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H-9 and H-10 High Alt - 07-19-2018 - 09-13-2018

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Whether you prefer the lower flight levels or tend to aviate in the stratosphere, the FAA's H-9/H-10 Enroute High Altitude Chart is a "no-go" item for each and every flight in the Mid-Atlantic states. This four-color FAA publication brings users loads of need-to-know navigational data pertinent to flight at & above 18,000 feet, including VHF navigational facilities (frequency, ID, geographic coordinates, and channel), Jet Routes, RNAV Q-Routes, IFR reporting points, select airports, and much more vital aeronautical info for safe operations in the Class Alpha airspace of the Eastern US states.

The H-9 and H-10 chart covers much of the Eastern Seaboard, including portions of AL, GA, NC, SC, KY, TN, IN, OH, MI, WV, VA, PA, NY, MD, DE, the District of Columbia, NJ, MA, CT, and RI. Like all High Altitude charts for the 48 Contiguous States, the H-9/H-10 uses a scale of 20 nm per inch and is published on the FAA's standard 56-day cycle. We currently offer this chart as both a one-time purchase and as a subscription. The perfect blend of cost, utility, and value that Class A aviators everywhere are sure to appreciate.
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