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this chart is abot the ALLOWED cruising levels depending on the course of the plane - the cruise level in your flightplan is dependent on distance, weight and availability.

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10 hours ago, data63 said:

this chart is abot the ALLOWED cruising levels depending on the course of the plane - the cruise level in your flightplan is dependent on distance, weight and availability.

 

Yes indeed.

 

but you never answered my question. Where can these be found on the enroute charts

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Hi,

 

if you are looking on a enroute chart e.g. from Eurocontrol, I would say there is no sign of odd/even cruising levels.

This can be found in AIP document 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3 of the each country. 

Within PFPX, if you point the mouse over an airway symbol or a direct, it shows you the used cruise table. For Europe the most common cruise tables are SA (westbound -> even and eastbound -> odd) and SO / YY (northbound -> even and southbound -> odd).

 

Regards

David

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