New FAA Aeronautical Chart Users’ Guide Effective June 17, 2021

Recently the FAA issued a new edition of the FAA Aeronautical Chart Users Guide which became effective June 17, 2021.

Produced by the FAA, the guide is good for new and experienced pilots alike as a reference for all FAA produced charts. The definitive guide to symbology and information in and on FAA charts, users can use this guide for initial study all the way through finding those rare nuggets of charting quiz challenge.

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About Jason Blair

Jason Blair is an active single and multiengine instructor and an FAA Designated Pilot Examiner with over 6,000 hours total time, over 3,000 hours of instruction given, and more than 3000 hours in aircraft as a DPE. In his role as Examiner, over 2,000 pilot certificates have been issued. He has worked for and continues to work with multiple aviation associations with the work focusing on pilot training and testing. His experience as a pilot and instructor spans nearly 20 years and includes over 100 makes and models of aircraft flown. Jason Blair has published works in many aviation publications with a focus on training and safety.

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