On Fri, 23 Sep 2011, John Denker wrote:

> Here's another fun way of mapping airspace:  You can get sectional
> charts in the form of .tif files from:
> http://www.aeronav.faa.gov/index.asp?xml=aeronav/applications/VFR/chartlist_sect
John, do you know if they provide a version of that data that can be 
zoomed "infinitely" without pixelating?  (ie. a vector based version of 
the same map)



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