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CHAPTER FIVE
FLIGHT TRAINING PUBLICATION (FLIP) STUDENT GUIDE
502. IFR ENROUTE HIGH ALTITUDE CHART
Front Panel
Figure 5-1 is a view of the front panel of your Enroute High Altitude Charts. Notice the arrows
in each corner give you a convenient reference as to which side of the sheet your desired chart is
printed. The most important information on the panel is the date the chart becomes effective and
when it expires. Never conduct IFR operations with an invalid chart. Major changes to the
airway structure and procedures are scheduled by the FAA to coincide with the 56-day chart
revision cycle. NOTAMS should be consulted for minor changes, which occur during the
period.
A listing of Prohibited, Restricted, and Warning Areas depicted on the charts begins on the front
panel. The information for each area repeats the most important parts of the AP/1A entry:
effective altitude, times used, and controlling agency. On the charts, Special Use Airspace is
shown only by an outline of the area and its identification; further information, if required in
flight, can be obtained from the front/rear panels. Only Special Use Airspace in the High
Altitude Structure (i.e., 18,000 feet MSL and above) is depicted on the High Charts (Figure 5-1).
5-2
ENROUTE HIGH ALTITUDE CHART


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