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active 2017-11-09 London/Stansted (EGSS), London/Luton (EGGW), Cambridge (EGSC), RNAV STAR from South-West, STAR amendments to the North-West

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Effective 09 November 2017

 

As part of the SAIP - the following STAR changes are made for aircraft arriving at London/Stansted, London/Luton and Cambridge from the South-West.

In addition, changes to the STAR structure from the North-West are introduced.

 

New STAR

TELTU1L

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Withdrawn STARs

ASKEY2M/LOREL2M

ASKEY2N/LOREL2N

ASKEY2P/LOREL2P

 

 

Modified STARs

ASKEY4F/LOREL4F these STARS are truncated at LISTO and resignated ASKEY5F/LOREL5F

 

 

The UK Sector File has been updated to contain these changes ; the crib sheets, vMATS part 2s and other documentation will be updated in a forthcoming AIRAC cycle.

Edited by Chris Pawley

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