|Quoting Barney Captain (Reply 1):|
The same thing applies in MDW.
|Quoting e38 (Reply 6):|
If you go to www.flightaware.com (among other sites) you can see all the STARS and SIDS for Love Field, as well as the Visual West 13R which brings aircraft over the northern part of DFW. If you compare them to the STARS and SIDS for DFW, you will see they are very similar, although some of them may have different names.
|Quoting AAR90 (Reply 3):|
Here's an old graphic that illustrates the complexities in the metroplex....
|Quoting william (Reply 7):|
Thanks E38 and everyone for the replies, I have sat in the AA terminal on the east side of DFW and notice SWA flying overhead.
|Quoting sccutler (Reply 10):|
Man, that *is* old - it still has the old cornerposts, the names of most of which I no longer recall (although I recognize Scurry VOR, SCY)
|Quoting william (Reply 12):|
Why did the FAA replace the VORs?
|Quoting WNCrew (Reply 2):|
The FA's always know in MDW that when we get the 10K alert, we still have a good 300 years before we actually land. MDW arrivals seem to drag on for a long time....