London FIR (Euroscope)
London FIR (VRC)
For Euroscope users, the Olympics CAS(T) is in the 'ARTCC high boundary' section and the airspace base labels are in the 'Freetext' section; both will need to be enabled in order to see the added airspace. This also applies to other airspace that has been added in the past, such as the Norwich CTA - if you don't switch it on, you won't see it!
The base of CAS(T) is shown with a '/' in order to distinguish it from the plethora of other bases of CAS that are still visible.
The temporary reporting points, routes and STARs and there for curiosity and reference, as they're not expected to be used. For Southend/Biggin/Rochester the normal STARs operate by default, but for Farnborough/Manston be aware that the STARs will operate automatically for an appropriate flight plan, because Farnborough/Manston do not normally have STARs.
Changes in version 2012/08
* AIRAC 2012/08 (effective 26th July 2012): * Danger area D011 withdrawn, D011A, D011B and D011C introduced * Lashenden/Headcorn EGKH ARP co-ordinates amended * AIRAC 2012/07 (effective 28th June 2012): * East Midlands listening squawk 4572 introduced (main squawk range amended 4550-4571) * Oxford Approach frequency changed to 127.750 (not previously in sector file, Oxford positions added) * AIRAC 2012/06 (effective 31st May 2012): * Leeds Approach listening squawk 2677 introduced (main squawk range amended 2655-2676) * East Midlands EGNX SMAA, very small changes to dimensions of 2100ft area (already added in 2012/05 sector file) * OCK3E/2J (Heathrow), WILLO3D/2J (Gatwick) level restrictions - FL270 by GIBSO becomes FL270 by 15nm before BILNI/27nm before BEWLI * Shoreham EGKA ATIS frequency amended from 125.3 to 130.97 * Olympics temporary controlled airspace (CAS(T) and STARs added, and Atlas ATC position. The bases of CAS(T) are shown preceded by a '/' to distinguish them from other CAS bases.
Edited by Jamie Fox, 26 July 2012 - 08:45 AM.