In aviation, a waypoint is a predetermined geographical position that is defined in terms of latitude/longitude coordinates (altitude is ignored). Waypoints may be a simple named point in space or may be associated with existing navigational aids, intersections, or fixes.
Waypoints used in aviation are given five-letter names. These names are meant to be pronounceable or have a mnemonic value, so that they may easily be conveyed by voice. In some cases the names correspond to a notable feature or landmark in the area (for example, a waypoint near Newton, Iowa has the name "MATAG"; Newton was the birthplace of the appliance manufacturer Maytag).
|Waypoint LOGLO||Latitude: 50.240833 Longitude: -107.610000|
|Waypoint KEPVA||Latitude: 54.165889 Longitude: -110.193300|
|Waypoint JA424||Latitude: 48.074808 Longitude: 10.163986|
|Waypoint CHERY||Latitude: -12.533333 Longitude: 140.000000|
|Waypoint PIDSO||Latitude: 60.466667 Longitude: -58.000000|
|Waypoint GISAT||Latitude: 49.643500 Longitude: 9.950167|
|Waypoint CEFOU||Latitude: 47.737222 Longitude: -69.000000|
|Waypoint PELGU||Latitude: 49.838889 Longitude: -64.535556|