The new edition includes the Caribbean VFR Aeronautical Charts
(CAC-1 and CAC-2, an example of which is at right), which were first published in 2016 and replace the discontinued World Aeronautical Charts
(WACs) as well as several other charting and symbology changes.
Caption: A raster aeronautical chart
is augmented with a drone flight path against adverse radar detection patterns and missile ranges over the Persian Gulf, provided by AGI's System Tool Kit.
Second, when I looked at the Love Field Class D area, I noticed two VFR reporting points to the east of Love Field that were not on our Phoenix Sectional Aeronautical Chart
The report said the fathers would not have been able to see the pylons in the bad weather and they were not marked on aeronautical charts
were, said the court, "highly technical tools" resembling compasses which would be treated as products for strict liability purposes.
The GPSMAP 696 also includes Garmin FliteCharts, an electronic version of the National Aeronautical Chart
Office (NACO) U.
The Caribbean VFR Aeronautical Chart
series and Alaska VFR Wall Planning Chart are both brand new.
According to the FAA's Aeronautical Chart
User's Guide, sectional and terminal charts typically show man-made obstacles extending up more than 200 feet agl "unless they appear in yellow city tint.
Caption: View of a joint command & control system during French operations over Libya in 2011: a legacy raster aeronautical chart
is used as a base layer, while Web map services display location of Libyan air defence and ballistic missiles, as well as information on their type and range.
The "links" tab takes the user to Sky Vector's aeronautical chart
website, which we found easy to use, includes weather information and graphical TFRs.
Perhaps the most interesting one is Appendix 2, Sample Topographic and Special Maps, which includes topographic maps and city plans in various scales, geographic survey maps, an aeronautical chart
, a marine chart, a terrain variation map, a geodetic data map, a river segment map, a mountain pass and passage map, a water source map, an aerial photograph with coordinate grid, a photomontage, a photographic plan and a photomap.
That's why we need to consult Notices to Airmen (Notams) prior to each flight, and also refer to the Aeronautical Chart
Bulletin published in the back of each Airport/Facility Directory (A/FD).