Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. See our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. See our Privacy Policy and User Agreement for details. Published on Aug 17,

Author:Akijora Kelar
Language:English (Spanish)
Published (Last):3 August 2009
PDF File Size:7.18 Mb
ePub File Size:6.48 Mb
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]

Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. See our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. See our Privacy Policy and User Agreement for details. Published on Aug 17, SlideShare Explore Search You. Submit Search. Successfully reported this slideshow. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads.

You can change your ad preferences anytime. Manual Jeppesen. Upcoming SlideShare. Like this document? Why not share! Embed Size px. Start on. Show related SlideShares at end.

WordPress Shortcode. Carlos Delgado , -- Follow. Published in: Sports. Full Name Comment goes here.

Are you sure you want to Yes No. Browse by Genre Available eBooks Show More. El Yess. Diego Veliz. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Manual Jeppesen 1. The chart training guide is published as a service for pilots train- ing with Jeppesen charts. It is intended for reference only and includes some of the most commonly used symbology.

Not all symbology is included with this guide. This guide is revised reg- ularly; however, some variance may exist between this guide and current chart services. Some of the charts used in this guide are based on a fictitious location.

The chart training guide has been designed as supplementary training material and is not intended for navigation. For complete product information regarding coverages, services, and pricing, please contact: www.

I Below is a complete list of the standard contents of Airway Manual. Limited or special coverages may not con- tain all items, but that material which is included should be arranged in the order outlined. No attempt has been made to list all the terms of basic aeronautical nomenclature. An arrow or vertical bar, that is omitted on all new pages, tables of contents, tabular listings and graphics, indicates changes.

NOTE: Air traffic control service provides a much more complete service than air traffic advisory ser- vice; advisory areas and routes are therefore not established within controlled airspace, but air traffic advisory service may be provided below and above control areas.

An ATF is used to ensure all radio equipped aircraft oper- ating within the area, normally within a 5 NM radius of the airport, are listening on a common frequency. The ATF is normally the ground station frequency.

Where a ground station does not exist, a common frequency is designated. Vref , VS0 , and the maximum certificated landing weight are those values as established for the aircraft by the certification authority of the country of registry. An aircraft shall fit in only one category. If it is necessary to maneuver at speeds in excess of the upper limit of a speed range for a category, the minimums for the next higher category should be used.

For example, an aircraft which falls in Category A, but is circling to land at a speed in excess of 91 knots, should use the approach Category B minimums when circling to land. Category B Speed 91 knots or more but less than knots. Category C Speed knots or more but less than knots.

Category D Speed knots or more but less than knots. Category E Speed knots or more. These speed ranges have been assumed for use in calcu- lating airspace and obstacle clearance for each pro- cedure. Deviations are listed in the Air Traffic Control section. In a few countries, the air- port elevation is determined at the airport reference point. ASR provides range and azimuth information but does not provide elevation data.

Coverage of the ASR can extend up to 60 miles. NOTE: The aerodrome from which a flight departs may also be an enroute or a destination alternate aerodrome for that flight. Indicated Altitude — The Altitude as shown by an altimeter. On a pressure barometric altimeter it is altitude as shown uncorrected for instru- ment error and uncompensated for variation from standard atmospheric conditions.

When the tower is open, ATIS information and the hourly weather will be broadcast. When the tower is closed, one-minute weather information updates are broad- cast, and the controller can add overnight ATIS information to the ASOS automated voice weather message. It is designed to support aviation operations and weather fore- cast activities.

The ASOS provides continuous minute-by-minute observations and performs the basic observing functions necessary to generate an aviation routine weather report METAR and other aviation weather information. AWOS-1 Usually reports altimeter setting, wind data, temperature, dewpoint and density altitude. The AWSS sensor suite automatically collects, measures, pro- cesses, and broadcasts surface weather data includ- ing altimeter setting, temperature and dew point, cloud height and coverage, visibility, present weather rain, drizzle, snow , rain accumulation, freezing rain, thunderstorms, fog, mist, haze, freezing fog, as well as wind speed, direction, and gusts.

Braking action is reported in terms of good, fair, poor, or nil. Entries are published until the temporary condition no longer exists, or until the permanent change appears on revised charts. All times are local unless otherwise indicated. Chart Change Notices are only an abbreviated service. They are designated on aeronautical charts by solid triangles or filed in a flight plan as fixes selected to define direct routes.

Category 1: Permanently plannable CDR during designated times. Category 3: Not plannable. Usable only when directed by ATC. The intended direction of flight in the horizontal plane measured in degrees from north. The ILS localizer signal pattern usually specified as front course or back course.

The intended track along a straight, curved, or segmented MLS path. NOTE: a. The required visual reference means that sec- tion of the visual aids or of the approach area which should have been in view for sufficient time for the pilot to have made an assessment of the aircraft position and rate of change of posi- tion, in relation to the desired flight path.

The DCL service shall be initiated by the aircrew at a suitable time between Ti and Tt where: Ti — the earliest time at which a DCL service can be initiated; Tt — the latest time after which an aircrew, having not completed the DCL service, is still able to receive by voice procedures and in due time, the vocal departure clearance.

Operations Spec- ifications are established and formalized by FARs. Operations Specifications are subject to expeditious changes. These changes are usually too time critical to adopt through the regulatory process. Flight Information Service FIS — A service provided for the purpose of giving advice and information useful for the safe and efficient con- duct of flights.

Alerting Service — A service provided to notify appropriate organizations regarding aircraft in need of search and rescue aid, and assist such organizations as required.

Visual ground aids, such as VASI, which provide vertical guidance for a VFR approach or for the visual portion of an instrument approach and landing. The system provides highly accurate position and velocity information, and precise time, on a continuous global basis, to an unlimited number of properly equipped users. The system is unaffected by weather, and provides a worldwide common grid reference system.

The GPS concept is predicated upon accurate and continuous knowledge of the spatial position of each satellite in the system with respect to time and distance from a transmitting satellite to the user. The GPS receiver automatically selects appropriate signals from the satellites in view and translates these into a three-dimensional position, velocity, and time. Sys- tem accuracy for civil users is normally meters horizontally. The Grid MORA altitude provides terrain and man-made structure clearance within the section outlined by latitude and longitude lines.

MORA does not provide for navaid signal cov- erage or communication coverage. Grid MORA values derived by Jeppesen clear all terrain and man-made structures by feet in areas where the highest elevations are feet MSL or lower.

MORA values clear all ter- rain and man-made structures by feet in areas where the highest elevations are feet MSL or higher. Grid MORA State altitude supplied by the State Authority provides feet clearance in moun- tainous areas and feet in non-mountainous areas.


Jeppesen EASA-FCL General Student Pilot Route Manual GSPRM

This service bulletin is designed to communicate important information to Jeppesen Airway Manual customers. A comprehensive list of all enroute, plotting and area charts worldwide with latest release dates. The following information has been created to support you during the transition period, which is scheduled to run through late To support you during the implementation Jeppesen provides you with interactive pilot training as online training or download SCORM format plus Operational Risk Assessment. It provides a single, fully integrated and coordinated routing scheme.


Charts and Airway Manual





Related Articles