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And from what you have all said here I would expect it to happen soon. SID altitude constraints are the worst for flight safety in my oppinion. Although I have only recently moved from the Jepps. I originally thought all this was due to the fact we naturally resist change. Maybe not so important, but doesn’t give any reassurance as to what else they have missed.

The page numbering system is taking a bit of getting used to as well. What’s with the chart numbers now? Having used these charts all summer I have to say that they are without doubt the worst IFR charts that I have ever seen The charts are full of errors, unclear and generally a joke.

The latest UK inspired claptrap will be London Oxford plates. It just makes it more time consuming to find info you want. Are they being like Gordon Brown, IE we know better than you plebs so get used to it. 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!

Lets call it globalisation.

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Perhaps the QA is the issue we should be concerned with? There is a further problem for those of us who use the Aerad executive manuals since within the same binder there are now three different formats of Aerad chart.


How and to whom do we complain? They read this column so provide feedback to Patrick. To address some of the main criticisms above: Why can’t we retain the lines on the altitudes if we prefer that presentation?

And wouldn’t it be most helpful if the update list said something like “Replace all” when say Amsterdam was being updated in it’s entirety? Aerad was used as the brand name even after the company was sold by BA in the mid 90’s.

Yes the company should have told us but they didn’t until we turned up for work, pulled out the new plates and phoned ops to say the plates were all wrong – they said oh but we told you all about them ages ago Yes, l am taking the pee. Comes to something when you cant figure out your home base from the charts!

I’ve only used the new charts a few times so I’m not really used to them flibht. 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. Why are the SIDs in reverse alphabetical sort of order!

Help, can anyone help an old codger and point them in the right direction as to where the new legend is. On the whole, I think the improvements are cancelled out by the new design flaws, leaving you wondering why they bothered As the security thread has shown, CHIRP awrad only effective as a way of telling other pilots, controllers and Engineers flightt a hazard.

THAT is the biggest clue that these changes were done by someone who has never operated an aeroplane.

It couldn’t be more close to the truth but at least we’re being listened to. Max Angle you are “so” right.

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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. On the downside, I agree that the fonts are small and spidery aerrad lines seem to have been drawn to minimise ink usage rather than maximise clarity. All radio beacons and waypoints are identical in depiction. Wrong approach levels for Orly, wrong coordinates for parking positions to name a few which I reported to them All crews I have spoken to are not too pleased with the changes.


What are these busts heights on the SIDs now? I want to know who the guy was that finished this new format, sat back and said, Quote: I for one would welcome the return to the old format.

So search under S for Amsterdam but still find Glasgow under G because it hasn’t got a name, should be fun lnformation Africa or Russia when you need to divert in a hurry. 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.

In particular the ident for the ils is hard to find far less read.

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Terrain contours with spot heights is an option and is much easier to produce by the aerwd because it is supplied in supplemeny AIP. Not user friendly at all and as has been said difficult to read and gather information from.

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.