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I’ve been looking for years myself, and this is the best facility map I’ve been able to find so far, shared in a private forum by some ATC folks: I know this is exactly the kind of “cartoon-y” outline that you don’t want, and I expect to be downvoted for it, but maybe others will better understand what you are looking for: a map of airspace ownership rather ...


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According to the AIM 4-1-13: The Chart Supplement U.S. indicates airports for which ATIS is provided. So that's the official FAA answer: look in the Chart Supplement. But, a good shortcut is that ATIS is usually available only at towered airports (there are some special cases mentioned in the AIM, like ATIS broadcast over a NAVAID, although it's still for ...


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I see no evidence that FKR/KFKR has an ATIS system, and I can’t recall ever seeing a non-towered airport that does. Even some towered airports don’t have ATIS. As the sectional chart indicates, it does have AWOS. This is an automated system that reads the latest weather in a continuous loop, rather than an hourly recording or script by a human. When you are ...


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The frequency for and class of the ATIS is on the VFR Sectional Chart right where you have indicated. It will also be listed in the US Chart Supplement under Weather Data Sources. The ATIS Code will never be listed as it is a function of the ATIS itself. And, it changes over time. The left side of that section of your VFR Navigation Log is meant to be filled ...


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