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The mysterious absence of north west cape. Mawer, G.A. Critical essay Mar 1, 2017 1394
Charting the great lakes: 100 years 1917-2017 Michigan history. Fitzgibbon, John Cover story Mar 1, 2017 3612
Numerical researches of DGRP-type experimental frames using the finite elements method. Mikhaylovskiy, D.V.; Matyuschenko, D.M. Report Jul 1, 2016 2885
Care facilities get turn-by-turn navigation. Aug 1, 2015 309
DuraCharts: better paper for VFR: thanks to better print quality and a lower price, we favor DuraChart VFR sectionals over the FAA's offering. Anglisano, Larry Aug 1, 2015 405
Colorful new map shows global water temperatures. Brief article Jul 1, 2015 221
Feds whack map apps: got directions? Mangu-Ward, Katherine Brief article Sep 12, 2014 255
Paper VFR charts: good options and prices: a subscription means always having a current chart. Sky Sectionals provides printable charts, and Tri-Nav sells easy-to-use books of sectionals with updates. Durden, Rick Apr 1, 2013 1234
SkyCharts releases helicopter flight charts iOS app. Brief article Mar 1, 2013 205
Navionics SonarCharts. Weakley, Jeff Brief article Dec 1, 2012 181
Tabula moderna alterius hemisphaerii: the oldest surviving map of the pacific? Muller, Frederik Report Jul 1, 2012 25241
Getting what we pay for? Van West, Jeff Jan 1, 2012 627
Free FAA charts: the party's over. Dec 1, 2011 1349
Convenience: a government subsidy. Van West, Jeff Dec 1, 2011 754
What would a data-driven approach chart look like? Staff, T. Nov 1, 2011 721
Aircraft cheat sheets: if you fly irregularly, in more than one type of aircraft, or are just learning to fly on instruments, cheat sheets go a long way towards confidence in IMC. Coyne, Michael Nov 1, 2011 1573
Download vs. cards. Brief article Jun 1, 2011 141
Plot a course for lunkers: chart cards cover freshwater lakes in Florida, with depth contours, satellite photos and more. Herum, Al Nov 1, 2010 639
Navigating The Bahamas: with dependable digital chart upgrades available for navigating in The Bahamas, fewer boats now leave home without them. Richard, Joe Aug 1, 2010 946
IFR chart choices: despite electronic-charting advances, paper still rules. But the best chart products are the easiest ones to keep updated and in the airplane. Aug 1, 2010 2499
Jeppesen plate reader: the FX8 gets it right: smaller and lighter than its predecessor, the FX8 plate reader from SOLIDFX for Jeppesen plates is the best digital chart solution we've tried to date. Van West, Jeff Product/service evaluation Jun 1, 2010 1771
IFR chart choices: Air charts is top value: despite electronic inroads, paper still rules. We like Air charts for en route use, while FAA/AeroNav approach plates are easier to keep updated than Jepps. Burnside, Joseph E. Product/service evaluation May 1, 2010 2870
Digital chart rules: what does it take to make a digital representation of a chart legal for sole use in the cockpit? The answer is, "everything.". Van West, Jeff Oct 1, 2009 702
New options for e-plate readers. Brief article Sep 1, 2009 148
Electronic charting: the paperless cockpit isn't a myth, but it's not been perfected either. Various portable solutions are available, but they all have drawbacks. Burnside, Joseph E. "Jeb" Sep 1, 2009 2109
Jepp's VFR+GPS charts: best paper chart, period: they're easier to read with key information available at a glance. While there are still a few things to improve, we may never buy a sectional again. Van West, Jeff Product/service evaluation May 1, 2009 948
Forget those sectionals, here comes Jeppesen with a chart for that GPS. Brief article Sep 1, 2008 143
Electronic charts approved for Part 91. Brief article Oct 1, 2007 110
Winnipesaukee blues: you may not be able to pronounce the name of the lake, but if it's raining the day you arrive for vacation, watch out for that missed. Lane-Cummings, Kevin Sep 1, 2007 821
Digital charts, not digital paper. Van West, Jeff May 1, 2007 539
Charts and plates: air charts is top value: although we're all agog about electronic charting, the truth is that the market still prefers paper. Jeppesen's are the nicest, but Air Charts offers the top value. Trautvetter, Chad Product/service evaluation Feb 1, 2007 3056
Reading hi charts: like cliffs notes for the pressurized pilot, the high chart guides those in the flight levels and is a handy resource for the rest of us. Holston, Ken Jun 1, 2006 984
Where do you get off? On a continuing theme of NACO/Jeppesen subtleties, here's looking toward the day when the glideslope is out. McNamee, Jeff Mar 1, 2006 783
A tale of two plates: what started as a simple investigation into FDC NOTAMs revealed major differences in how Jeppesen and NACO chart obstacles. Feb 1, 2006 1323

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