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Explain SCATANA

* Security Control Of Air Traffic and Air Navigation Aids * Will only be activated in times of war or during a defence emergency * PICs notified shall comply with all instructions to change cause, altitude of flight level or land at the nearest suitable airport. * When Saudi Arabian airspace is cleared of civilian aircraft, it can be expected to rapidly follow that many (or all) NAV AIDS serving airports will be shut down. * When active, all proposed flight ops in SA-airspace will require approval by ADNC and an wartime traffic priority number.

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VORDME

Low and High/Low charts inclose a Compass Rose with VHF Navaids. Shadow box indicates navaid is airway component with frequency, identifier, Morse code and INS coordinates. Small D indicates DME/TACAN. Class indicated by (T) Terminal, (L) Low, (H) High. 

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Airports

Location name, Airport name (if diffrent than Location name) ICAO identifier, airport elevation and longest runway length to the nearest 100 feet with 70 feet as the dividing point (add 00). “s” indicates soft surface. IFR Airport in blue. Published procedures filed under the location name. VFR airport in green.

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Airports

Location name, Airport name (if diffrent than Location name) ICAO identifier, airport elevation and longest runway length to the nearest 100 feet with 70 feet as the dividing point (add 00). “s” indicates soft surface. IFR Airport in blue. Published procedures filed under the location name. VFR airport in green.

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Controlled Airspace

Limits add 00. When sectorized vertically, lower limit indicated by under bar, upper limit indicated by over bar.

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Special use airspace

 

Danger Area (ICAO) — An airspace of defined dimensions within which activities dangerous to the flight of aircraft may exist at specified times.

Prohibited Area (ICAO) — An airspace of defined dimensions, above the land areas or terri- torial waters of a State, within which the flight of aircraft is prohibited.

Restricted Area (ICAO) — An airspace of defined dimensions, above the land areas or terri- torial waters of a State, within which the flight of aircraft is restricted in accordance with cer- tain specified conditions.

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Grid Lat-Long values

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CTR

Control Zone, Asterisks are used in association with Class C,D and E airspace in US only to indicate part time operations, otherwise hours are H24

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ILS

ILS available at airport

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Magnetic Variation

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Area chart coverage

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Directional MEAs

MINIMUM ENROUTE IFR ALTITUDE, The lowest published altitude between radio fixes that meets obstacle clearance requirements between those fixes and in many countries assures acceptable navigational signal coverage. The MEA applies to the entire width of the airway, seg- ment, or route between the radio fixes defining the airway, segment, or route. 

 

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Minumum Crossing Altitude (MCA)

The lowest altitude at certain fixes at which an air- craft must cross when proceeding in the direction of a higher minimum enroute IFR altitude (MEA).

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Change to adjoining enroute chart

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DME

Distance Measuring Equipment

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Grid minimum Off-Route Altitude (Grid MORA) 

Values of 10 000 feet and greater are maroon. Values of less than 10 000 feet are green. Values are depicted in hundreds of feet.

 

— An altitude derived by Jeppesen or provided by State Authorities. The Grid MORA altitude provides terrain and man-made structure clearance within the section outlined by latitude and longitude lines. MORA does not provide for navaid signal coverage or communication coverage. 

 

  • Grid MORA values derived by Jeppesen clear all terrain and man-made structures by 1000ft in areas where the highest elevations are 5000ft MSL or lower. MORA values clear all terrain and man-made structures by 2000ft in areas where the highest elevations are 5001ft MSL or higher. When a Grid MORA is shown as “Unsurveyed” it is due to incomplete or insufficient information. Grid MORA values followed by a +/- denote doubtful accuracy, but are believed to provide sufficient reference point clearance.

 

  • Grid MORA (State) altitude supplied by the State Authority provides 2000ft clearance in mountainous areas and 1000ft in non-mountainous areas. 

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Gap in Nav Signal coverage

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“D” indicates DME/TACAN fix

Segment mileage is DME/TACAN distance from navaid. Arrow without a “D” designates a reporting point from facility.

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Non Compulsory RNAV Waypoint

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High Altitude route

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Changeover point between two navaids.

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Intersection of fix information

Bearing, frequency, and ident of remote VHF or LF navaid.

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Met report required.

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Minimum Reception Altitude (MRA)

The lowest altitude at which an intersection can be determined.

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VORTAC

High Altitude and off-route Navaids do not include a Compass Rose

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Uncontrolled airway or advisory route

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Route Suffix

D or F indicates ATC Advisory services only. F or G indicates Flight Information services only.

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Enroute Communications

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Total mileage between Navaids

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Compulsory Reporting Point

Represented by screened fill. Non Compulsory Reporting point is open, no fill.

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Holding pattern

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FIR/UIR Boundary

Name, Identifier and Airspace Class.

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Route usability by non B-RNAV equipped aircraft

(within Europe only)

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Unnamed, official published ATS route with direction indication.

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Uncontrolled airspace

Class F or G

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GPS MEA

 

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GPS MEA

 

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Minimum Obstruction Clearance Altitude (MOCA)

The lowest published altitude in effect between radio fixes on VOR airways, off airway routes, or route segments which meets obstacle clearance requirements for the entire route segment and in the USA assures acceptable navigational signal coverage only within 22NM of a VOR. 

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Conditional Route Category

 

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Airway Designator

 

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Segment Milage

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Maximum Authorised Altitude (MAA)

A published altitude representing the maximum usable altitude or flight level for an airspace structure or route segment. 

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CNS/ATM Equipment Requirement Boundary

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Non Standard Flight Levels

(Even Flight Levels in direction indicated)

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RNAV ATS route

when not identified by designator (used outside Europe)

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Named or unnamed airspace fix or mileage break.

Database identifiers are enclosed in square brackets [ABROC]. They may be designated by the State (country) as Computer Navigation Fixes. (CNFs) or derived by Jeppesen. These identifiers should not be used in filing flight plans nor should they be used when communicated with ATC; however they are also included in computer planning systems. They are shown only to enable the pilot to maintain orientation when using charts in concert with database navigation systems.

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Altitude Change

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Route Minimum Off-Route Altitude (Route MORA) 

This is an altitude derived by Jeppesen. The Route MORA altitude provides reference point clearance within 10NM of the route centerline (regardless of the route width) and end fixes. Route MORA values clear all reference points by 1000ft in areas where the highest reference points are 5000ft MSL or lower. Route MORA values clear all reference points by 2000ft in areas where the highest reference points are 5001ft MSL or higher. When a Route MORA is shown along a route as “unknown” it is due to incomplete or insufficient information.

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Direct Route

(Requires ATC Approval, will not be accepted in Flight Plans).

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NDB

Non-Directional Beacon/Radio Beacon 

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Communications

Communications related to Airport listed above Airport label. App/Arr, Dep, Twr and Gnd listed in Chart tabulations. Asterisk indicates part time operation.