• VST VERLAG - AIR NAVIGATION CHARTS
  • VST VERLAG - AIR NAVIGATION CHARTS
  • VST VERLAG - AIR NAVIGATION CHARTS
  • VST VERLAG - AIR NAVIGATION CHARTS
  • VST VERLAG - AIR NAVIGATION CHARTS
  • VST VERLAG - AIR NAVIGATION CHARTS
  • VST VERLAG - AIR NAVIGATION CHARTS
  • VST VERLAG - AIR NAVIGATION CHARTS
  • VST VERLAG - AIR NAVIGATION CHARTS
  • VST VERLAG - AIR NAVIGATION CHARTS
AVAILABLE SINCE: .
04/09/20082900
PUBLISHER
SOLD AND DISPATCHED BY

Get stuck into Bert Groner’s "Air Navigation Charts" and learn about the different kinds of charts that are available to pilots from one of the leading German writers on flight simulation. Bert provides you with an in-depth explanation on the content and meaning of navigation charts as well as stating sources and links for reading and downloading more information on flight planning. All charts were reproduced with permission of world market leader Jeppesen - www.jeppesen.com. The information contained in this booklet is not just limited to the charts of one supplier but can be applied to those from other sources such as
Navigraph (www.navigraph.com).

To round off this “MUST HAVE” booklet, there’s a flight tutorial from Munich in Germany to Nice in France which is illustrated with all relevant charts and an appendix containing an explanation of the symbols and abbreviations used on the charts and in aviation.

Already a Simmarket bestseller for our German readers, "Air Navigation Charts" was translated by well known native English speaker and aviation enthusiast Richard Donaldson from Bert's German original.

Please note that prints will be delivered as binded DIN-A4-booklets with a coloured title-page and double-sided black-and-white (digital) printed pages inside.

read more
NOTES
THIS IS A BOOK Please note that the PDF will be delivered on CD-ROM and fully coloured; prints will be delivered as binded DIN-A4-booklets with a coloured title-page and double-sided black-and-white (digital) printed pages inside.
Customers who bought this product also purchased
Customer Reviews
VREF SIMULATIONS - EKRN - BORNHOLM AIRPORT MSFS
Pedro
Good scenery, fair price for quality, a great substituion for the default one
VREF SIMULATIONS - EKRN - BORNHOLM AIRPORT MSFS
Pedro
Great job on the scenery, simple and good, works fine and do a good job over the default
VREF SIMULATIONS - EKRN - BORNHOLM AIRPORT MSFS
juan
I honestly Don't fly to EKRN in previous sims, But the quality in this scenery for the price, is actually magnificent . 100% would recommend it to a friend.
VREF SIMULATIONS - EKRN - BORNHOLM AIRPORT MSFS
Paul
amature modelling and ground work. Not worth at all. Great attempt though, but not payware quality yet. Ground work looks plain and boring with no wear/tear. (as good as default).
TOLISS INC - A321 X-PLANE 10/11
Hussein
As a real Captain on the A321 this is the best and most accurate Airbus ever made for any sim out there ,,,I give it a 5 out of 5
TITANSIM - RJEC ASAHIKAWA AIRPORT P3D
SangHyun
nice scenery. this is a small airport north of Japan. I flew on RJEC - RKSI on 737 short haul international flight.
YD DESIGN - BAY CITY-KBYY-MSFS2020
Don R
KBYY - Bay City Regional Airport is a great little airport for MSFS 2020 if like GA flying this is a nicely modeled airport to fly out of for the price point highly recommend
FSXCENERY - OMDW DUBAI AL MAKTOUM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FSX P3D
Jake
Not a good scenery at all. I am well aware that it is a cheap scenery but honestly it is not even worth the money for whta it is. First off, the airport parking positions are terribly wrong. The airport is missing many gates and the gates are not even labelled according to the charts. I do not understand why aeronautical charts were not referenced... On that note, the gates at the Emirates Sky Cargo ramp are not even positioned properly. They are suppose to be facing the building not the other way. Very poorly done. Second issue, the dynamic lighting. The dynamic lighting is horribly done. Most spots are without it and I do not see how hard it could be to ensure all spots have it... Thirdly, I reached out several times via email and never to this day got a response. Not good customer service. It seems that Fsxcenery is simply throwing trashy sceneries out there and not even consulting charts or anything when making them. And it seems that when you go to reach out about an issue, you get absolutely no response. I know that this is sadly the only OMDW scenery for P3D but it isn't even worth it.
FLIGHT SIMULATOR INNOVATIVE ADDONS - FLIGHT SIMULATOR FIRST OFFICER PROFESSIONAL EDITION FSX P3D
Paul
An excellent add-on which has so far worked flawlessly with my PMDG and QW aeroplanes. I'm eagerly awaiting the PMDG 747 version.
FLIGHT 1 - QUALITYWINGS ULTIMATE 787™ COLLECTION FOR P3D V4/5 (64-BIT)
Austin
My experience with this aircraft has been nothing but positive. I would say this probably has the same systems depth as the Aerosoft A330 pro ( a guess as I do not have the A330 ), which is enough to do IFR plans which instrument approaches and even missed approaches. However, the lack of failure simulations makes it near, but not quite PMDG level. The HUD is modeled beautifully, as is the A/C propensity to overspeed on taxi requiring careful monitoring of one's ground speed. The textures are well done, and the liveries are sharp and crisp, whether they are QW bespoke or from someone like inibuilds. There is a tutorial by Jon Fly on YouTube I highly recommend, as he walks through the Cold and Dark with a real world 787 captain. AviationPro also does a good Cold and Dark. I will say that the only negative for me is the fact that you cannot do a proper programming of ETOPS alternates with their own fixes, although it is not enough for me do down-vote it a star. I say the value for money is there and that this is the only proper 787 sim on the market for P3D. Also, I would say that this is definitely for someone who wants more system depth, but is not quite ready to take the plunge into the world of Leonardo, PMDG, Milviz, or FsLabs. Also recommend for someone like who likes to travel those more niche direct routes ( IAD-ZRH, DFW-HNL, EWR-HHN ) that do not get serviced by 77Ws and 744s.
your country/region of residence