So Aerad also produces charts which go beyond the BA requirement, and it is gently expanding its available world coverage in balance with specific area. Aerad IFR Executive Chart Manuals from Pilot Warehouse – Aerad Charting – Aerad – Aerad Chart for IFR flying – Pilot Warehouse – IFR Charts – Aerad IFR. Pilot Warehouse provides individual airport Aerad IFR plate sets for published These charts offer comprehensive coverage fulfilling the needs of all IFR.
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Although I have only recently moved from the Jepps. Find More Posts by Spunky Monkey. To address some of the main criticisms above: I’m sure I’ll come across more when I actually use them.
They’ve also named the airfields after their name in the chartd lingo rather than English, so you’d better be able to remember you’re diverting to Wien and not Vienna when the cockpit fills up with smoke.
Aerad European IFR Enroute Charts
Thread Tools Show Printable Version. I must admit that I find them easier to read.
Questions If you are a professional pilot or your work involves professional aviation please use this forum for questions. Terrain contours with spot heights is an option and is much easier to produce by the way because it is supplied in the AIP.
Your Company should have warned you about this. The chart is rather disjointed in places and is certainly a small step backwards for now.
What has happened to the charts.
What’s with the chart numbers now? If you put the names in English, then they are all there in a standard ICAO language, if you put them in their own language, that’s going away from standard by utilising many different languages. I have no idea what a load of places are called in their own language – how do I find them?
Whyjelly; 6th Aug at Where has aerad gone. They are less haphazard than the old one, with the SSA in one place rather than in the corners or in a rose. If they are NAVTECH much better on the ground but hate any of the airbourne plates they are so difficult to understand and full of shall we say “differing” information from the origional Aerad plates, and I am used to using both Aerad and Jepps!
Aerad charts which were the best and clearest I have used. As a side note a quick glance at the PDF file posted above shows charts that are slightly more eligible than the two I had to read today, so certainly alot of variation dependent on the airfield being visited.
Find More Posts by K. Spunky, You can’t see the ILS frequency and ident unless you’re very young! Aerad UK was the only supplier that attempted to anglicize the names.
Half the print is unreadable even in my state of life. Enthusiasts, please use the ‘Spectators Balcony’ forum. We, over 50s need nice big numbering, lettering. Find More Posts by Facelookbovvered. In my coy nobody really liked the aerads.
It is retained for those airlines which prefer this format. Not good for the boys in the thick of it. Call it safety and employment continuity come to that. Names of places are in local language – disaster! Try telling an Italian airline that its capital city is Rome. On the old charts it had a note which explained about North Atlantic departures and if you had to get the oceanic clearance before departing depending on entry point. Slightly off topic here but correct me if i’m wrong: Find More Posts by Lauderdale.
Can’t even recognise my home base anymore. Lets call it globalisation.