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IFR AERONAUTICAL CHART SYMBOLS

IFR Enroute Low/High Altitude (U.S. & Alaska Charts)


AIRPORTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
AIRSPACE INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
NAVIGATIONAL AND PROCEDURAL INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
CULTURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
HYDROGRAPHY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
TOPOGRAPHY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Oceanic Route Charts


North Atlantic and North Pacific Route Charts
AIRPORTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
AIRSPACE INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
NAVIGATIONAL AND PROCEDURAL INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
CULTURAL BOUNDARIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
HYDROGRAPHY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

GENERAL INFORMATION
Symbols shown are for the Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) Enroute Low and High Altitude Charts.
43 IFR ENROUTE LOW/HIGH ALTITUDE U.S. & ALASKA CHARTS
AIRPORTS AIRPORTS

AIRPORT DATA CIVIL


IFR ENROUTE LOW/ LOW/HIGH ALTITUDE
HIGH ALTITUDE Airports/Seaplane bases shown in BLUE and GREEN
CHARTS have an approved Instrument Approach Procedure
published. Those in BLUE have an approved DoD
AERONAUTICAL Instrument Approach Procedure and/or DoD RADAR
INFORMATION MINIMA published in DoD FLIPS or FAA TPP. CIVIL AND
Airports/Seaplane bases shown in BROWN do not MILITARY
have a published Instrument Approach Procedure.

All IAP Airports are shown on the Low Altituide


Charts.
Non-IAP Airports shown on the U.S. Low Altitude MILITARY
Charts have a minimum hard surface runway of
3000'.
Non-IAP Airports shown on the Alaska Low
Altitude Charts have a minimum hard or soft
surface runway of 3000'.
Airports shown on the U.S. High Altitude Charts
have a minimum hard surface runway of 5000'. SEAPLANE -
Airports shown on the Alaska High Altitude CIVIL
Charts have a minimum hard or soft surface
runway of 4000'.
Associated city names for public airports are
shown above or preceding the airport name. If
airport name and city name are the same, only
the airport name is shown. City names for
HELIPORT
military and private airports are not shown.
The airport identifier in parentheses follows the
airport name or Pvt.
Airport symbol may be offset for enroute
navigational aids.
Pvt - Private Use

AIRPORT DATA
DEPICTION LOW ALTITUDE - U.S.& ALASKA
Associated Airport Part-time or established
City Name Identifier by NOTAM. See A/G
Airport tabulation for times of
Name operation.
In Alaska see Supplement
MARTINSBURG Alaska
Airport Eastern WV Rgnl (MRB)
Elevation Longest runway length to
nearest 100 feet with 70
Automatic feet as the dividing point
Terminal (add 00)
Information Part-time Frequency s indicates soft surface
Service

1. Airport elevation given in feet above or below mean


sea level.
2. Pvt - Private use, not available to general public.
3. A solid line box enclosing the airport name indicates
FAR 93 Special Requirements- see Directory/Supplement
4. "NO SVFR" above the airport name indicates FAR 91
fixed-wing special VFR flight is prohibited
5. or following the airport name indicates Class C or
Class D Airspace.
6. There is no A/G tabulation on Alaska Low Altitude
Charts.
7. Airport symbol may be offset for enroute navigational
aids.
8. Associated city names for public airports are shown
above or preceding the airport name. If airport name and
city name are the same, only the airport name is shown.
The airport identifier in parentheses follows the airport
name. City names for military and private airports are not
shown.

HIG H ALTITUDE - U.S.


Airport
Associa ted Identifier
C ity N a me
SIO U X C ITY
Joe Foss Fld (FSD)
Airport
N a me

HIGH ALTITUDE - ALASKA

Airport Associa ted


G ALEN A C ity N a me
N a me
Edwa rd G
Pitka Sr (G AL) Airport
Airport Identifier
Eleva tion 15 72s

Longest runwa y
length to nea rest 100
feet with 70 feet a s
the dividing point
(a dd 00)
s indica tes soft
IFR ENROUTE LOW/HIGH ALTITUDE U.S. & ALASKA CHARTS 44
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION
VHF NAVIGATION and
OMNIDIRECTIONAL COMMUNICATION
RADIO RANGE BOXES
(VOR)
DISTANCE
MEASURING
EQUIPMENT (DME)
TACTICAL
AIR
NAVIGATION
(TACAN)

NON-DIRECTIONAL
RADIO BEACON
(NDB)
MARINE
RADIO BEACON
(RBN)

COMPASS
LOCATOR
BEACON

ILS LOCALIZER

VOR/DME RNAV
WAYPOINT DATA

RNAV
WAYPOINT
45 IFR ENROUTE LOW/HIGH ALTITUDE U.S. & ALASKA CHARTS
AIRSPACE INFORMATION AIRSPACE INFORMATION
LOW ALTITUDE MILITARY
AIRWAYS LOW/HIGH ALTITUDE TRAINING
VHF / UHF Data is depited in Black ROUTES (MTR)
HIGH ALTITUDE LF / MF Data is depicted in Brown
RNAV Route data is depicted in Blue
ROUTES

VOR Airway /
V4 J4 Jet Route

LF /MF Airway

Uncontrolled LF MF
Airway

FIXES/ATC REPORT-
Oceanic Route ING REQUIREMENTS LOW/HIGH ALTITUDE

Fix-Compulsory
ATS Route Position Report
Coordinates are shown
Low Altitude RNAV Route for compulsory, offshore
T000 GNSS Required and holding fixes
Fix-Non-Compulsory
Position Report

HIGH ALTITUDE
Waypoint Magnetic RNAV Waypoint
Reference Compulsory Report
MEA - 23000G Bearing
154
Q7 RNAV Route RNAV Waypoint Non-
300 Compulsory Report

Off-set arrows indicate


MEA - 27000 facility forming a fix
MEA - 23000G
(airway away from
J12 Q7 VHF/UHF, toward
300 LF/MF NAVAID)
Joint Jet/RNAV Route

SINGLE
DIRECTION 1000-0600Z 1300-0600Z TACTICAL AIR
ROUTES V 193 Q11 NAVIGATION
Other times routes revert to bi-directional
(TACAN)
FIX - ALASKA

RADIALS
AND
BEARINGS
All radials and bearings
DIRECTION OF are magnetic
FLIGHT INDICATOR
FACILITY
SUBSTITUTE LOCATORS
ROUTE

MILEAGES
UNUSABLE
ROUTE Total Mileage between
Compulsory Reporting
Points and/or NAVAIDs

Mileage between other


Fixes, NAVAIDs and/or
BY-PASS Mileage Breakdown
ROUTE All Mileages are
Nautical (NM) Mileage Breakdown or
Computer Navigation Fix
(CNF)(no ATC function)

(RCRCP) Five-letter identifier in


parenthesis indicates CNF
with no ATC function
AIRWAY
RESTRICTION
DISTANCE
MEASURING
EQUIPMENT (DME)
FIX
V4
IFR ENROUTE LOW/HIGH ALTITUDE U.S. & ALASKA CHARTS 46
AIRSPACE INFORMATION AIRSPACE INFORMATION
MINIMUM AIR
ENROUTE DEFENSE
ALTITUDE (MEA) 3500 RN AV/G PS MEA IDENTIFICATION
3000G 3500
V4 A0 ZONE (ADIZ)
All Altitudes Are MSL
Unless Otherwise Noted 5500 5500
3500 3500
V4 A0

AIR
ROUTE
TRAFFIC
J4
CONTROL
CENTER (ARTCC)
MINIMUM
ENROUTE
MEA is established when
ALTITUDE (MEA) V4 there is a gap in navigation
GAP signal coverage

MAXIMUM AIR TRAFFIC


AUTHORIZED SERVICE
ALTITUDE (MAA) IDENTIFICATION
V4
DATA
All Altitudes Are MSL
Unless Otherwise
Noted
J4

MINIMUM ALTIMETER
OBSTRUCTION SETTING
CLEARANCE 5500 5500 CHANGE
*3500 *3500
ALTITUDE (MOCA) V4
7000G
All Altitudes Are MSL *6300
Unless Otherwise T266
FLIGHT
Noted 112 INFORMATION
REGIONS (FIR)
CHANGEOVER
POINT

ALTITUDE
CHANGE
CONTROL
AREAS (CTA)

MINIMUM
CROSSING
ALTITUDE (MCA)
NEHER DIGGS T244 UPPER
V6 4000SW V6 4000SW GRANT 7400SE
INFORMATION
REGIONS (UIR)
MINIMUM
RECEPTION UPPER
ALTITUDE (MRA) CONTROL AREAS
(UTA)
COPEL SHIMY

HOLDING
PATTERNS
ADDITIONAL
V4 CONTROL
AREAS
47 IFR ENROUTE LOW/HIGH ALTITUDE U.S. & ALASKA CHARTS
AIRSPACE INFORMATION AIRSPACE INFORMATION
OFF ROUTE CONTROLLED
OBSTRUCTION AIRSPACE
CLEARANCE
ALTITUDE
(OROCA)

O RO C A is computed similarly to the Ma ximun


Elevation Figure (MEF) found on Visual cha rts except
tha t it provides an additional vertical buffer of 1,000
feet in designated non-mountainous areas a nd a
2,000 foot vertical buffer in designated mounta inous
areas within the United States.

SPECIAL USE
AIRSPACE
P - Prohibited Area
R - Restricted Area
W - Warning Area

Low Only
A - Alert Area

Canada Only
CYR - Restricted Area
CYD - Danger Area
CYA - Advisory Area

Caribbean Only
D - Danger Area

In the Caribbean, the first 2 letters represent the


country code, i.e. MY: Bahamas, MU: Cuba

EXCLUSION AREA
AND NOTE

Internal lines delimit


separation of the same
Special Use Areas or
Exclusion Areas

SEE AIRSPACE TABULATION ON EACH CHART


FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ON:
AREA IDENTIFICATION
EFFECTIVE ALTITUDE
OPERATING TIME
CONTROLLING AGENCY VOICE CALL

SPECIAL USE
AIRSPACE
Continued
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AIRSPACE INFORMATION NAVIGATIONAL AND PROCEDURAL INFORMATION
CONTROLLED ISOGONIC LINE
AIRSPACE AND VALUE

TIME ZONE

ENLARGEMENT
AREA
CONTROLLED
AIRSPACE
Canada Only

MATCH MARK

UNCONTROLLED
AIRSPACE

CANADIAN AIRSPACE
Appropriate notes as
required may be
shown.

AIRSPACE OUTSIDE
OF U.S.
Other than Canada
Appropriate notes as
required may be
shown.
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NAVIGATIONAL AND PROCEDURAL INFORMATION NAVIGATIONAL AND PROCEDURAL INFORMATION
CRUISING NOTES
ALTITUDES
U.S. only

MORSE CODE

CULTURE
BOUNDARIES
CULTURE &
HYDROGRAPHY
International

U.S. /Russia
Maritime Line

Date Line

HYDROGRAPHY
SHORELINE

TOPOGRAPHY
TERRAIN

Area Charts
OCEANIC ROUTE CHARTS - Aeronautical Information 50
AIRPORTS AIRSPACE INFORMATION

AIRPORT DATA AIR DEFENSE


IDENTIFICATION
ZONE (ADIZ)
LANDPLANE-CIVIL
Refueling and repair
facilities for normal AIR ROUTE
traffic. TRAFFIC CONTROL
CENTER (ARTCC)
LANDPLANE-CIVIL
AND MILITARY FLIGHT
Refueling and repair INFORMATION
facilities for normal REGIONS (FIR)
traffic. and/or (CTA)

LANDPLANE-
MILITARY UPPER
Refueling and repair INFORMATION
facilities for normal REGIONS (UIR)
traffic.
UPPER CONTROL
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION AREAS (UTA)

VHF OCEANIC CONTROL


OMNIDIRECTIONAL AREAS (OCA)
RADIO RANGE and /or (CTA /FIR)
(VOR)
DISTANCE
MEASURING
EQUIPMENT ADDITIONAL
(DME) OCEANIC CONTROL
AREAS
TACTICAL AIR
NAVIGATION (TACAN) Note: Limits not
shown when coinci-
NON-DIRECTIONAL dent with Warning
Areas.
RADIO BEACON
(NDB) BUFFER ZONE
DISTANCE
MEASURING
EQUIPMENT
(DME) NON-FREE
FLYING ZONE
IDENTIFICATION BOX
OCEANIC ROUTE
CHARTS NORTH ATLANTIC /
MINIMUM
NAVIGATION
PERFORMANCE
SPECIFICATIONS
(NAT/MNPS)

REPORTING
POINTS
AIRSPACE INFORMATION
AIR TRAFFIC SER-
VICE (ATS) OCEANIC
ROUTES SPECIAL USE
AIRSPACE
Note: Mileages are Warning Area
Nautical (NM)

ATS SINGLE DIREC- Special Use


TION ROUTE
12 Mile Limit
AERIAL
REFUELING UNCONTROLLED
TRACKS AIRSPACE
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NAVIGATIONAL AND PROCEDURAL INFORMATION CULTURAL BOUNDARIES
MILEAGE CIRCLES INTERNATIONAL

Note: Mileages are MARITIME


Nautical (NM)

Time Zone DATE LINE


Note: All time is
Coordinated Uni-
versal (Standard)
Time (UTC)

Overlap Marks

NPRC Only

COMPASS ROSE

Note: Compass
Roses oriented to
Magnetic North

HYDROGRAPHY
SHORELINES

NOTES
WARNING