description:1 online resource (maps) : color.
Language:English
Series:United States government flight information publication
United States government flight information publication.
Subject:Instrument flying -- Charts, diagrams, etc. -- Periodicals.
Aeronautical charts -- United States -- Periodicals.
Aeronautical charts.
Instrument flying.
United States.
Charts, diagrams, etc.
Periodicals.
Cartographic data:Scale 1:1,458,268. 1" = 20 nm.
Format: E-Resource Map U.S. Federal Government Document
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11547409
Related Items:Other relationship: Notices to airmen (Online)
Consult Notices to airmen, NOTAMs, for latest information.
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Varying Form of Title:Instrument flight rules enroute high altitude. United States
IFR enroute high altitude. US
Frequency:Issued every 8 weeks
Date / volume:Began with April 3, 2014?
Notes:"Published in accordance with Inter-agency Air Cartographic Committee specifications and agreements."
Includes location map of area charts.
Each issue consists of 12 charts designated H-1 through H-12.
Chart becomes obsolete for use upon publication of next issue.
Consult Notices to airmen, NOTAMs, for latest information.
Description based on: Effective 0901Z 17 Aug 2017 to 0901Z 12 Oct 2017 ; title from PDF title page (FAA, viewed Sept. 13, 2017).
Latest issue consulted: Effective 0901Z 17 Aug 2017 to 0901Z 12 Oct 2017 (viewed Sept. 13, 2017).
Other form:Print version: IFR enroute high altitude. U.S
GPO item no.:0982-L-20 (online)
Govt.docs classification:TD 4.79/17: