The AFTW’s recommended Practice Area Reporting Points for the Phoenix, Southern Arizona, and Northern Arizona are now up for review and discussion.

The frequencies and points outlined on the Phoenix Terminal Area Chart are those that the group have generally agreed work best to improve safety in the intensive flight-training environments around the Valley.

Downloads (both web-friendly and very large TIF format) are available on the next page. (Click “continue reading” for the download links.)

This chart has been assembled by Matt Miller. Thanks Matt!

 

Phoenix Practice Areas and Procedures

PDF icon Download a PDF of the Phoenix area chart here (DOES NOT INCLUDE HOTSPOTS). (2.79 MB, requires Adobe Reader.)

PDF icon ***New*** Download a PDF of the Phoenix area chart here (INCLUDES HOTSPOTS). (1.70 MB, requires Adobe Reader.) ***New*** Includes charted hotspots where areas of heavy aircraft traffic can be expected.

Download ultra-large version of the Phoenix area chart as a TIF image. (48.8 MB ZIP, requires TIFF viewer, or photo-editing software capable of viewing a TIFF image after unzipping.)

PDF icon Download the accompanying text description of the AFTW Reporting Points here. (PDF, requires Adobe Reader.)

NOTE: This was originally published 4 NOV 2010; however, a larger version is now being made available in the ZIP file. Be sure to download the “text description” as well, for detailed information about items in the chart!

PDF icon Stanfield VOR Practice Approach Procedures. (2.0 MB, requires Adobe Reader.)

PDF icon East Valley Airspace Hazards. (1.0 MB, requires Adobe Reader.)

 

Southern Arizona Practice Areas and Procedures

PDF icon Download a PDF of the Tucson practice areas here. (0.66 MB, requires Adobe Reader.)

PDF icon Download a PDF of the Tucson International Airport (KTUS) safety briefing addressing runway incursions at the airport. (0.73 MB, requires Adobe Reader.)

 

Northern Arizona Practice Areas and Procedures

PDF icon Download a PDF of the Prescott area chart here. (0.65 MB, requires Adobe Reader.)

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