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New York Terminal - expires November 8, 2018

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Don't even think about flying VFR around The Big Apple without the FAA's New York Terminal Area Chart (TAC) front and center at all times. Often touted as the busiest airspace in the world, the Class B complex surrounding the New York megalopolis can easily confuse and overwhelm even seasoned, big city VFR aviators. Fortunately, the New York TAC can help you sort through the madness by pointing out the VFR-friendly areas that will help you still clear of the heavy jets constantly operating in the area.

Like all TACs, this chart utilizes a large (1:250,000; 3.43 nm per inch [1.35 nm per cm]) scale that allows it to portray additional landmarks, important altitudes, radio frequencies, and other noteworthy aeronautical data that's not feasible to include on sectionals. The chart focuses on the Class Bravo area that encompasses the area's "Big Three" commercial aerodromes: Newark (EWR), Kennedy (JFK), and La Guardia (LGA), as well as the numerous satellite airfields in the vicinity. As with all TAC publications, this chart is updated on a 6-month cycle. An affordable, extremely valuable resource that no New York City area aviator should ever operate without.
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