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Having used these charts all summer I have to say that they are without doubt the worst IFR charts that I have ever seen What “research” – no one’s asked ME!!!
Looking at the chart quickly, I cannot see it reliably enough. In fact i could say alot worse! Never had these problems when I was a kid flying the DC9 back when planes were real with dials and switches, pencils and notepads to work out the sums.
I too find the new format confusing and difficult to read.
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And interesting to see a VOR symbol is the same as a waypoint. On the downside, I agree that the fonts are small and spidery and lines seem to have been drawn to minimise ink usage rather than maximise clarity. Now, in the new style, there is one chart for taxiways, and a separate chart displaying holding points! I think the CAA need to get involved here and start regulating these things. We believe we have taken a step into the future usually accompany a premium rate phone number for customer support.: Ah Christ, See what happens just as you start to get old They have complicated the missed approach procedures beyond belief, among other things.: May I come in?
Terrain contours with spot heights is an option and is much easier to produce by the way because it is supplied in the AIP.
OK if your FMS does your hold for you but even more brain cells used if you do not have that luxury. As ravfooty said, the EU-ops minima are now on the chart and most captains I’ve flown with so far have been unaware of the fact that the JAR-ops minima we use are at the back. The EDI 24 departure is not even giving you a flkght, or a supppement.
Its called change to us oldies. Cat A as I understand, is a Vat of 91kts or less, please correct me if I’m wrong, the definition is from an old Pan Ops book! The eng fail bit on the SID is indeed bizarre. They are less haphazard than the old one, with the SSA in one place rather than in the corners or in a rose.
Yes, l am taking the pee. It also doesn’t give QFE but that is no great loss.
We need a serious competitor to Jeppesen who supplwment overcharge you: The information infofmation at the top of the approach plate for example is useful if you need imformation brief in a hurry. I guess with all of these things it’s a matter of getting used to it, to train the eyes where to look for the info.
The manufacturer will then go bust. Old plate Cat B, C and D limit ‘ ms, new plate ‘ ms. There must be some way of having these charts withdrawn until some standardisation is made Hi Gents Many thanks for your constructive comments although as usual some have tried to turn it into Aerad v Jeppesen debate. Its like calling East Midlands, “Nottingham”, no one can find it, which is why it changed its name back to East Midlands.
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No mention of this at all. Not sure if it is as a result of this.
Aviation is the most unintelligent profession I have ever been involved with! Where have all the notes gone at the bottom of the charts. The idiot that thought these up, has never been in a cockpit that’s for sure! I for one have phoned these guys at Walton on Thames and got the story first hand. On the whole, I think informatiom improvements are cancelled out by the new design flaws, leaving you wondering why they bothered Over the years i have had my fair share of Jeppesen and they flightt no better.
Even the youngsters are confused! They read this column so provide feedback to Patrick. I certainly agree they are shocking.
So rather than looking for a relevant VOR or NDB now you have to study the frequencies – not difficult sure, but not as simple as informatin. Used both and think Aerad charts are for flying schools and girls: It is completely ineffective as a way of enforcing regulatory change. Just set up for what we already know, full stop.
SID altitude constraints are the worst informatiom flight safety in my oppinion. Whatever happened to the concept of customer service? Are they being like Gordon Brown, IE we know better than you plebs so get used to it. Let the manufacturer enjoy the experience of SRG coming and visiting, as regularly as possible. The page numbering system is taking a bit flightt getting used to as well. Change I can deal with, if it is competent, but take a look at the airfield layout map of Aberdeen for example.
Why the hell do Nav Aids look like waypoints?
Fortunately, I fly into LGW so aerax I can leave the charts in the place they can do the most good, Right under the cup holders