Aeronautical Terminal Procedure Diagrams

Database of approximately 15,000 Aeronautical Terminal Procedure Charts for the United States. These charts consist of Airport Diagrams, Instrument Approach (IAP) Diagrams, Arrival (STAR) Diagrams, and Departure (DP) Diagrams for large and medium sized airports in the US and its territories. These diagrams provide standard procedures for navigating to and from the airports.

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Low Altitude Enroute Charts

Low Altitude Enroute Charts are used for aircraft navigation below 18,000 feet in the United States. The charts show the locations of radionavigations aids (VORs, etc.), airports, intersections, airways, etc. Unlike Sectional, these charts do not show ground topographic and visual navigation features.

The charts have been merged together to create seamless coverage [...]

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High Altitude Enroute Charts

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 [...]

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Aero Charts

This collection contains all of the Aeronautical Sectional and Terminal Area Charts for the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii. Also included are 3D Airspace Polygons created by Lloyd Bailey, and Flyway maps for 19 major cities. The maps have been merged together to form one large mosaic. The Legends are available by clicking [...]

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Phoenix Arizona Aeronautical Chart, 1948

Aeronautical chart of the Phoenix, Arizona area produced by the US Air Force in 1948

Credits

Google Earth Library

NOAA Historical Map and Chart Project

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