- VFR CHARTS: 1:500,000
- Caribbean VFR Chart scale is 1:1,000,000
- VFR FLYWAY PLANNING CHARTS 1:250,000. Flyway Planning Charts depict flight paths and altitudes recommended for use to by-pass areas heavily traversed by large turbine-powered aircraft.
- TAC: 1:250,000
- IFR ENROUTE CHARTS
- Enroute High Altitude Charts (at or above 18,000 ft MSL.)
- Enroute Low Altitude Charts
- TERMINAL PROCEDURE PUBLICATION (TPP)
On VFR Charts, information about radio aids to navigation (NAVAID) are boxed.
A quadrant on Sectionals is the area bounded by ticked lines dividing each 30 minutes of latitude and each 30 minutes of longitude.
- Victor Airways (Low Altitude) Black VOR airways
- Low Altitude RNAV Routes (T-Routes) Blue
- High Altitude RNAV Routes (Q-Routes)
- Helicopter RNAV Routes (TK Routes) Two helicopter RNAV routes (TK-routes) exist in the northeast corridor between the Washington, DC, and New York City metropolitan areas.
- Joint Victor/RNAV Routes (Low Altitude)
- Joint Jet/RNAV Routes (High Altitude)
- Unusable Route Segments
- Military Training Routes (MTRs): All IR and VR MTRs are shown on enroute charts, except VRs at or below 1500' AGL. They're numbered and published in brown.
- svc = service.
- ctc = contact.
- APP = approach control