1. SLOP procedure description changed to “either 1 or 2 NM right of centerline” (removed the mention of flying course centerline if automatic offset programming capable) Chart 1, Panel #9, bottom.
2. No oceanic clearance required prior to entering New York Oceanic (OCA) airspace. “If any difficulty is encountered obtaining the elements of the Oceanic Clearance, the pilot should not hold while awaiting a Clearance unless so instructed by ATC. The pilot should proceed on the cleared route into MNPS Airspace and continue to request the Clearance elements needed.” See chart 2, panel #1 bottom.
3. Except for Shanwick OCA, flights may enter other North Atlantic Oceanic Control Areas whilst pilots are awaiting receipt of a delayed Oceanic Clearance. Pilots should always endeavour to obtain Oceanic Clearance prior to entering these other North Atlantic Oceanic Control Areas; however, if any difficulty is encountered the pilot should not hold while awaiting Clearance unless directed by Air Traffic Control (ATC). Chart 1, panel #11, middle.