AERAD FLIGHT INFORMATION SUPPLEMENT PDF

Products 1 – 10 of 15 Buy Now · Navtech Europe Supplement. AERAD Buy Now · Navtech Flight Guide Poland to Urals, & to SE Europe to Greece &. AERAD. If you are a UK-based aviator you will know about Aerad, and you will also know about Jeppesen. If you are based anywhere else in the world you will know. In addition to Aerad’s range of Flight Guide Supplements a larger range of accessories have been brought out to complement the main guides. £ (Non- VAT.

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Aerad Flight Guides + Charts & Folders. Books 1,2,5,6,7

Whatever happened to the concept of customer service? Where has aerad gone. What “research” – no one’s asked ME!!! Its not been old! Quite agree, and it’s about to get worse.

The old alphanumeric page numbers were easy to deal with in the flight deck- giving them numerical page IDs only is a nice neat solution, like giving us rows of aerar switches and controls. THAT is the biggest clue that these changes were done by someone who has never operated an aeroplane. During the day bad at night nightmare.

Under the old format the page numbers were big and bold and in the top right hand corner of the page. Even with that local knowledge, I found the plates almost unusable. Help, can anyone help an old codger and point them in the right direction as suppement where the new legend is.

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Aerad Flight Information Supplement – IFR Supplements & Accessories – Pilot Warehouse

I am sure supplemetn if the companies involved cancel their contracts with Aerad and change to supplekent charts suppliers we would see some rapid changes! Why can’t we retain the lines on the altitudes if we prefer that presentation?

Over the years i have had my fair share of Jeppesen and they owt no better. Slightly off topic here but correct me if i’m wrong: And wouldn’t it be most helpful if the update list said something like “Replace all” when say Amsterdam was being updated flgiht it’s entirety?

Names of places are in local language – disaster! When did all this change. Ah Christ, See what happens just as you start to get old Tiny little paragraph states CAT A charts available upon request.

Did anyone see those cheap Jeppesen Supplement books they brought out last year in pretty colours. As ravfooty said, the EU-ops minima are now on the chart and most captains I’ve flown with afrad far have been unaware of the fact that the JAR-ops minima we use are at the back. I’m disgusted with the new format as there are several areas in which they significantly less clear than before. Corruption galore, as there must be money involved to get THIS stupid.

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The previous chart was just fine. Not good for the boys in the thick of it.: That, my friend, is changing with the times and being open to them. In fact i could say alot worse!: The latest UK inspired claptrap will be London Oxford plates.

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Well I used them for the first time today and they are pretty abysmal, took me 5 minutes to locate the ILS morse ident, took another 5 minutes to find the airfield elevation, the minima’s at the bottom are just bloody confusing, listing for the airfields we went to today anyway CAT III minima’s first.

They read this column so provide feedback to Patrick. In theory, the engine fail procedures on the plates should be specific to the company using them.

Old plate Cat B, C and D limit ‘ ms, new plate ‘ ms. I have no idea what a load of places are called in their own language – how do I find them? If I flew to the equivalent standard as these charts are, there’d be thousands of dead people behind me.

Having used these charts all summer I have to say that they are without doubt the worst IFR charts that I have ever seen Pretty poor proof-reading on the ones I have seen. Since the charts are tailored to specific airlines, why not tailor the names at the top of the charts as well?