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Not user friendly at all and as has been said difficult to read and gather information from. A committee with a cast of thousands. Perhaps the QA is the issue we should be concerned with?

Why are the notes now scattered all over the shop, instead of being in a neat numbered list as before? I must admit that I find them easier to read. With the fairly large caveat that I have yet use them in a darkened cockpit I actually rather like them and would say with a little tweaking large character font in some places for instance that they are an improvement on the old charts but still nothing like as good as the original spec.

Read all the above carefully ,agree with most, but my main point is that this amendment doesn’t cover Cat A aircraft. Even with that local knowledge, I found the plates almost unusable. 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.

Are they being like Gordon Brown, IE we know better than you plebs so get used to it. As the security thread has shown, CHIRP is only effective as a way of telling other pilots, controllers and Informatioon about a hazard. 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!


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The layout and supplemen are often just crap, poorly thought out and a safety hazard. I for one would welcome the return to the old format.

Names of places are in local language – disaster! No mention of this at all. So search under S for Amsterdam but still find Glasgow under G because it hasn’t got earad name, should be fun over Africa or Russia when you need to divert in a hurry.

What are these busts heights on the SIDs now? 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 identical switches and controls.

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If these infofmation cause a safety hazard, MOR it! Fortunately, I fly into LGW so often I can leave the charts in the place they can do the most good, Right under the cup holders Also the takeoff minimas looks jeppesen style now: How much consultation was taken with the people who actually use these things?

Many thanks spuplement your constructive comments although as usual some have tried to turn it into Aerad v Jeppesen debate. 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. On a positive note the ground pages are more concise.

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.

But why were the chart users not consulted over this change? 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 chart specification, taking into consideration recent research and our vast experience as a chart maker.


Hi Gents Many thanks for your constructive comments although as usual some have tried to turn it into Aerad v Jeppesen debate. Whether these are actually available in Europe I don’t know. We had the booklet issued to every pilot in the company, with reminders to study it before the implementation date. It is retained for those airlines which prefer this format Green is hard to see against black in the lighting of cockpits in the dark.

I’ve just had a look at the powerpoint presentation, not seen a real chart yet, but there are some improvements over current Aerad charts.

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Slightly off topic here but correct me if i’m wrong: For instance Biggin Hill is in the “new” format, Farnborough is in the “previous” format and the airfields in northern France are in the “format before that”.

We believe we have taken a step into the future usually accompany a premium rate phone number for customer support.: I’ll add to the rant as well, we have just started getting these as replacements and I was shocked at how difficult they were to use.

During the day bad at night nightmare. They apparently had been sent the legend but it didn’t find its way to me in time, so i hold my hand up.: I’ve only used the new charts a few times so I’m not really used supplemfnt them yet.

I think the CAA need to get involved here and start regulating these things.