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Gary Cauley
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MVA Information

Fri May 15, 2015 6:17 am

I am beginning to study for APP Control and am looking for some information of Minimum Vector Altitudes around ZLA. I have searched the website and forums with no luck, and google did not bring back to much. I understand what an MVA is, but I was more looking for some solid numbers in different areas. Is this information available anywhere?

Thanks,
Gary Cauley

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Colin Levy
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Re: MVA Information

Fri May 15, 2015 8:26 am

I believe you are using VRC. If so, to get your minimum vectoring altitudes, you type .mva in the chat window

Enabling Low Boundaries in the View menu enables the MVA boundaries.

Let us know if this helps!
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