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CHAPTER SIX
ENROUTE LOW ALTITUDE AND AREA CHARTS
600. INTRODUCTION
This unit of instruction covers information concerning Enroute Low Altitude Charts which
include airspace up to, but not including, 18,000 feet MSL. These charts are designed for
preflight and in-flight use. The legend and proper use of the charts will be discussed in detail in
this unit.
References
FLIP Low Altitude Charts
FLIP Area Charts
601. LESSON TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Enabling Objectives
F .6.
Locate, interpret, and apply information on FLIP Enroute Low Altitude and Area Charts.
Enabling Steps
F.6.1 Recall information found in the legend.
F.6.2 Extract information on the Enroute Low Altitude Chart.
F.6.3 Extract information on the Area Chart.
Instructional Aids
FLIP Enroute Low Altitude Charts (LI7/L18)
FLIP Area Charts (Al/A2)
602. ENROUTE LOW ALTITUDE CHART
Conterminous United States low altitude airways coverage is provided by 28 charts. The
numbered tabs positioned along the fold of the charts serve a dual purpose. When the charts are
arranged in numerical sequence with the fold up, those missing are readily apparent. If properly
positioned, a desired chart can be quickly selected or refiled. L-27 and-L-28 cover areas of
dense traffic along the east coast and are available by order.
Each chart contains a graphic index of the entire series on the front panel, with its own outline
distinguished by a heavier line (Figure 6-1). Adjacent charts can be identified either by
reference to this index or to the overlap notes positioned around the margin of the chart itself.
ENROUTE LOW ALTITUDE AND AREA CHARTS
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