What sets Area Charts apart from conventional low enroute charts is their larger scale. The A-1 side portrays terminal airspace for Atlanta (1" = 6 NM); Detroit (1" = 5 NM); Jacksonville (1" = 6 NM); Miami (1" = 6 NM); Minneapolis/St. Paul (1" = 6 NM); St. Louis (1" = 6 NM); and Washington, D.C. (1" = 7 NM). The A-2 side depicts Chicago/Milwaukee (1" = 6 NM); Dallas/Fort Worth (1" = 6 NM); Denver (1" = 7 NM); Kansas City (1" = 5 NM); Los Angeles (1" = 5 NM); Phoenix (1" = 8.5 NM); and San Francisco (1" = 6 NM). Available both as a one-time purchase or as a subscription, this is an affordable, value-packed resource that should be a "no-go" item in every instrument-rated pilot's flight bag.
I've ordered this product twice now. The first time, I received an Alaska A-1 & A-2 chart and just thought I had ordered the wrong product. The second time, I received a South America A-1 & A-2 chart and asked for the correct US one and received it promptly. I like this company and I'm a happy customer but this seems to be an area where repeated mistakes are being made in filling the order and more care needs to be taken.