GEN 2.3  Chart symbols

1  Aerodromes

1.1  Charts other than approach charts
Civil (land)
Civil (water)
Joint civil and military (land)
Joint civil and military (water)
Military (land)
Military (water)
Emergency aerodrome or aerodrome with no facilities
Sheltered anchorage
1.2  Approach charts
The aerodrome on which the procedure is based
Aerodromes affecting the traffic pattern on theaerodrome on which the procedure is based
1.3  Aerodrome charts
Hard surface runway
Unpaved runway

2  Aerodrome installations and lights

Aerodrome reference point (ARP)
Taxiways and parking areas
Control tower
Point light
Marine light
Obstacle light
Aeronautical ground light
Wind direction indicator (lighted)
Wind direction indicator (unlighted)
Landing direction indicator (lighted)
Landing direction indicator (unlighted)

3  Miscellaneous

Highest elevation on chart
Group obstaclesNote.– Numerals in italics indicate elevation of top of obstacle above sea level. Upright numerals in parentheses indicate height above specified datum.
Restricted airspace (prohibited, restricted or danger areas)
Common boundary of two areas
Transmission line or overhead cable