There are errors in the 1412 edition of the CIFP:

The following CIFP approaches have been cancelled and should not be used:

KDCA LDA R Rwy 19 (X19-R) KSLE LOC D Rwy 31 (L31-D)

Remove EA record PEBLA (K1) and remove sequence 0160 (PEBLA) from ER record V204. The airway segment starts with reporting point PAPPS (sequence 0150) and ends with reporting point PAIDS (sequence 0170).

Remove EA record EDENT (K7) and remove sequence 0270 (EDENT) from ER record V11. The airway segment starts with waypoint RIGCY (sequence 0260) and ends with VHF Navaid HLI (sequence 0280).

Waypoint YUGPU (K7) is missing from enroute airway (ER) V16 between waypoint WSTON (sequence 0910) and VHF Navaid HLI (sequence 0920).

Waypoint YUGPU (K7) is missing from enroute airway (ER) V54 between waypoint WSTON (sequence 0290) and VHF Navaid HLI (sequence 0300).

Waypoint NUJLE (K7) is missing from enroute airway (ER) V54 between VHF Navaid HLI (sequence 0300) and waypoint SULLY (sequence 0310).

Waypoint ZETUR (K7) is missing from enroute airway (ER) V94 between waypoint CRINK (sequence 0800) and waypoint VOSFY (sequence 0810).

Waypoint IKTIH (K5) is missing from enroute airway (ER) V410 between VHF Navaid PSI (sequence 0010) and waypoint SWWAN (sequence 0020).

Waypoint ZETUR (K7) is missing from enroute airway (ER) V535 between waypoint CRINK (sequence 0020) and waypoint VOSFY (sequence 0030).

These errors will be corrected for the 1413 edition of the CIFP.
Product ID:  CIFP

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Coded Instrument Flight Procedures (CIFP) formerly the National Flight Database (NFD) is a dataset, modeled to the Airlines Electronic Engineering Committee (AEEC) Aeronautical Radio Incorporated (ARINC) Navigation System Data Base (NDB) international standard (ARINC 424). The CIFP dataset can be used as a basis to support both En route and Terminal GPS navigation. Currently, ARINC 424 versions 13, 15 and 18 are provided. Version 18 supports WAAS RNAV (GPS) Approaches. The CIFP is raw data. It will require additional processing before it can be loaded into an avionics system. A data dictionary is not supplied with the CIFP dataset. For detailed ARINC 424 format specifications, go to

Elements included are: Airports and Heliports; VHF and NDB Navigation Aids; Fixes/Waypoints; Airways; Departure Procedures (DPs); Standard Terminal Arrival Procedures (STARs); GPS, RNAV (GPS) and GPS Overlay ("or GPS" in title) Standard Instrument Approach Procedures (SIAPs) with their associated Minimum Safe Altitude (MSA) data; Special Use Airspace (SUAs); and Controlled Airspace (Class B, C, and D).

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