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active 2018-12-06 London/Heathrow (EGLL) STAR redesignated

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Chris Pawley

Effective 06 December 18

 

LAM3A STAR is redesignated LOGAN1H in line with ICAO standard format.

 

There is no change to routing.

 

The Sector File version 2018/13 contains these changes; other documentation will be updated in a coming cycle.

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