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T-45C TS INav-01
Review of FLIP and FAA Publications
And those that provide Transcribed Weather Broadcasts
(TWEB) are indicated by a “T” in a black circle in the upper
WILSON CREEK T
right corner.
116.3 ILC 110
N38 15.01'
W114 23.66'
STANDARD LOW
ALTITUDE SERVICE VOLUME
40 nmi
Most air navigation radio aids
18,000 ft.
STANDARD HIGH
which provide positive course
ALTITUDE SERVICE VOLUME
guidance have a designated
100 nmi
standard service volume (SSV).
60,000 ft.
The SSV defines the reception
130 nmi
1,000 ft.
limits of unrestricted NAVAIDs
45,000 ft.
which are usable for random/
NOTE: All elevators shown are with respect
unpublished route navigation.
to the station's site elevation (AGL).
Coverage is not available in a cone of
18,000 ft.
airspace directly above the facility.
Standard service volume
limitations do not apply to
14,500 ft.
STANDARD TERMINAL
SERVICE VOLUME
published IFR routes or
procedures.
25 nmi
40 nmi
1,000 ft.
12,000 ft.
1,000 ft.
Preferred single-direction jet routes are established for an orderly and expeditious flow of traffic during
peak traffic periods and/or in high density areas of the country. Those jet routes should be filed only for
the indicated direction of flight during the effective hours indicated adjacent to the jet route identifier.
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