The sector map below shows the entire Reykjavik Control Area (CTA) and its neighbours. Both the BGGL and BIRD FIRs are combined to form the CTA, which is further split into sectors north, east, south and west. The CTA sectors are NOT the same as the FIR boundaries.
The radar corridor between Europe and North America is within the BIRD_CTR sectors. No position reports are required when under BIRD_CTR (but you still need oceanic clearance).
|BIRD_CTR||Reykjavik Control||South, East and West Sectors Combined||Iceland, Central Greenland & Faroe Islands||See Sectors|
|BIRD_S_CTR||Reykjavik Control South||South Sector||Iceland||Top Down|
|BIRD_E_CTR||Reykjavik Control East||East Sector||Faroe Islands||Top Down|
|BIRD_W_CTR||Reykjavik Control West||West Sector||Central Greenland||Above FL195|
|BICC_FSS||Iceland Radio||North Sector (Position Reports) + All Reykjavik CTA Inbound Oceanic Clearances
+ All Greenland Outbound Oceanic Clearances when BGGL_FSS is offline
+ West Sector with position reports when BIRD_CTR is offline.
+ Coordinating departing oceanic clearances with AFIS airports
|Northern Greenland||Above FL195|
|BGGL_FSS||Søndrestrøm Information||BGGL FIR (Position Reports)||Greenland||Top Down below FL195|
|EURI_FSS||Eurocontrol Islands||South and East Sectors||Iceland & Faroe Islands||Above FL245|
|CZQX_FSS||Gander Radio||North Atlantic Oceanic (Position Reports)||Southern Greenland||Above FL195|
Map created by Anders Moen (Procedural Adviser – Reykjavik CTA)