FAA Enroute Low US L23/24 - 5/16/24 thru 7/11/24

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Instrument-rated pilots who operate in coastal areas understand the importance of precise navigation and situational awareness at all times. For low-altitude IFR ops in the Southeast, the FAA's L-23 & L-24 Enroute Low Altitude Chart is a must-have resource to ensure safety of flight. Designed for navigational use up to (but not including) 18,000 feet, this 4-color chart depicts such need-to-know info as Victor Airways, navigational fixes, ATC reporting points, military training routes (MTRs), RNAV routes, special use airspace, controlled airspace boundaries, VHF navigational facilities (frequency, ID, geographic coordinates, and channel), and much more critical flight data.

The L-23 & L-24 chart covers much of the Southeast coastal region, including the majority of Florida (minus the Panhandle), much of GA and SC, and even a sliver of NC. Also includes an inset for the Wilmington-Bimini areas on the L-23 side. Low-altitude chart scales vary from 5 to 20 nm per inch. Published on the FAA's standard 56-day cycle. 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 for every IFR flight in Southeast coastal region.