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I have to agree the new charts are a complete shambles. Why can’t we retain the lines on the altitudes if we prefer that presentation? Spunky Monkey, Wein is what you drink on the ground. And wouldn’t it be most helpful if the update list said something like “Replace all” when say Informaton was being updated in it’s entirety?
May I come in? Why change something that ‘aint broken?
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Names of places are in local language – disaster! In general I find the new format pretty easy to get my head around.
As the security thread has shown, CHIRP is only effective as a way of telling other pilots, controllers and Engineers about a hazard. SID altitude constraints are the worst for flight safety in my oppinion.
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If this is correct then surely the above quote from an earlier post should be of some concern? The idiot that thought these up, has never been in a cockpit that’s for sure! However, using these charts I now aeradd whilst some details are clearer, the text especially is too small and a struggle to read in a darkened cockpit.
There is now the “new” format, the “previous” format and the “format before that”.
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Let the manufacturer enjoy the experience of SRG coming and visiting, as regularly as possible. The latest UK inspired claptrap will be London Oxford plates. Aerad was used as the brand name even after the company was sold by BA in the mid 90’s. But why were the chart users not consulted over this change?
Why are the SIDs in reverse alphabetical sort of order! Yes, l am taking the pee. They supplemeng this column so provide feedback to Patrick. I am sure we can all figure out who their employees are on this thread, Flivht suggest they prepare their cvs immediately. All crews I have spoken to are not too pleased with the changes. Who are the charts for, the maker or the user? For this reason my airline has chosen to stay with Jar-Ops until Aerad have finished introducing the Aerochart standard and has issued guidance that the EU-Ops minima cannot be used.
In my coy nobody really liked the aerads. You sure about that? Also noticed a number of symbols that appear but have no ref at all in the handy little aeard explaining the legends etc! To quote their intro splurge in the info booklet my company gave out to us about a month ago; “The focus of our development has been to create a modern informztion specification, taking into consideration recent research and our vast experience as a chart maker.
In theory, the engine fail procedures on the plates should be specific to the company using them. What “research” – no one’s asked ME!!!
In particular the ident for the ils is hard to find far less read. Even the youngsters are confused! 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 before.
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Wien is the ground! Looking at the chart quickly, I cannot see it reliably enough. Companies which wanted Jepps style presentation, bought Jepps plates.