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FAA Aeronautical Chart Users' Guide web page has a link to pdf guide (22MB), lists the abbreviations as follows: svc = service ctc = contact APP = approach control abbreviation con is not listed. Aeronautical Chart Users' Guide web page (no, this is not the same page as above) provides link to a different pdf (direct link to full guide, 52MB) that provides ...


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I don't have access to Jepp charts, but I do have access to SkyVector and this March 2012 Jepp legend. 1. On a Jeppesen IFR low enroute chart, there's occasionally a different altitude below/next to the MEA with a "T" next to it. (For example: V16 between GACEB and SHAKY, there's a "2900T" next to the 4500 MEA.) What is this "T"...


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Earliest I could find is from the Chart Supplement Pacific, 17 May 2001. Section 22 "airspace" has the phrase you seek.


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Here is a source that establishes the use of the specific phrase you mention coincident with the 'airspace redesign'. It seems to clarify the timeframe you seek but is not in the publications you specify, so I put it here separately. The document deals with charting implications of the ambiguity you describe. The front page of the document for reference.


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This is a dismal answer, but: Instrument Rating Test Prep 2004, published 2003, contains a paragraph closely matching the one mentioned in the question: "NOTE: AIRPSACE SVC "TIMES" INCLUDE ALL ASSOCIATED EXTENSIONS..." The partial scan found on the page I linked above matches the formatting of official Airport/Facility Directory Legend -...


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Is this wording that appears in the legend of the "Chart Supplement" re "airspace" actually used in any entry in the Chart Supplement? No, it isn't. I would have noticed it by now, have been looking through the Chart Supplements a lot lately. Have checked multiple airports where this language ought to appear in the AIRSPACE entry in ...


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