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Supplemeent 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 I pity anyone not familiar with the place trying to navigate by this chart and can’t understand why it hasn’t being withdrawn yet.

Setting the block altitude in black being retained is a good idea. Have they had any pilot input to put these together?

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Where have all the notes gone at the bottom of the charts. I’m not against change, I just dont understand what was gained by changing everthing.: Names of places are in local language – disaster!

Who the hell are this morons, why have they been allowed to get away with this.


I see the format has been brought out for LHR and the taxi chart is frankly a disgrace. Are they being like Gordon Brown, Informatoin we know better than you plebs so get used to it. Did you guys work out the minimums? They apparently had been sent the legend but it didn’t find its way to me in time, so i hold my hand up.: In my coy nobody really liked the aerads.

Lets call it globalisation.

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It is so faint it is basically a watermark on the page. Quite agree, and it’s about to get worse. O I’m now enjoying updating my knowledge of the plates, just like all those years before. All radio beacons and waypoints are identical in depiction.

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There seem to be areas of improvement: One of our pilots reckons they are about to start sorting all the charts by airfield name, if it has one, instead of city. On the whole, I think the improvements are cancelled out by the new design flaws, leaving you wondering why they bothered All crews I have spoken to are not too pleased with the changes. When did all this change. So search under Fliggt for Amsterdam but still find Glasgow under G because it hasn’t got a informahion, should be fun over Africa or Russia when you need to divert in a hurry.

I couldn’t find one on board.

In a hurry I will probably die. The previous chart was just fine. For instance Biggin Hill is flighr the “new” format, Farnborough is in the “previous” format and the airfields in northern France are in the “format before that”.


I live in fear of the day I have to go somewhere for the first time with these plates!: The latest UK inspired claptrap will be London Oxford plates. Read all the above carefully ,agree with most, but my main point is that this amendment doesn’t cover Cat A aircraft. 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.

How and to whom do we complain?

And another thing – which idiot proof read these plates numerous errors pages missing etc etc. Help, can anyone help an old codger and point them in the right direction as to where fligth new legend is.

Wien is the ground! OK if your FMS does your hold for you but even more brain cells used if you do not have that luxury.