The L-33 & L-34 chart covers what's considered by many to be the most congested airspace in the world, including portions of NY, MA, CT, RI, PA, MD, DE, VA, and the District of Columbia; notably the Class Bravo airspace around Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. The L-34 side also features a Boston-Yarmouth inset. Low-altitude chart scales vary from 5 to 20 nm per inch. Revised on the FAA's standard 56-day cycle. For your convenience, we offer this chart both as a one-time purchase and as an ongoing subscription. A mandatory piece of IFR navigational info to help you stay safe and situationally aware whenever you take to the crowded New England skies.
FAA Enroute Low US L33/34 - 12-05-19 - 01-30-20
Great Chart was purchased for IFR check Ride.
IFR Low Altitude Chart
Arrived by USPS mail 3 days before chart effective date.