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Wygene Chong 1089621
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Hi Michal,

 

Not wanting to add too much to your plate (so no rush), but as you've probably noticed, BIRD_CTR now covers the corridor of Greenlandic airspace to Canada above FL195.

 

viewtopic.php?f=8&t=66507

 

If a line were drawn in BGGL FIR at 70N from the Canadian border to 30W where it meets the existing BIRD_CTR border, then all of BGGL FIR south of that line is BIRD_CTR now as well (excluding a tip of Greenland, but that isn't shown anyway). I realise this might be a huge job as it changes the zoom factor on the country map for Iceland, as well as showing BIRD_CTR on both Iceland and Greenland ATC pages.

Wygene Chong

C1 Controller | Iceland | Greenland | Faroe Islands

VATSIM Scandinavia

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A new chart has just been to make it all a bit easier:

 

http://ww2.caa.is/media/PDF/AIRAC_AMDT_001_2015_08_JAN_2015.pdf

 

(Page 27).

 

The green lines show the sector splits while the dotted blue lines show the FIR boundaries as seen on vRoute at present. BIRD_CTR now covers the south, east and west sectors; a radar corridor between Europe and North America. BICC_FSS covers just the north sector, although it still provides a partial service in all four sectors as before, so nothing has changed there. Similarly, BGGL_FSS still covers the BGGL FIR in full.

Wygene Chong

C1 Controller | Iceland | Greenland | Faroe Islands

VATSIM Scandinavia

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