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SHEET 3 - NORTHERN IRELAND


Amendments for Sheet 3 Northern Ireland

Edition 12 effective 09 Sep 2021

The chart updates listed below are collected from a number of sources, and considered to be as reliable as possible. The Civil Aviation Authority whilst exercising great care in the compilation of this information, will not be responsible either for the accuracy or omissions therein. In the interests of safety, reference should always be made to the UK AIP, AICs, NOTAM and Pre-Flight Information Bulletins.

Chart users should refer here for the current list of En-Route Air Navigation Obstacles within the UK.
OBSTACLES WITHIN IRELAND: refer only to the Ireland AIP here.

Amendments already effective

Reference Effective Details of Amendment
0000 09/09/2021 New Edition
The latest edition of this VFR Chart will be/was released on 09 Sep 2021, and will be available for purchase from the usual stockists from this date. At this point amendments listed on this website are only applicable to the latest edition.
04512 07/10/2021 UK AIP ENR 5.4 – AIR NAVIGATION OBSTACLES
The minimum height for land-based obstacles depicted on the VFR Charts has changed from 300ft AGL to 100M (328ft) AGL. As before, a small number of obstacles below this height are shown for landmark purposes.
04909 02/12/2021 ISLE OF MAN (EGNS)
Civil aero site at 540500N 0043724W: amend elevation from 52ft AMSL to 53ft AMSL.
04924b 24/02/2022 UK AIP ENR 2.1 - AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES AIRSPACE - BERRY HEAD, NITON, STRANGFORD CTAs
Berry Head CTA 1 and CTA 2 - add '(MNM ALT 5500')' to annotations on chart, Niton CTA 4 - add '(MNM ALT 5500')' to annotations, Strangford CTA 12 - add '(MNM ALT 5000')' to annotations.
05330 14/07/2022 BELFAST (OY) NDB
NDB 0Y 332 at 544133.53N 0060507.30W: delete due to withdrawal from service.

Amendments yet to become effective

Reference Effective Details of Amendment
06351 20/04/2023 VISUAL REFERENCE POINTS (VRP)
Review of VRPs in the northern half of the UK. Various changes including removal of some VRPs, introduction of new VRPs and renaming of other VRPs. Further information to follow.