|Quoting Dw747400 (Reply 2):
I don't believe there are X's for doglegs on NOS charts--I looked and couldn't find any. In the legend you have X's for various mileage breakdown and computer fix purposes, as well as the X-flag for MCAs. Didn't see anything else
|Quoting Dw747400 (Thread starter):|
My question is what degree of change in course would be considered a dog leg?
|Quoting KELPkid (Reply 3):|
EDIT: according to the L-1 legend, this X is "Mileage Breakdown or computer nav fix, no ATC functions." I'm noticing other airways with doglegs where the dogleg is marked by an intersection, seems to make sense.
|Quoting 113312 (Reply 5):|
I recommend that you read, carefully, the introduction and legends for Jepp charts or NACO charts that you're using. Each element on every chart has significance. This forum really isn't the place to conduct ground school.
|Quoting Ilikeyyc (Reply 4):|
Think about it...You have to change to the new station and new radial to stay on the airway, so it must be a changeover point, regardless of how acute the angle is.
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