August 14, 2014 - 11:00 am MDT

Checking In At

Whether you fly high or low altitudes, enroute charts are the key to turning a successful departure into an anticipated arrival. Unlike lower-altitude charts, lack of clutter makes enroute charts simple, clean and easy to read. But it also means that every symbol, line, number, and color must work harder to keep you informed and flying confidently. Part 3 of our Chart Clinic Confidential series digs deep into the structure and symbology of the enroute chart. Our chart insiders will unlock new levels of information that you can put to work on your next flight-and every flight thereafter.