Oct. 5, 2017
Beginning Thursday, Oct. 12 at 0400z, airways G448 between TADPO and MTH will no longer be an available route option regardless of aircraft equipment or destination.
The previous single airway, G448, has been replaced by two laterally separated RNAV airways, Y442 and Y183. The design is intended to reduce delays for aircraft climbing out of and descending into the Miami Terminal area.
- Y442 southbound only
- Y183 northbound only
- These new Yankee routes are RNAV airways.
- Aircraft must be properly equipped to fly them. The Y-Routes are designated RNAV 2 with GNSS required
- Aircraft without the minimum equipment will be routed via the MAXIM/CANOA or URSUS/TANIA Intersections
- No exceptions will be made
New Cuba SIDs and STARs
All Cuba SIDS and STARS that pertain to aircraft transitioning from Miami Center airspace have been changed from 7 characters to 6 characters.
- MUHA – ENTRY1, AFFIL2, JUGAR1
- MUVR – GOLFO2, BANAO2
- MUSC – KIPUS3, SILGO3, IMASA2, NUBOR2
- MUCF – URKON3, SEGOL3
- MUCC – RESIT2, SIKNI2
- MUCM – SATOG3, SATOG4, DASUG2, PERMU2
- MUHG – BEMUV2, SAXIM2, KEKSA2, XOSOT2
- MUCU – MUNKO1, SENSO1
- MUHA – AFFIL1, FARAC3
- MUVR – NOXIL1, PESBI2
- MUSC – DEMSA3, NUBOR1, SELOG2, ETLAS3
- MUCF – DUPEB3, VITAK3, BOSON3
- MUCC – PIDNA2, BIMBI2, BONIB2, RESIT3
- MUCM – BOKTO1, PETMU1, KANID2, SATOG2
- MUHG – XOSOT1, PEMDA1, KEKSA1, BEMUV1
- MUCU – KINIS1, KINIS2
With these airway changes, all routes in and out of Cuba that enter or traverse Miami Center airspace have been revised. All overflight routes have also been revised as well to take into account the new RNAV “Y” airways.
Review details on all revised routes and procedures. (PDF)