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Brownsville Sectional - expires August 16, 2018

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Pilots who fly in the vicinity of the Texas/Mexico border understand the importance of maintaining situational awareness at all times. Fortunately, the FAA's immensely popular series of Sectional Aeronautical Charts makes it easy for aviators to accurately and reliably navigate in the vicinity of the nation's southern border. These foldable, full-color charts are loaded with valuable aviation data including airport info (runway lengths, lighting, elevation, services available, surface type, etc.); airspace dimensions; VHF and LF/MF navigational facilities (frequency, ID, and channel); landmarks; cities & towns; elevation/topographic info; ATC entities and associated contact/radio frequencies; bodies of water; obstructions; and much, much more.

The Brownsville Sectional covers the airspace in the region of Mexico's border with the extreme southern portion of Texas. Uses the standard 1:500,000 (6.86 nm per inch; 2.70 nm per cm) scale characteristic of sectional charts. Updated every six months. An affordable, info-packed source of relevant FAA data that no pilot in the border region should ever fly without.
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