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IFR Enroute Aeronautical Charts Caribbean, Atlantic and Pacific

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Caribbean, Atlantic, Pacific Index

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Non-CONUS IFR Enroute Aeronautical Chart series is designed to meet the needs of users who require a digital version chart. The data are provided as a Portable Document Format (PDF) and available for public download. The PDF formatted charts are created from their respective native chart files. All information that is part of the paper IFR Enroute aeronautical chart is included in the PDF image. Note: These charts are not geo-referenced.

Caribbean Area Charts

    ELCBA1
  • Buenos Aires
  • Santiago
  • Lima
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Guatemala City
  • Antigua Island - Ascension Island
    ELCBA2
  • Miami - Nassua
  • Bogota
  • Mexico City
  • Panama
  • Central America - Pacific Ocean Inset
    ELCBA3
  • Dominican Republic/Puerto Rico Area

As each paper Enroute chart is updated its PDF equivalent is updated and available for download from this website. Please ensure you are using the most current chart by refering to the chart legend.

Should you discover or encounter an error in any of our products, you are encouraged to contact us immediately. Before you do however, please check the Safety Alerts webpage to see if the error has been previous discovered or resolved. The FAA has no effective way to contact every individual that has downloaded a digital product; therefore, you are requested to check the Safety Alerts webpage often.

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Product Effective Ending
IFR Caribbean, Atlantic & Pacific 25 August 2011 20 October 2011
IFR Caribbean, Atlantic & Pacific 20 October 2011 15 December 2011

Should you discover or encounter an error in any of our products, you are encouraged to contact us immediately. Before you do however, please check the Safety Alerts webpage to see if the error has been previous discovered or resolved. FAA has no effective way to contact every individual that has downloaded a digital product; therefore, you are requested to check the Special Notices webpage often.

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