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active 2018-12-06 Inverness (EGPE) Frequency Update

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Chris Pawley

Effective 06 December 2018

The following frequencies are amended or converted to 8.33 kHz spacing:

Inverness Approach 122.600 becomes 122.605 due to 8.33 kHz spacing restrictions, we are unable to replicate this. Therefore the existing frequency is retained as it is the closest usable frequency.

Inverness Tower 118.400 becomes 118.405 due to 8.33 kHz spacing restrictions, we are unable to replicate this. Therefore the existing frequency is retained as it is the closest usable frequency.

The Inverness Crib Sheet will be updated in a coming cycle to reflect these changes..

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