Personalized Pilot’s USA VFR Map

  • Aviator’s Map
  • Handmade
  • Width: 39.5 inches
  • Height: 27.5 inches
  • Made in the USA
  • 150 pins included
  • Personalized plaque


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Travel the skies of America and keep track of your travels with this US VFR Wall Planning Map. This framed and ready-to-hang US VFR Wall Planning Map contains aeronautical and topographical information for the continental United States, which is excellent for preflight planning!


This framed wall map for pilots and aviators, created by the FAA and specially updated here at Push Pin Travel Maps, covers most airports with 4,000′ runways or longer, radio aids to navigation, navaids, Class B airspace, MOAs, Restricted Areas and other special use airspaces, and much more! The airports are indicated on the map by their three-letter IDs, making it easy to plan your itinerary. Topographical data, including main highways and terrain, is shown over a shaded relief.


Our framed colorful Aeronautical map allows you to record many of the tiny airports you’ve visited on your trips around the United States. Before flying across the United States, use push pins to map out your route. This pinnable US VFR planning map is ideal for private pilots like Mike, co-owner of Push Pin Travel Maps, who want to keep track of all the little airports they’ve landed at while exploring the United States! Makes an excellent present for any aviation fan you know!


All of our maps are handcrafted in the United States, and we find great pleasure in each one.

To mark your map, each Push Pin Travel Map comes with 150 round colored push pins in a combination of Red, White, and Black.

With one of our custom plaques, you can personalize your Pilot’s Push Pin Trip Map. Each plaque is 3.25″W x 1.87″H and may accommodate up to three lines of centered text.


PLEASE NOTE: The plaque will be placed in the map’s lower left-hand corner. Please let us know if you would want the plaque to be placed somewhere else. The plaque’s placement may be seen in the close-up photo above.

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