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Magnetic Track Altitude Requirements
New Zealand Flight Information Region (FIR)
The pilot of any aircraft operating in the New Zealand FIR must fly at prescribed altitudes or flight levels, set out below.
The pilot of an aircraft, other than a glider or hang-glider, operating under VFR in level cruising flight at more than 3000ft AMSL or 1000ft AGL (whichever is the higher) is required to fly at an altitude or FL appropriate to the track as specified in Table ENR 1.7-2: New Zealand FIR Table of Cruising Levels.
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