ENROUTE HIGH ALTITUDE CHART
This unit of instruction introduces information concerning Enroute High Altitude Charts which
cover the airspace at and above 18,000 feet MSL. This information is provided on six separate
charts with the scale of each printed along the upper and lower borders of the individual chart.
The charts are published every eight weeks to coincide with the Instrument Approach
Procedures. The legend tells everything about the chart which is broken into four sections:
Radio Aids to Navigation;
Air Traffic Services and Airspace Information; and
Special Use Airspace.
By using the legend along with the charts, aircrews have a road map of the sky to guide them
accurately and safely to their destination.
This unit interfaces with all flights at VT-10/4. The final performance check will be the end-of-
FLIP Enroute High Altitude Charts
501. LESSON TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Locate, interpret, and apply information in FLIP IFR Enroute High Altitude Chart.
F.5.1 Recall information found on the legend.
F.5.2 Extract information found on the High Altitude Enroute Chart.
FLIP Enroute High Altitude Charts (H-5/H-6)
ENROUTE HIGH ALTITUDE CHART 5-1