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Old Posted Dec 25, 2018, 9:33 PM
SkydivePilot SkydivePilot is offline
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Originally Posted by pappcam View Post
Come again?

What's a "Regina VNC" and why would I look at it to find out how tall a transmission tower in Carlyle is?

Again, do you have a link?
Oh, a VNC is a VFR Navigation Chart. There's no link or anything like that.

VFR = Visual Flight Rules; IFR = Instrument Flight Rules.

Hazards to aircraft, whether natural or man-made, are depicted on VNCs. VNCs even indicate whether or not hazards are lit/not lit/partially lit with red/white strobe lights. Some hazardous natural features near airports also have flashing lights as well. IFR charts indicate only hazards that pose a threat while flying along an IFR airway or route. Such relevant hazards are also depicted on IFR approach plates.

Last edited by SkydivePilot; Dec 27, 2018 at 7:55 PM. Reason: Bad spelling.
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