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|30 NOV 2023
|AIRAC AMDT 002/2023
|This edition of the AIP accommodates editorial changes to the following documents:
- GEN 1.7
- GEN 3.5
- ENR 3.1
- TXKF AD 2.12
- TXKF AD 2.20
- TXKF AD 2.24 charts:
- Aerodrome Chart ICAO
- APRON I / VII
- APRON III
- APRON IV
- APRON V
- APRON VI
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|20 APR 2023
|AIRAC AMDT 001/2023
|First edition of the Bermuda AIP in eAIP format.
|11 AUG 2022
|AIRAC AMDT 003/2022
|19 MAY 2022
|AIRAC AMDT 002/2022
|22 APR 2021
|AIRAC AMDT 2/21
|28 JAN 2021
|AIRAC AMDT 1/21
|15 JUN 2023
|Temporary replacement information for TXKF Section AD 2.10 of the AIP Bermuda.
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