ATC Station

LBSR_CTR131.22Sofia Control (Main or West Sector)
LBSR_E_CTR129.10Sofia Control East Sector (High Traffic Loads)
LBSR_V_CTR134.70Sofia Varna Control (Main or East sector)
LBSR_B_CTR132.95Sofia Varna East Control (High Traffic Loads)
LBSR_I_CTR130.60Sofia Information
LBSF_APP123.70Sofia Approach
LBWN_APP124.60Varna Approach
LBBG_APP125.10Burgas Approach
LBSF_TWR118.10Sofia Tower
LBWN_TWR119.50Varna Tower
LBBG_TWR118.00Burgas Tower
LBPD_TWR133.60Plovdiv Tower
LBGO_TWR133.50Gorna Tower
LBBG_ATIS126.97Burgas ATIS
LBPD_ATIS127.20Plovdiv ATIS

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