aeronautical chart


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aeronautical chart

A specialized representation of mapped features of the Earth, or some part of it, produced to show selected terrain, cultural and hydrographic features, and supplemental information required for air navigation, pilotage, or for planning air operations.
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The broadcaster also aired footage of an aeronautical chart it said showed a Qatari fighter jet flying across the flight path of a just-passed Etihad airliner, both at 24,000 feet (8,000 metres).
One FAA reference that should be on every pilot's bookshelf--whether physical or electronic--is the Aeronautical Chart User's Guide.
As with any chart symbol you haven't seen before or don't recognize, you can easily find out what it represents on the chart legend or in the FAA's Aeronautical Chart User's Guide.
This upgrade includes a targeted set of FAA aeronautical chart basemaps and real-time weather data now accessible on the SkyRouter 3 platform -- widely regarded as the most intelligent fleet management tool in the industry.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 13, 2017-FAA aeronautical chart basemaps, real time weather data now available on interactive web portal
On the vendor side, leading aeronautical chart providers have started to team with geospatial information companies to enhance accuracy, information content, and interoperability of their products; for example, the same East View Geospatial teamed in 2012 with the younger Planet Observer, to distribute global and up-to-date terrain data.
Because we'd be flying outside our normal operating area, we thoroughly studied the map of our route on the Phoenix Sectional Aeronautical Chart.
Comair pilots who received an updated aeronautical chart of Lexington Blue Grass Airport have been told to exercise "extreme caution" when using the runways and taxiways where a Comair CRJ200 attempted to take off from the incorrect runway before crashing on Aug.
Tools that are critical to planning the mission are electronic aeronautical chart coverage and the combat flight planning system computer program.
The pylons being less than 300ft high are not required to be depicted on the aeronautical chart.
Aetna persuaded the trial judge that a defect in the design of an aeronautical chart manufactured by Jeppsen had caused an airplane insured by Aetna to crash at the Las Vegas airport.
For example: * National Weather Service pamphlets on hurricanes, thunderstorms, and other selected weather conditions * NOAA's National Ocean Service (NOS) nautical and aeronautical chart catalogs, sample charts, information on ocean currents of the world, and reprints of significant events in its history * Selected publications on endangered species, such as whales and porpoises * Information about the National Geodetic Survey and its mission * Information about the NOAA Corps, the Nation's seventh uniformed service.

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