Swiss Radar LSAZ
In this section you can find all the information about Swiss Radar (LSAZ_CTR).
Low Sectors of LSAZ
|LSAZ_N_CTR||136.150 Mhz||SFC - 240|
|LSAZ_E_CTR||133.900 Mhz||SFC - 240|
|LSAZ_S_CTR||128.050 Mhz||SFC - 240|
|LSAZ_W_CTR||135.675 Mhz||SFC - 240|
High Sectors of LSAZ
|LSAZ_M1_CTR||133.050 Mhz||250 - 320|
|LSAZ_M2_CTR||133.405 Mhz||250 - 280|
|LSAZ_M3_CTR||132.815 Mhz||290 - 320|
|LSAZ_M4_CTR||134.605 Mhz||330 - 350|
|LSAZ_M5_CTR||132.835 Mhz||360 - 370|
|LSAZ_M6_CTR||133.690 Mhz||380 - UNL|
The whole Swiss airspace uses the RVSM Flightlevel System. It is important to note that, unlike most countries, we do not use the East/West reference to determine the flight level, but instead we use the North/South System:
southbound : the pilot has to fly on an odd level
northbound : the pilot has to fly on an even level
This system is also used in other South European countries, such as France, Italy, Spain and Portugal.
In Switzerland there is no airspace ALPHA, BRAVO and FOXTROTT.
In Switzerland, the GOLF airspace is from Ground to 2000ft AGL.
Note that the GOLF airspace may go all through the ECHO airspace, as 2000ft AGL can be higher than FL130.