The AFTW practice area reporting points are now available as ForeFlight and Garmin Pilot GPS overlay!
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ForeFlight and Garmin Pilot GPS Overlays
Phoenix Practice Areas and Procedures
Stanfield VOR Practice Approach Procedures. (2.0 MB, requires Adobe Reader.) ***Please note that 4500MSL is now the lowest altitude in the stack. Only one aircraft should be below 4500 MSL at a time, and they should be completing the procedure turn to immediately begin their approach.***
East Valley Airspace Hazards. (1.0 MB, requires Adobe Reader.)
Southern Arizona Practice Areas and Procedures
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
Download a PDF of the Prescott area chart here. (requires Adobe Reader.)
These are AFTW’s recommended Practice Area Reporting Points for the Phoenix, Southern Arizona, and Northern Arizona. Please continue to practice the FAA recommended visual scanning of your surroundings, even when communicating on the practice area frequencies. Not all aircraft know of the AFTW practice area frequencies and reporting points. Please direct any pilots who are operating in the Phoenix area to this page.
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.
The graphical charts have been assembled by Matt Miller. Thanks Matt!
The ForeFlight GPS overlays have been assembled by the AFTW Charting Team, headed by Stacy Elliott.