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The increased use of RNAV and GPS coupled with the advent of ACAS has made more direct routing possible resul-ting in a savings of time and fuel and more efficient utilization of airspace. This has begun the move away from flying along established airways creating the “Free Flight” concept where aircraft are cleared direct to their destinations.
The first Atlas designed for pilots allows you to see immediately where you are in relation to the airways structure, airports and objects on the ground. The carto-graphy includes mountain ranges, lakes, rivers, major highways, railways, cities and towns. To this we have added over 6,000 airports, color coded by runway length / surface and airfield type. Points of interest or historical value are also indicated.
Further there are navigational aids (VOR/DME, ADF), waypoints, VOLMET frequencies and restricted airspace shown.
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