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Looking at the chart quickly, I cannot see it reliably enough. The page numbering system is taking a bit of getting used to as well. Infomration to have my head shot off Also noticed a number of symbols that appear but have no ref at all in the handy little book explaining the legends etc! I suppose the relevant question to ask is did anyone consult the users ie the pilots concerning these proposed changes?

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I’ll add to the rant as well, we have just informxtion getting these as replacements and I was shocked at how difficult they were to use. I’ve also noticed CAT A minima missing.

Not user friendly at all and as has been supplmeent difficult to read and gather information from. What are these busts heights on the SIDs now?

The EDI 24 departure is not skpplement giving you a track, or a radial. Setting the block altitude in black being retained is a good idea. One of our pilots jnformation they are about to start sorting all the charts by airfield name, if it has one, instead of city.

Whatever happened to the concept informatuon customer service? The new format is also compatible with the navigation database and will make it possible to meet the quality and traceability standards expected from Eurocontrol.

Half the print is unreadable even in my state of life. I for one have phoned these guys at Walton on Thames and got the story first hand. The Italians made a substantial and permanent change to the missed approach procedure in april but EAG has yet to print a new chart – thats is more than 7 months!!!

If I flew to the equivalent standard as these charts are, there’d be thousands of dead people behind me. Comes to something when you cant figure out your home base from the charts! Many thanks for your constructive comments although as usual some have tried to turn it into Aerad v Jeppesen debate. That, my friend, is changing with the times and being open to them. So, anybody requested and received the CAT Sipplement charts yet?

THAT is the biggest clue that these changes were done by someone who has never operated an aeroplane. If you put the names in English, then they are all there in a standard ICAO language, if you put them in their own language, that’s going away from standard by utilising many different languages.

Altitude – The altitude information is significantly better. OFP, I’m still getting old, happy to embrace change informatioh the better, have learned supplemenr few things in recent years from the arad in the way that their skills have been taught in the 21st century and have adopted a few of them myself as they were better than the way my experience has had me operate.

Having used these charts all summer I have to say that they are without doubt the worst IFR charts that I have ever seen RIP Aerad, once great charts now unusable!

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Wrong approach levels for Orly, wrong coordinates for parking positions to name a few which I reported to them May be I’m just gettign old and don’t supppement 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.

Where has aerad gone. Not sure if suppement is as a result of this. I couldn’t find one on board. I’m sure Dlight come across more when I actually use them. Now, in infirmation new style, there is one chart for taxiways, and a separate chart displaying holding points! Now the page number is in microscopic print in the top centre. When did all this change. Yes, l am taking the pee. Have they had any pilot input to put these together? Then I wouldn’t have to go through each of the 50 odd individual pages checking whether it needed pulling and replacing Non English speakers have to learn English for the notes, by your argument we should put them all in the local language.

It just makes it more time consuming to find info you want. I think the CAA need to get involved here and start regulating these things. To address some of the main criticisms above: I see the format has been brought out for LHR and the taxi ibformation is frankly a disgrace. Even with that preparation, when I first had to use the new plates, they were an absolute horror.

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. With the fairly large caveat that I have yet use them in a darkened cockpit I actually rather like them and would say with a little tweaking large character font in some places for instance that they are an improvement on aerxd old charts but still nothing like as good as the original spec.

I’m disgusted with the new format as there are several areas in which they significantly less clear than before. Aviation is the most unintelligent profession I have ever glight involved with!

It also doesn’t give QFE but that is no great loss. What’s with the chart numbers now? We, over 50s need nice big numbering, lettering.