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Jeppesen Charts Question

Sat Mar 23, 2002 7:22 pm

What do the symbols "E>" and "O>" on the high level charts mean?
 
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RE: Jeppesen Charts Question

Sat Mar 23, 2002 9:08 pm

E > = Even Flight Levels only in this direction
O > = Odd Flight Levels only in this direction
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RE: Jeppesen Charts Question

Sat Mar 23, 2002 9:53 pm

Thank you very very much. Are there any one way airways - all levels - and how is this indicated?
 
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RE: Jeppesen Charts Question

Tue Mar 26, 2002 9:22 am

A simple block arrow around the airway name (e.g. "L73" written in a block which is an arrow). This designates the airway as one-way.

Normally (two-way) airways are designated in a block with no arrow at either side.

Remember with the Even / Odd thing that you must assume that all airways are odd in one direction and even in another direction (for Low Alt and RVSM). The "E >" and "O >" will only appear where the flight levels used for that airway are opposite to the general flow (i.e. Even instead of Odd or vice-versa).

Hope this makes sense!! Shout if it doesn't.
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RE: Jeppesen Charts Question

Wed Mar 27, 2002 9:32 pm


There is a one way route between Sicily and Malta !!!
It is southward !!!
If you have the Jeppesen 7/8 chart,you can notice the
one way route UA96 from Carbonara CAR to Tunis TUC via NOLSI,GOTUS,and PORTO ! It is used only for traffic landing at Tunis,and the GOTUS,PORTO,TUC track straight in Tunis' Rwy 19 axis !!!
 
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RE: Jeppesen Charts Question

Wed Mar 27, 2002 9:54 pm

In Europe, one-way routes are faily common. In the US they are pretty rare. I don't feel like pulling out a set of charts now to go looking for one, but I seem to remember seeing one a while back. Here in the States, for a lot of operators, airways are used very little. If the aircraft have the right navigation equipment and can fly above the "crowd" you simply file for direct routings.
 
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RE: Jeppesen Charts Question

Thu Mar 28, 2002 9:49 pm

Just look at Jepessen US HI-4 around Charleston, Washington DC and New York.
Most of the airways there are one-way.
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RE: Jeppesen Charts Question

Sat Mar 30, 2002 9:23 pm


UM732 from UPLIT(Malta FIR boundary) to Gozo GZO via PANTA. Radial 311 of GZO.Southbound !

UM622 is northbound from GZO to Ajaccio AJO via PANTA,TALNA,KIMKO,TRP (TRAPANI),KAPIL,QUENN,MADKA-AJO.

UG25 from Ostia OST to AJO.

UM729 from Genoa GEN to Dijon DIJ.

These are only examples !!!

Regards !!!

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