enroute chart

enroute chart

[en′rüt ‚chärt]
(navigation)
A chart of air routes in specific areas that shows the exact location of electronic aids to navigation, such as radio direction-finder stations, radio and radar beacons, and radio-range stations. Formerly known as radio facility chart.
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The program creates a visual preview of the route overlaid over a VFR sectional or IFR enroute chart, which also has weather overlay.
But then the bubble bursts if you happen to get around to tapping for the enroute chart to peek at where it takes you.
The same three letters--MTA--had me feeling a nickel short when I first saw them on a low enroute chart. We learn in our IFR infancy that the minimum enroute altitude (MEA) along an airway might get trumped at a fix where there's a minimum crossing altitude (MCA) or a minimum reception altitude (MRA).
The enroute chart shows what looks like the same hold and intersection with the Eagle localizer on V361.
During the comparison exercise, the gotcha only became apparent after seeing examples of look-alike missed approaches and then asking the right questions and checking the enroute chart.
If you're concerned about the size of the files and overall storage capacity, you have the option of downloading all of the required data (tapping the Pack button) or by separate line item (approach chart, enroute chart, etc.) by tapping each line item on the page.
MON VORs and airports will likely be marked on your enroute chart. Plan your route as usual.
Bonus: What are those the brown lines that pass through the area shown on the enroute chart?