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Aeronautical Chart Bulletins

Regional Areas

Map links correspond to the current editions.

ATTENTION: Chart Bulletins will be discontinued effective with the February 25, 2021 Chart Supplement Publication. Visual chart updates will be reflected on the charts themselves since they will all be on a 56 day cycle.

From the table below select the region that corresponds to the area you fly in, then update your chart with the information provided. Please make sure that you have the most recent chart edition.

Aeronautical Chart Bulletins
Current Edition Date Next Edition Date
Alaska Dec 31 2020 (PDF)Alaska Feb 25 2021
East Central Dec 31 2020 (PDF)East Central Feb 25 2021
North Central Dec 31 2020 (PDF)North Central Feb 25 2021
Northeast Dec 31 2020 (PDF)Northeast Feb 25 2021
Northwest Dec 31 2020 (PDF)Northwest Feb 25 2021
Pacific Dec 31 2020 (PDF)Pacific Feb 25 2021
Southeast Dec 31 2020 (PDF)Southeast Feb 25 2021
South Central Dec 31 2020 (PDF)South Central Feb 25 2021
Southwest Dec 31 2020 (PDF)Southwest Feb 25 2021

How to use the Chart Bulletin

Most Sectional charts are printed every six months; however, if your chart is more than 8 weeks old it probably isn't current. Aeronautical information changes frequently; more frequently than every six months. That is why we publish the Aeronautical Chart Bulletin in the Notices Section of the Chart Supplement every 56 days and why it is important that you consult the Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs) prior to each flight. FAA regulations state that a pilot must be familiar with all available information concerning a flight. This includes having up-to-date charts and keeping them current. Updating your charts is as important as any other flight planning responsibility.


See the sample chart bulletin below. Concerning the 96th Edition of the Green Bay Sectional, the data is organized by category and date.

Sample Chart Bulletin

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