Pacific Organized Track System

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The Pacific Organised Track System (PACOTS) comprises airways used primarily for travel between Asia and the west coast of North America.[1] Similar to the North Atlantic Tracks, PACOTS routes are flexible due to jet streams. Eastbound tracks are numbered while westbound ones are lettered.

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  1. ^ "PACOTS Flight Planning Guidance" (PDF). Federal Aviation Administration. Retrieved 24 July 2017.