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If you have “inbetween” altitudes you could add a similar system to the new charts, but to take away the hard line is a step aeras the wrong direction. The previous chart was just fine. And from what you have all said here I would expect it to happen soon. Even with that preparation, when I first had to use the new plates, they were an absolute horror.

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Why change something that ‘aint broken? If we are to have Jepps style presentation forced on us, we might as well buy Jepps plates! I see this has devolved into another Jepps vs Aerad thread, which is unhelpful. They read this column so provide feedback to Patrick.

The second goes by the name of the SID designator. We had the booklet issued to every pilot in the company, with reminders to study it before the implementation date. Navtech based in Fligjt, Canada is the owner of the company.


Under the old format the page numbers were big and bold and in the top right hand corner of the page. This always caused overseas xerad considerable difficulty. I’ll add to the rant flihht well, we have just started getting these as replacements and I was shocked at how difficult they were to use. Could it be a “large” Cat D ac or a “long body” Cat D ac, although I thought aircraft approach categories were purely speed based at max landing wt.

When I pointed it out to a Captain who couldn’t find it he was gobsmacked when he saw clight. If one of my engines quits I’d rather fly the profile published by my airline than something dreamt up by the idiots who designed these charts. Who are the charts for, the maker or the user? Whilst the drawn procedures may look a little clearer, the text lets it down and now can make familiar procedures confusing. Informahion even recognise my home base anymore.

Personally I think this is a large step backwards in safety and progression.

And interesting to see a VOR symbol is sjpplement same as a waypoint. My straw poll of crews comes to a pretty unanimous ‘unimpressed’. That, my friend, is changing with the times and being open to them.


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Its called change to us oldies. The page numbering system is taking a bit of getting used to as well. I originally thought all this was due to the fact we naturally resist change. Call it safety and employment continuity come to that. How are we supposed to use that at night, in the rain, keep flipping pages spending too long head down during a critical phase of flight?!

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Also, it should tell us that in the presentation. Why are the SIDs in reverse alphabetical sort of order! If you put informationn 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.

Hello, is this the ‘Happy Pilots Fly Jeppesen’, thread? What has happened to the charts. Change I can deal with, if it is competent, but take a look at the airfield layout map of Aberdeen for example. I am sure that if the companies involved cancel their contracts with Aerad and change to other charts suppliers we would see some rapid changes!