Navigraph AIRAC Cycle 1411

Navigraph AIRAC Cycle 1411

Another Navigraph AIRAC (Aeronautical Information Regulation And Control) period starting on October 16th, 2014.

Let’s give some background information about the AIRAC Cycle.

The AIRAC cycle was adopted in 1964 and further improved over the years. Key are the worldwide effective dates with 28 days intervals (e.g. 4 August 2005, 1 September 2005, 29 September 2005, …). Effective days are always on a Thursday.

It may look indeed like a long period, 28 days, or even 56, but it should be understood that aeronautical information changes, mostly published through so called AIRAC Amendments.

When you want to know about the AIRAC. Have a look at the dedicated ICAO website.

Back to our Navigraph Cycle 1411, effective from October 16th.

By following this link you reach the download section of Navigraph.

Navigraph Airport / Enroute Chart Updates

Navigraph Airport / Enroute Chart Updates

Navigraph is pleased to announce that 19 airports have been added (see full list below) to a total of 2,421 airports in 201 countries, with 42,002 charts.

In total there are 1,015 added or updated airports in the latest revision. More information about the coverage can be found here.

In addition to this expansion of the coverage there are 36 updated enroute charts in this latest revision.

Airports added in this new revision are EGBO, EGFH, EGHC, EGPU, FBFT, FQTT, HHSB, KGRB, LFBN, LIPB, SBSG, UADD, UTDK, UTDT, VGBR, VGCB, VGIS, VGSD, VGSY.

For more information visit the dedicated Navigraph web page.

Navigraph AIRAC Cycle 1408

Navigraph AIRAC Cycle 1408

Another Navigraph AIRAC (Aeronautical Information Regulation And Control) period starting on July 24th, 2014.

Let’s give some background information about the AIRAC Cycle.

The AIRAC cycle was adopted in 1964 and further improved over the years. Key are the worldwide effective dates with 28 days intervals (e.g. 4 August 2005, 1 September 2005, 29 September 2005, …). Effective days are always on a Thursday.

It may look indeed like a long period, 28 days, or even 56, but it should be understood that aeronautical information changes, mostly published through so called AIRAC Amendments.

When you want to know about the AIRAC. Have a look at the dedicated ICAO website.

Back to our Navigraph Cycle 1408, effective from July 24th.

By following this link you reach the download section of Navigraph.

Navigraph AIRAC Cycle 1407

Navigraph AIRAC Cycle 1407

Another Navigraph AIRAC (Aeronautical Information Regulation And Control) period starting on June 26th, 2014.

Let’s give some background information about the AIRAC Cycle.

The AIRAC cycle was adopted in 1964 and further improved over the years. Key are the worldwide effective dates with 28 days intervals (e.g. 4 August 2005, 1 September 2005, 29 September 2005, …). Effective days are always on a Thursday.

It may look indeed like a long period, 28 days, or even 56, but it should be understood that aeronautical information changes, mostly published through so called AIRAC Amendments.

When you want to know about the AIRAC. Have a look at the dedicated ICAO website.

Back to our Navigraph Cycle 1407, effective from June 26th.

By following this link you reach the download section of Navigraph.

X-Plane 10.30 GNS430 Data Support

X-Plane 10.30 GNS430 Data Support

Navigraph would like to share the following message with us.

Navigraph is not only supporting X-Plane’s default nav database, but also the brand new GNS430 approach-capable GPS navigator launched with X-Plane 10.30. Already now available in the FMS Data Manager or as a manual download for beta testing with X-Plane 10.30!