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Why the hell do Nav Aids look like waypoints? Max Angle you are “so” right. We, over 50s need nice big numbering, lettering.

I’ve only used the new charts a few times so I’m not really used to them yet. The latest UK inspired claptrap will be London Oxford plates. It is retained for those supplemeny which prefer this format.

The page numbering system is taking a bit of getting used to as well.

Try telling an Italian airline that its capital city is Rome. But why were the chart users not consulted over this change?

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Why change something that ‘aint broken? Not user friendly at all and as has been said difficult to read and gather information from.

Now the page informationn is in microscopic print in the top centre. I have now “lived” with these charts for a couple of weeks. Why are the notes now scattered all over the shop, instead of being in a neat numbered list as before? I have to agree the new charts are a complete shambles. 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.


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. Who are the charts for, iinformation maker or the user? In all truth my Ops Support department helped me out and supplied me with the correct docs. What “research” – no one’s asked ME!!! Glad to be a Jepp user again.: 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.

What’s with the chart numbers now?

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Where has the concept of customer service gone? I too find the new format confusing and difficult to read. OFP, I’m still getting old, happy to embrace change for the better, have learned a few things in recent years from the “youngsters” in the way that their skills have been taught in the 21st century and have adopted a few of them myself as they were better than the way my experience has had me operate.

Terrain contours with spot heights is an option and is much easier to produce by the way because it is supplied in the AIP. Ah Christ, See what happens just as you start to get old I suppose the relevant question to ask is did anyone consult the users ie the pilots concerning these proposed changes?


They don’t get better, they make me angry and therefore we have stopped briefing the nonsense. Read all the above carefully ,agree with most, but my main point is that this amendment doesn’t cover Cat Ifnormation aircraft. Names of places are in local language – disaster!

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They are cluttered, the font is too fine, they dont flow or present the information in a way that is easily readable. If you put the 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. 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.

What has happened to the charts. During the day bad at night nightmare. May be I’m just gettign old and don’t like change but I really prefer the older style, they just seem so clearyou know exactly where to look for the information you require, nice bold fonts used where necessary.

I am happy to move with the times for the better but this is, in my humble opinion and speaking purely for myself, not one that I am likely to embrace that willingly. But my biggest query has to be why the MSA at my local airport is now lower