How would I know? I can't read anything other than raw numbers in that document so
no way to judge whether it's supposed to be comprehensive.
I'm just telling you what I do know. DME/P uses the same frequencies world-wide.
Maybe Luxemburg doesn't use DME at all at any of its airports, but that seems unlikely.
The aircraft don't care what country they're flying in and out of.
You and I have already had this discussion in another thread. If you want
an authoritative answer, then contact your own country's regulatory agency
(probably listed in that document) and ask them directly.
Last edited by Daemon; May 01, 2011 at 07:59 PM.
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