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Frequency reference cards to go purely digital

PUBLISHED: 11:29 19 December 2012 | UPDATED: 12:18 08 January 2013

Frequency reference cards to go purely digital

Frequency reference cards to go purely digital

Frequency reference cards will be offered online only from the start of the 2013 flying season.



Frequency reference cards will be offered online only from the start of the 2013 flying season.

Traditional hard copy cards are being withdrawn in favour of downloadable cards, which Aeronautical Information Services (AIS) hopes will provide pilots with access to more accurate information.

Frequency Reference Cards supplement the radio frequency information included on Visual Flight Rules (VFR) charts, but this information tends to change over the course of the year.

While users will need to register, the downloadable cards will be offered free of charge from the Aeronautical Information Services (AIS) website - www.ais.org.uk - alongside VFR chart updates and newsfeeds.

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