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Minneapolis Terminal - expires January 3, 2019

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Whenever your personal piloting has you flying VFR in the Twin Cities, you owe it to yourself to make the FAA's full-color, highly detailed Minneapolis Terminal Area Chart (TAC) a "no-go" item in your flight bag. Although Sectional Charts are first-rate items for enroute navigation, TACs rule supreme when it comes to aviating safely in congested, Class Bravo airspace. TACs utilize a large (1:250,000; 3.43 nm per inch [1.35 nm per cm]) scale that allows them to depict additional landmarks, important altitudes, radio frequencies, and other noteworthy aeronautical data that's not feasible to include on sectionals. Additionally, several TACs feature VFR Flyway Planning Charts on the reverse side, which present flight paths and altitudes to help low, slow flyers steer clear of larger, quicker aircraft.

The Minneapolis TAC provides a detailed portrayal of the Class B airspace centered around the Minneapolis-St. Paul International/Wold-Chamberlain Airport (MSP). As with all TAC publications, this chart is revised on a 6-month cycle. An intuitive, affordable, detail-rich resource to bolster your situational awareness and operational safety while flying around The City of Lakes.
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