A New Symbol for Stadiums on VFR Charts

The FAA has begun depicting stadiums that are covered by the blanket TFR for major sporting events–that is, stadiums with a capacity of at least 30,000 seats. The new stadium symbol, a red diamond with the label STADIUM or STADIUMS, appears VFR sectional and terminal area charts as shown in the examples from the Seattle charts below.

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The new symbol isn’t described in the current edtion of the Aeronautical Chart User’s Guide, but it does appear in the legend of updated VFR charts.

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You can find more information about this new symbol in document ACF-CG RD 17-02-311 (PDF) at the Aeronautical Charting Forum.

SkyVector.com Now Shows ‘Stadium TFRs’

SkyVector.com just announced that it depicts the so-called stadium TFRs (those covered by FDC NOTAM 9/5151). More information here.
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On a side note, although SkyVector.com technically remains an unofficial source of charts, weather, etc., it is linked as a source of charts at the Lockheed-Martin FSS web portal.