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ATB18-1. OBJECTIVE(S) Given aeronautical charts and an airport facility directory, on an End-of-Lesson Test, and in accordance with the AIM, FAA Order.

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1 ATB18-1

2 OBJECTIVE(S) Given aeronautical charts and an airport facility directory, on an End-of-Lesson Test, and in accordance with the AIM, FAA Order , and chart/directory legends, you will identify the purpose, contents, and specific items and information (e.g., NAVAIDs, airport elevation, etc.) of: 1.Sectional Aeronautical Charts. 2.VFR Terminal Area Charts. 3.World Aeronautical Charts. 4.Airport/Facility Directory. ATB18-2

3 SECTIONAL CHARTS ATB18-3

4 PUBLICATION INFORMATION DALLAS-FT WORTH SECTIONAL AERONAUTICAL CHART SCALE 1:500,000 Lambert Conformal Conic Projection Standard parallels 33°20’ and 38°40’ Horizontal Datum: North American Datum of 1983 (World Geodetic System 1984) TH EDITION March 26, 1998 Includes airspace amendments effective February 26, 1998 and other aeronautical data received by January 29, 1998 Information on this chart will change; consolidated updates of chart changes are available every 56 days in the AIRPORT / FACILITY DIRECTORY (A/FD). Also consult appropriate NOTICES TO AIRMEN (NOTAMs) and other FLIGHT INFORMATION PUBLICATIONS (FLIPs) for the latest changes. This chart will become OBSOLETE FOR USE IN NAVIGATION upon publication of the next edition scheduled for October 8, 1998 PUBLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH INTERAGENCY AIR CARTOGRAPHIC COMMITTEE SPECIFICATION AND AGREEMENTS, APPROVED BY DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE * FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION * DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 60 NORTH SOUTH ATB18-4

5 GEOGRAPHICAL AREA PRESENTATION ATB18-5

6 MAXIMUM ELEVATION FIGURES ATTENTION THIS CHART CONTAINS MAXIMUM ELEVATION FIGURES (MEF). The Maximum Elevation Figures shown in quadrangles bounded by ticked lines of latitude and longitude are represented in THOUSANDS and HUNDREDS of feet above mean sea level. The MEF is based on information available concerning the highest known feature in each quadrangle, including terrain and obstructions (trees, towers, antennas, etc.). Example: 12,500 feet…… ATB18-6

7 HIGHEST TERRAIN AND CONTOUR INFORMATION CONTOUR INTERVAL 500 feet 500 HIGHEST TERRAIN elevation is 3818 feet located at 34°52’N - 101°59’W Critical Elevation  4254 Approximate Elevation X 3200 Doubtful locations are indicated by omission of the point locator (dot or ”x”) Sea Level ATB18-7

8 RESPONSE ITEM MEFs depict the elevation of the highest A.topographical feature on the chart. B.known feature within each section of the chart. C.elevation rounded up to the next 1,000 feet. B.known feature within each section of the chart. ATB18-8

9 CHART LEGEND ATB18-9

10 AIRPORTS Other than hard-surfaced runways Seaplane Base Hard-surfaced runways 1500 ft. to 8069 ft. in length Hard-surfaced runways greater than 8069 ft. or some multiple runways less than 8069 ft. Open dot within hard-surfaced runway configuration indicates approximate VOR, VOR-DME, or VORTAC location All recognizable hard-surfaced runways, including those closed, are shown for visual identification. Airports may be public or private. ATB18-10A Airports having Control Towers are shown in Blue, all others in Magenta. Consult Airport/Facility Directory (A/FD) for details involving airport lighting, navigation aids, and services. For additional symbol information refer to the Chart User’s Guide.

11 ADDITIONAL AIRPORT INFORMATION Private “(Pvt)” -Non-public use having emergency or landmark value. Military -Other than hard-surfaced. All military airports are identified by abbreviations AFB, NAS, AAF, etc. For complete airport information consult DOD FLIP. R H UF Heliport- Selected Public UnverifiedAbandoned - paved, having landmark value, 3000 ft. or greater Ultralight Flight Park Selected Services - fuel available and field tended during normal working hours depicted by use of ticks around basic airport symbol. (Normal working hours are Mon thru Fri 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. local time). Consult A/FD for service availability at airports with hard-surfaced runways greater than 8069 ft. Rotating airport beacon in operation Sunset to Sunrise. ATB18-10B

12 AIRPORT DATA Box indicates F.A.R. 93 Special Air Traffic Rules & Airport Traffic Patterns Airport Surveillance Radar FSS NO SVFR NAME (NAM) CT  ATIS L VFR Advsy Airport of Entry F.A.R. 91 Location Identifier UNICOM ATB18-11 FSS - Flight Service Station NO SVFR - Fixed-wing special VFR flight is prohibited. CT Control Tower (CT) - primary frequency NFCT - Non-Federal Control Tower  - Star indicates operation part-time (see tower frequencies tabulation for hours of operation). - Indicates Common Traffic Advisory Frequencies (CTAF) ATIS Automatic Terminal Information Service ASOS/AWOS Automated Surface Weather Observing Systems. NDBs broadcasting ASOS/AWOS data may not be located at the airport. UNICOM - Aeronautical advisory station VFR Advsy - VFR Advisory Service shown where ATIS not available and frequency is other than primary CT frequency Elevation in feet -Lighting in operation Sunset to Sunrise - Lighting limitations exist, refer to Airport/Facility Directory - Length of longest runway in hundreds of feet; usable length may be less When facility or information is lacking, the respective character is replaced by a dash. All lighting codes refer to runway lights. Lighted runway may not be the longest or lighted full length. All times are local. L *L 72

13 RESPONSE ITEM Airports with control towers are always depicted A.in the color blue. B.by a circle with runway configurations shown. C.with the letter “T” next to the airport. A.in the color blue. ATB18-12

14 RESPONSE ITEM In the airport data “450 L ,” the letter “L” indicates A.the category of NAVAID located at the airport. B.a left-hand traffic pattern is standard at that airport. C.the airport has runway lighting. ATB18-13

15 RESPONSE ITEM In the airport data “4500 L ,” “4500” is the A.airport elevation above sea level. B.length of the longest runway. C.height above sea level of the tallest obstruction within 5nm. A.airport elevation above sea level. ATB18-14

16 RADIO AIDS ATB18-15 VHF OMNI RANGE (VOR) VORTAC VOR DME Non-Directional Radiobeacon (NDB) NDB-DME Other facilities, i.e., Commercial Broadcast Stations, FSS Outlets- RCO, etc.

17 COMMUNICATION BOXES 122.1R OAKDALE 362  OAK Underline indicates no voice on this freq -Operates less than continuous or On-Request. - TWEB- HIWAS - Receive only R  CHICAGO CHI 122.1R Heavy line box indicates Flight Service Station (FSS). Freqs , 122.2, 243.0, and (Canada , and 243.0) are normally available at all FSSs and are not shown above boxes. All other freqs. are shown. For Local Airport Advisory use FSS freq Frequencies above thin line box are remoted to NAVAID site. Other freqs. at controlling FSS may be available as determined by altitude and terrain. Consult Airport/Facility Directory for complete information R MIAMI Controlling FSS ATB18-16

18 Only the controlled and reserved airspace effective below 18,000 ft. MSL are shown on this chart. All times are local. Class B Airspace Class C Airspace (Mode C See F.A.R /Aim). Class D Airspace Ceiling of Class D Airspace in hundreds of feet. (A minus ceiling value indicates surface up to but not including that value). Class E Airspace Class E Airspace with floor 700 ft above surface. Class E Airspace with floor 1200 ft or greater above surface that abuts Class G Airspace. Differentiates floors of Class E Airspace greater than 700 ft. above surface. Class E Airspace low altitude Federal Airways are indicated by center line MSL 4500 MSL ATB18-17A AIRPORT TRAFFIC SERVICE AND AIRSPACE INFORMATION

19 Intersection - Arrows are directed towards facilities which establish intersection. Total mileage between NAVAIDs on direct Airways. Prohibited, Restricted, Warning and Alert Areas Canadian Advisory and Restricted Areas MOA - Military Operations Area Special Airport Traffic Areas (See F.A.R. Part 93 for details). MODE C (See F.A.R /AIM). National Security Area Terminal Radar Service Area (TRSA) MTR - Military Training Routes 132° V  IR211 ATB18-17B AIRPORT TRAFFIC SERVICE AND AIRSPACE INFORMATION

20 OBSTRUCTIONS 1000 ft. and higher AGL Below 1000 ft. AGL Group Obstruction Obstruction with high-intensity lights May operate part-time Elevation of the top above mean sea level Height above ground Under construction or reported: position and elevation unverified NOTICE: Guy wires may extend outward from structures. or 2049 (1149) UC ATB18-18

21 Isogonic Line (1995 VALUE) Ultralight FlFlashing ActivityLight Hang GliderMarine ActivityLight Glider Operations NAME (Magenta, Blue, or Black) Visual Check Point Parachute Jumping Area (See Airport/Facility Directory). MISCELLANEOUS 1°E ATB18-19 GHU

22 TOPOGRAPHIC INFORMATION Roads Road Markers Railroad Bridges and Viaducts Power Transmission Lines Aerial Cable Landmark Feature - stadium, factory, school, golf course, etc. Outdoor Theater Lookout Tower P-17 (Site Number) 618 (Elevation Base of Tower) Coast Guard Station CG ATB18-20A

23 Race Track Tank Water, oil or gas Oil Well Water Well Mines and Quarries Mountain Pass (Elevation of Pass) TOPOGRAPHIC INFORMATION Dams Pier Rocks Perennial Lake Non-Perennial Lake ATB18-20B

24 RESPONSE ITEM A pilot can receive Hazardous Inflight Weather Advisory Service (HIWAS) broadcasts via the voice portion of a navigational aid if its communications box has a(n) A.frequency written above the box. B.asterisk preceding the NAVAID frequency. C.filled-in square in the corner. ATB18-21

25 RESPONSE ITEM The boundary of Class B Airspace is always depicted in what color? A.Magenta B.Blue C.Dark gray B.Blue ATB18-22

26 RESPONSE ITEM The height of an obstruction is indicated on the chart in feet above A.ground level (AGL). B.Mean Sea Level (MSL). C.both ground level and sea level. ATB18-23 C.both ground level and sea level.

27 40 ATB ° V SYMBOL SEARCH

28 CONTROL TOWER FREQUENCIES CONTROL TOWER FREQUENCIES ON DALLAS-FT. WORTH SECTIONAL CHART Airports which have control towers are indicated on this chart by the letters CT followed by the primary VHF local control frequency. Selected transmitting frequencies for each control tower are tabulated in the adjoining spaces, the low or medium transmitting frequency is listed first followed by a VHF local control frequency, and the primary VHF and UHF military frequencies, when these frequencies are available. An asterisk (*) follows the part-time tower frequency remoted to the collocated full-time FSS for use as Local Airport Advisory (LAA) during hours tower is closed. Hours shown are local time. Ground control frequencies listed are the primary ground control frequencies. Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS) frequencies, shown on the face of the chart are primary arrival VHF/UHF frequencies. All ATIS frequencies are listed below. ATIS operational hours may differ from control tower operational hours. ASR and/or PAR indicates Radar Instrument Approach available. “MON-FRI” indicates Monday thru Friday. ATB18-25A

29 CONTROL TOWER FREQUENCIES ABILENE REGIONALCONTINUOUS ASR ADDISON MAY 1-OCT NOV 1-APR 30 ALTUS AFBCONTINUOUS ASR/PAR AMARILLO INTL ASR ARDMORE NF MON-FRI SAT-SUN CLINTON-SHERMAN MON-FRI EXC HOL DALLAS-FTCONTINUOUS (W) (E) ARR WORTH INTL (E) (W) DEP NAS DALLAS/HENSLEY ASR/PAR DALLAS LOVECONTINUOUS ASR DYESS AFBCONTINUOUS ASR NAS FT WORTH/ ASR/PAR CARSWELL FT WORTHCONTINUOUS ALLIANCE FT WORTHCONTINUOUS MEACHAM INTL GRAND PRARIE NF DALGT STD CONTROL TOWEROPERATESTWR FREQGND CONATISASR/PAR ATB18-25B

30 CLASS B, CLASS C, TRSA, AND SELECTED RADAR APPROACH CONTROL FREQUENCIES DALLAS-FT WORTH (NORTHWEST)CONTINUOUS CLASS B (SOUTHWEST) (NORTHEAST) (SOUTHEAST) ABILENE CLASS C (EAST)CONTINUOUS (WEST) AMARILLO CLASS C (161°-339°) (340°-160°)O/T Class E O/T ZAB CNTR LUBBOCK CLASS C (EAST OF LBB VORTAC 015°-165°)CONTINUOUS (WEST OF LBB VORTAC 165°-015°) OKLAHOMA CITY CLASS C (081°-170°)CONTINUOUS (001°-080°) (171°-360°) TULSA CLASS C (355°-174°)CONTINUOUS (175°-354°) ALTUS TRSA CONTINUOUS HENRY POST AAF (S)CONTINUOUS RADAR (N) SHEPPARD AFB/ WICHITA FALLS RADARO/T ZFW CNTR **ZAB - Albuquerque, ZFW - Fort Worth O/T - indicates Other Times FACILITYFREQUENCIES **SERVICE AVAILABILITY ATB18-26

31 SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE (SUA) SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE ON DALLAS-FT. WORTH SECTIONAL CHART Unless otherwise noted altitudes areThe word “TO” an altitude means “To and including.” MSL and in feet; time is local.“MON-FRI” indicates “Monday thru Friday” Contact nearest FSS for information.FL - Flight Level † Other time by NOTAM contact FSSNO A/G - No air to ground communications U.S. P-PROHIBITED, R-RESTRICTED, A-ALERT, W-WARNING, MOA-MILITARY OPERATIONS AREA P-47AMARILLO, TXTO 4800CONTINUOUSNO A/G R-5601 AFORT SILL, OKTO 40,000CONTINUOUSZFW CNTR R-5601 BFORT SILL, OKTO 40,000CONTINUOUSZFW CNTR R-5601 CFORT SILL, OKTO 40,000CONTINUOUSZFW CNTR R-5601 DFORT SILL, OK500 AGL TO 16,500SR-SS TUE-SAT†ZFW CNTR R-5601 EFORT SILL, OK500 AGL TO 6000SR-SS TUE-SAT† ZFW CNTR A-561FREDERICK, OKTO 4000SR-SS MON-FRINO A/G A-562 AENID, OKTO 10,000SR TO 3 HRS AFTERNO A/G SS MON-FRI A-636WICHITA FALLS, TXTO HR BEFORE SR-NO A/G 1 HR AFTER SS MON-FRI A-637LUBBOCK, TXTO 6000SR TO 3 HRS AFTER SSNO A/G MON-FRI, WEEKENDS BY NOTAM ** ZFW - Fort Worth NUMBER LOCATION ALTITUDE TIME OF USE CONTROLLING AGENCY** ATB18-27

32 MILITARY OPERATIONS AREAS (MOAs) BROWNWOOD 1 EAST, ZFW CNTR 1 WEST BROWNWOOD 313, ZFW CNTR HOLLIS11,0001 HR BEFORE SR-ZFW CNTR 1 HR AFTER SS MON-FRI REESE 410,000SR-SS MON-FRILUBBOCK ATCT REESE 512,000SR-SS MON-FRIZFW CNTR RIVERS8000SR-2100 MON-SATZFW CNTR ROBY12,000SR-SS MON-FRIZFW CNTR SHEPPARD 1, HR BEFORE SR-ZFW CNTR 1 HR AFTER SS MON-FRI VANCE 1 A10,0001 HR BEFORE SR-ZKC CNTR 1 HR AFTER SS MON-FRI VANCE 1 B70001 HR BEFORE SR-ZKC CNTR 1 HR AFTER SS MON-FRI WASHITA80001 HR BEFORE SR-ZFW CNTR 1 HR AFTER SS MON-FRI WESTOVER HR BEFORE SR-ZFW CNTR 1 HR AFTER SS MON-FRI WESTOVER 210,0001 HR BEFORE SR-ZFW CNTR 1 HR AFTER SS MON-FRI * Altitudes indicate floor of MOA. All MOAs extend to but do not include FL180 unless otherwise indicated in tabulation or on chart. † Other time by NOTAM contact FSS ** ZFW - Fort Worth, ZKC - Kansas City MOA NAMEALTITUDE OF USE*TIME OF USE†CONTROLLING AGENCY** ATB18-28

33 VANCE 1 B70001 HR BEFORE SR-ZKC CNTR 1 HR AFTER SS MON-FRI WASHITA80001 HR BEFORE SR-ZFW CNTR 1 HR AFTER SS MON-FRI WESTOVER HR BEFORE SR-ZFW CNTR 1 HR AFTER SS MON-FRI MOA NAMEALTITUDE OF USE*TIME OF USE†CONTROLLING AGENCY** R-5601 EFORT SILL, OK500 AGL TO 6000SR-SS TUE-SAT† ZFW CNTR A-561FREDERICK, OKTO 4000SR-SS MON-FRINO A/G A-562 AENID, OKTO 10,000SR TO 3 HRS AFTERNO A/G SS MON-FRI NUMBER LOCATION ALTITUDE TIME OF USE CONTROLLING AGENCY** OKLAHOMA CITY CLASS C (081°-170°)CONTINUOUS (001°-080°) (171°-360°) TULSA CLASS C (355°-174°)CONTINUOUS (175°-354°) ALTUS TRSA CONTINUOUS FACILITYFREQUENCIES **SERVICE AVAILABILITY ABILENE REGIONALCONTINUOUS ASR ADDISON MAY 1-OCT NOV 1-APR 30 ALTUS AFBCONTINUOUS ASR/PAR CONTROL TOWEROPERATESTWR FREQGND CONATISASR/PAR ATB18-29a

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35 DALLAS-FT WORTH VFR TERMINAL AREA CHART ATB18-30

36 CLASS B OPERATING RULES OPERATING RULES AND PILOT/EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS. Regardless of weather conditions, an ATC authorization is required prior to operating within the Class B Airspace. Pilots should not request an authorization to operate within the Class B Airspace unless the requirements of FAR and FAR are met. Included among those requirements are: 1.Unless otherwise authorized by ATC, an operable two-way radio capable of communicating with ATC on appropriate frequencies for that Class B Airspace. 2.No person may take off or land a civil aircraft at the Dallas-Ft Worth International Airport unless the pilot in commands holds at least a private pilot certificate. 3.No person may take off or land a civil aircraft at an airport within the Class B Airspace or operate a civil aircraft within the Class B Airspace unless: (a)The pilot in command holds at least a private pilot certificate or: (b)The aircraft is operated by a student pilot who has met the requirements of FAR Unless otherwise authorized by ATC, each person operating a large turbine engine-powered aircraft to or from a primary airport shall operate at or above the designated floors while within the lateral limits of the Class B airspace. 5.An operable VOR or TACAN receiver for IFR operations. 6.A transponder with automatic altitude reporting equipment. NOTE: ATC may, upon notification, immediately authorize a deviation from the altitude reporting equipment requirement or for a transponder failure; however, other request for deviations from the transponder equipment requirement must be submitted to the controlling ATC facility at least one hour before the proposed operation. ATB18-31A

37 CLASS B OPERATING RULES FLIGHT PROCEDURES: IFR FLIGHTS - Aircraft operating within the Dallas-Ft Worth Class B Airspace must be operated in accordance with ATC clearances and instructions. VFR FLIGHTS - 1.Arriving aircraft should contact the appropriate approach control on specified frequencies and in relation to geographic fixes shown on the accompanying chart. Although arriving aircraft may be operating beneath the floor of the Class B Airspace on initial contact, communications should be established with approach control in relation to the points indicated for sequencing and spacing purposes. 2.Aircraft departing the primary airports are requested to advise clearance delivery prior to taxiing of their intended altitude and direction of flight to depart the Class B Airspace. Aircraft departing from other than the primary airports whose route of flight would penetrate the Class B Airspace should give this information to ATC on the appropriate frequencies. 3.Aircraft desiring to transit the Class B Airspace must obtain an ATC clearance to enter the Class B Airspace and will be handled on an ATC workload permitting basis. ATC PROCEDURES: All aircraft will be controlled and separated while operating within the Class B Airspace, except helicopters need not be separated from other helicopters. Although radar separation will be the primary standard used, approved visual and other nonradar procedures will be applied as required or deemed appropriate. Traffic information on observed but unidentified radar targets will be provided on a workload permitting basis to aircraft operating outside the Class B Airspace. NOTE: Assignment of radar headings and/or altitudes is based on the provision that a pilot operating in accordance with visual flight rules is expected to advise ATC if compliance with an assigned route, radar heading or altitude will cause the pilot to violate such rules. ATB18-31B

38 NAVIGATIONAL AIDS VORVORTACVOR/DME DALLAS-FT WORTH CHARTED VFR FLYWAY PLANNING CHART Scale: 1:250,000 NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION LEGEND AIRPORTS Paved RunwaysUnpaved Runways NAME (NAM) NAME (NAM)NAME (NAM) VFR FLYWAY PLANNING CHART LEGEND DLG 138.8PPS 121.8KIP NDBNDB/DME DCW 262RMW 320 ATB18-32

39 AIRSPACE INFORMATION CLASS B AIRSPACECLASS B SURFACE AREA CLASS C AIRSPACECLASS C SURFACE AREA MODE C (SEE F.A.R /AIM.) Class D AirspaceCeiling of Class D Airspace in hundreds of feet. (A minus ceiling value indicates surface Class E Airspaceup to but not including that value.) VFR FLYWAY PLANNING CHART LEGEND EXAMPLES OF CLASS B AIRSPACE ALTITUDES CEILING IN HUNDREDS OF FEET MSL FLOOR IN HUNDREDS OF FEET MSL MODE C (SEE F.A.R /AIM) ATB18-33

40 VFR FLYWAY PLANNING CHART LEGEND SUGGESTED VFR FLYWAY AND ALTITUDE IFR DEPARTURE ROUTES IFR ARRIVAL ROUTES OBSTRUCTIONS (Selected) NAVIGATION REFERENCE POINT MOUNTAIN TOP OR PEAK AND SPOT ELEVATION 2049 N 38°56.32’ W 76° 36.91’ SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE Prohibited, Restricted, Warning and Alert Areas, Canadian Advisory and Restricted Areas Military Operations Areas (MOA) ATB18-34

41 RESPONSE ITEM A major difference between a Sectional Chart and a Terminal Area Chart is that the Terminal Area Chart A.provides greater detail and a larger scale. B.is used primarily for IFR flight in the terminal area. C.uses a different set of symbols for manmade as well as topographical features. A.provides greater detail and a larger scale. ATB18-35

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43 WORLD AERONAUTICAL CHART ATB18-37

44 ATB18-38

45 IFR/VFR PLANNING CHART IFR/VFR WALL PLANNING CHART UNITED STATES GULF OF MEXICO AND CARIBBEAN PLANNING CHART CANADA MEXICO COLUMBIA VENEZUELA CUBA DOMINICAN REPUBLIC PUERTO RICO COSTA RICA PANAMA BRAZIL ATB18-39

46 AIRPORT FACILITY DIRECTORIES ATB18-40

47 DIRECTORY LEGEND CITY NAME AIRPORT NAME (ORL) 4 E UTC-5(-4DT) N28°32.72’ W81°21.17’ JACKSONVILLE 200 B S4 FUEL 100, JET A OX 1, 2, 3 TPA-1000(800) AOE ARFF Index A Not insp. COPTER H-4G, L-19C IAP RWY 07-25: H6000X150 (ASPH-PFC) S-90, D-160, DT-300-PCN 80 R/B/W/T HIRL CL 0.4% up E RWY 07: ALSF1. Trees RWY 25: REIL. Rgt tfc. RWY 13-31: H4620X100 (ASPH) HIRL RWY 13: SAVASI(S2L)-GA 3.3° TCH 89’. Pole RWY 31: PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.1° TCH 36’. Tree. Rgt tfc. RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION RWY 07: TORA-6000 TODA-6700 ASDA-5700 LDA-5500 RWY 25: TORA-6000 TODA-6000 ASDA-6000 LDA-5700 AIRPORT REMARKS: Special Air Traffic Rules - Part 93, see Regulatory Notices. Attend Z‡. Parachute Jumping. CAUTION cattle and deer on arpt. Acft 100,000 lbs or over ctc Director of Aviation for approval Fee for all airline charters, travel clubs and certain revenue producing acft. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS (202) LLWAS. COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS UNICOM NAME FSS (ORL) on arpt TF WX-BRIEF. NOTAM FILE ORL NAME APP/DEP CON ( Z‡) TOWER GND CON CLNC DEL PRE TAXI CLNC R 21 ATB18-41A

48 DIRECTORY LEGEND AIRSPACE: CLASS B See VFR Terminal Area Chart. RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCO. VHF/DF ctc FSS. (H) ABVORTAC MCO Chan 59 N28°32.55’ W81°20.12’ at fld, 1110/8E TWEB avbl Z‡. VOR unusable 050°-060° beyond 15 NM below 5000’. HENRY NDB (LOM) 221 OR N28°30.40’ W81° 26.05’ 067° 5.4 NM to fld. ILS I-ORL Rwy 07. LOM HENRY NDB. ASR/PAR ( Z‡) COMM/NAVAID REMARKS: Emerg frequency not available at tower. HELIPAD H1: H100X75 (ASPH) HELIPAD H2: H60X60 (ASPH) HELIPORT REMARKS: Helipad H1 lctd on general aviation side and H2 lctd on air carrier side of arpt. 187 TPA1000(813) WATERWAY 13-31: 5000X300 (WATER) SEAPLANE REMARKS: Birds roosting and feeding areas along river banks. Seaplanes operating adjacent to NE side of arpt not visible from twr and are required to ctc twr ATB18-41B

49 R ATB18-42 OKLAHOMA CITY WILEY POST (PWA) 7 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N35°32.07’ W97°38.83’ DALLAS- FT WORTH 1299 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A OX 1, 2, 3, 4 H-2E, 4F, L-6G, 13C RWY 17L-35R: H7198X150 (CONC) S-35, D-50, DT-90 HIRL IAP RWY 17L: MALSR. RWY 35R: VASI(V4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 31’. RWY 13-31: H4213X100 (CONC) S-35, D-50, DT-90 MIRL RWY 13: Road. Rght tfc. RWY 31: Tree. RWY 17R-35L: H4001X75 (ASPH-CONC) S-26 MIRL RWY 17R: VASI(V2L)-GA 3.5°TCH31’. Rgt tfc. RWY 35L: VASI(V2L)-GA 3.5°TCH31’. RWY 03-21: H3409X75 (ASPH-CONC) S-26 MIRL RWY 03: Trees. RWY 21: Rgt tfc. AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy CLOSED Z‡. Rwy CLOSED to jets. Rwy 13 CLOSED to tkf and Rwy 31 CLOSED to ldg for acft over 12,500 lbs gross weight. PPR for acft over 54,000 pounds ramp weight, phone during normal business hours. Rwy and Rwy and Rwy 17R-35L unlighted Z‡. Rwy 17R-35L S 1000’ conc. Touch & go or stop & go ldgs not authorized Rwy Twy C1 north of Rwy 31 thld and Twy C from 100’ east of Twy A eastbound designated nonmovement area. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 17L-35R and MALSR Rwy 17L- CTAF. WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (405) COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF ATIS (405) UNICOM MC ALESTER FSS (MLC) TF WX-BRIEF. NOTAM FILE PWA. RCO (MC ALESTER FSS) OKE CITY APP/DEP CON (171°-260°) (261°-360°) (081°-170°) (001°-080°) TOWER FCT ( Z‡) GND CON AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Z‡ other times CLASS E. RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PWA. (T) VORW/DME PWA Chan 81 N35°31.98’ W97°38.83’ at fld. 1270/08E ILS I-PWA Rwy 17L. Unmonitored when twr clsd. ASR

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