FAA Green Bay Sectional - 5/16/24 thru 7/11/24

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For pilots who aviate in the Great Lakes region - including near the US/Canada border, the FAA's Green Bay Sectional Aeronautical Chart is a reliable source of aeronautical navigation data that should used by every pilot who operates in the area. Like all charts in the FAA's immensely popular sectional series, the Green Bay Sectional provides a wealth of need-to-know aviation info that helps pilots maintain their situational awareness from takeoff to touchdown. Among its contents, this foldable, full-color chart is 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 Green Bay Sectional covers the airspace over much of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, including the US/Canada border region as well as a sliver of Eastern Minnesota. 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. A low-cost, info-packed source of relevant FAA data that no Great Lakes area aviator should ever fly without.