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    Re: Same enroute map?

    Is the non-radar map still a little different than the traditional? Which one is used more predominately, or are they used equally?

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    Re: Same enroute map?

    Its the same map. You obviously have to know way more for the non radar problems, like mileages and degrees divergence of the airways. During radar, its not as much as a factor but you probably have to throw out at least one or two non radar clearances along the way.

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    Re: Same enroute map?

    Quote Originally Posted by UNDgrad06 View Post
    Its the same map. You obviously have to know way more for the non radar problems, like mileages and degrees divergence of the airways. During radar, its not as much as a factor but you probably have to throw out at least one or two non radar clearances along the way.
    Whats the validity of this map? Nonradar Separation Tabloid-2.pdf

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    Re: Same enroute map?

    Quote Originally Posted by UNDgrad06 View Post
    Its the same map. You obviously have to know way more for the non radar problems, like mileages and degrees divergence of the airways. During radar, its not as much as a factor but you probably have to throw out at least one or two non radar clearances along the way.
    I thought so. I appreciate your kind help.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aferggy View Post
    Whats the validity of this map? Nonradar Separation Tabloid-2.pdf
    Dude. This is epic! Looks like it's missing a fix south of ARGUW on V555.
    Last edited by gablephillip; 12-11-2014 at 12:54 PM.

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    Re: Same enroute map?

    Quote Originally Posted by gablephillip View Post
    I thought so. I appreciate your kind help.



    Dude. This is epic! Looks like it's missing a fix south of ARGUW on V555.
    What do the blue numbers represent?

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    Re: Same enroute map?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aferggy View Post
    What do the blue numbers represent?

    Degree divergence reference mileage for lateral separation of converging aircraft from each respective airway.
    Last edited by gablephillip; 12-11-2014 at 01:27 PM.

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    Re: Same enroute map?

    Is the map Aferggy posted on 12-11 the same map currently being used for En Route Training?

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