Here's a quick tour of a SkySectional chart.

SkySectionals divide the same chart information provided on FAA/NACA sectionals into 36 "panels" formatted for letter-sized paper that you can print yourself. Each panel includes the features below, along with a generous overlap between adjoining sections to make tracking your route easier.



 

See the full sectional at-a-glance

Page 1 of every SkySectional is the full sectional grid. You can get a quick idea of where everything is and see the relevant grid identifiers for each SkySectional panel. Best of all, you can quickly navigate through the sectional--clicking on grid identifiers will take you straight to that SkySectional panel.

 

Legend at your fingertips

Trouble remembering the difference between how a VOR and a VOR-DME is notated? Or maybe you need to lookup how receive only FSS radios are displayed. The legend is always included so you can keep it close at hand.

 

Advisories, Frequencies and Airspace...

We include all of the supplemental information provided on a standard sectional. No more flipping and fumbling with your sectional to check on control tower operating times or TRSA service availability. Just print out the relevant page of your SkySectional and keep it on you kneeboard--it'll always be a quick glance away.

 

Easier Navigation

In addition to helping make it easier to navigate the skies, we want you to be able to easily navigate your SkySectionals. That's why we've included some helpful features to quickly get to the SkySectional panel you want. Each panel includes a grid that displays which panel you're on in relation to others in the North or South sectional. In addition, you can click within the grid to navigate to other panels. Furthermore, you can always click on the SkySectional code (in this case SSLC-S) to go back to the full sectional view.

 

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