VFR (visual flight rules) terminal area charts

TACs depict airspace designated as Class B. Although similar to sectional charts, TACs have more detail because the scale is larger. The TAC should be used by pilots intending to operate to or from airfields within or near Class B or Class C airspace. Scale 1 in = 3.43 NM/1:250,000.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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