High Altitude Enroute Charts are used for aircraft navigation above 18,000 feet in the United States. The charts show the locations of radionavigations aids (VORs, etc.), airports, intersections, airways, etc. Unlike Sectional Charts, these charts do not show ground topographic and visual navigation features.
These charts have been merged together to create seamless coverage for the entire lower 48 United States and Alaska. Unfortunately, it does not look like I will be able to add the Caribbean, as those maps use an unknown projection system (if anyone happens to know how to georeference the Caribbean maps, let me know and I’ll add them).
These charts were purchased from the National Aeronautical Charting Office (NACO) and are NOT CURRENT. They are for simulation and entertainment purposes only!!