Arizona Practice Areas and Reporting Points

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Instructions and Disclaimers

Please carefully review all of the information on this page.

This page contains AFTW recommended practice area reporting points and procedures for the Phoenix-area, Northern Arizona, and Southern Arizona. Each pilot has the responsibility for knowing and following all required FAA practices and procedures.

Always practice FAA-recommended visual scanning procedures, even when communicating on practice area frequencies and utilizing ADS-B traffic information.

Remember that not all pilots know about these practice area frequencies and reporting points.

Please direct any pilots who are operating in the Phoenix-area to this site.

ForeFlight and Garmin Pilot GPS Overlays

Option 1: All Practice Areas in one overlay

  • One file to download and import
  • All practice areas are displayed together
  • All Practice Areas – version 13 (Direct Link / Google Drive Link) – Updated 1-11-2023
  • Notes

Option 2: Separate overlays for each practice area

Other Overlays

VIDEOS: How to Download and Use the Overlays


Garmin Pilot

Practice Area Videos

Thank you to Emmanuel Tempelman for providing these excellent videos!

Northern Arizona Practice Areas and Procedures

PDFs of Phoenix Practice Area Charts (updated 1-8-22)

KIWA – Allegiant RNA Visual Rwy 30L Approach Procedure
Be aware of Allegiant approaches during training flights

Southern Arizona Practice Areas and Procedures

From the Flight Deck Videos Currently Available for Arizona Airports

Deer Valley Airport (DVT)
Falcon Field Airport, Mesa, AZ (FFZ)
Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG)
Marana Regional Airport (AVQ)  
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (IWA)
Prescott Regional Airport – Ernest A Love Field (PRC)
Sedona Airport (SEZ)  
Tucson International Airport (TUS)

About From the Flight Deck

The FAA’s From the Flight Deck video series addresses runway safety at airports across the nation. The short videos use aircraft-mounted cameras to capture runway and taxiway footage, combined with diagrams and visual graphics to highlight hot spots and other safety-sensitive items. The videos give a general aviation pilot’s viewpoint, and are a helpful tool for preflight planning.

In addition to airport-specific videos in 38 states, the series offers videos on topics such as Wrong Surface Landings, Complex Airfield Geometry, Wrong Direction Intersection Takeoffs, and Winter Weather Challenges. There are over 100 videos in the series currently available, with more in development.

Learn more about From the Flight Deck at, check out a map of all current and forthcoming airport video locations, or watch From the Flight Deck videos on general aviation safety challenges or complex airfield geometry challenges pilots may encounter. Subscribe to the FAA’s YouTube channel to be notified when new videos are published.

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