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A New Version of US Aviation Topographic Atlas Available

Last updated Mon, 25 Mar 2019 15:48:49 GMT
Originally posted on Sat, 29 Sep 2012 23:00:00 GMT

A new version of the US Aviation Topographic Atlas, which contains full color and full-scale replica of FAA World Aeronautical Charts (WACs) for the United States, is now available. 

The atlas has a separate section with all 30 Class B airspace and 130 Class C airspace charts, reproduced from FAA/NACO Sectional charts, and organized alphabetically by city.

Key benefits of owning this first full-color, full-scale bound aviation topographical atlas are:

  • The atlas contains all WACs for 48 states as well as Bahamas and Baja
  • The atlas has all 30 B/Space and 130+ C/Space areas
  • The user gets a wider area of coverage for less

On the first page of the Topographic Atlas, there is a useful key chart to help you locate a particular chart. Each chart is numbered and there are reference numbers on each chart, showing which chart you need to go to if you were flying south, north etc. The atlas is very easy to use.

The clarity and color reproduction of the charts in the Atlas is similar to the FAA/NACO originals. If you were to purchase all of the charts contained in the Atlas, you would have to spend more than $400. The price for the US Aviation Topographic Atlas is $99.

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