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Jeppesen Airway Manuals vs. AsA AIP ERSA

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1035086 created the topic: Jeppesen Airway Manuals vs. AsA AIP ERSA

Dear friends and administrator,

Hi. New to the forum. Currently doing my CPL and the next paper will be navigations. I thought it will be a better idea to start to learn to use the jeppesen airway manuals early as I m quite comfortable with the AIP already.

But I realized that for example the determination of BOD for Brisbane illustrated in the textbook, the values for the l attitudes is not the same (though not very much different) as the one in ersa. And for some aerodromes, there are no values for lattitudes/coordinates in the jeppesen airway manual.

is it possible if someone can shed some light on where we can get the values in the airway manuals?

thank you
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samdol1978 replied the topic: Jeppesen Airway Manuals vs. AsA AIP ERSA

yo bro. did you passed the navigation paper yet? Mine is scheduled on 26th Oct 2019.

Able to share what was frequently touch on for your paper?

BOD, EOD, PNR, fuel margin, TMG/HDG and FPT? Anything else amiss?
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