John Denker wrote:

> Here's another fun way of mapping airspace:  You can get sectional
> charts in the form of .tif files from:
> This is a low priority for me, because I am content to 
> reproject all rasters to a common SRS using gdalwarp.  That
> does everything I need it to do.

BTW, as a quick script-fun-project I've reprojected these maps into WGS84,
but as you can see from this QGIS screenshot:

....  there's still a lot of work to be done for clipping off the
legends, which, obviously, has to be performed _before_ re-projecting,
before you'll be able to create a seamless map of the entire US.

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