The annual e Bird taxonomy update will begin this Tuesday, 15 August.
The process will continue for at least a couple days.
(ARINC) Specification 424, the global standard for navigation system databases and creates the unique electronic format outputs required by the major FMS and GPS unit and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs).
Jeppesen also has the capability to process unique customer data and add it to an individual military organization's navigation data package, including custom terminal approach procedures, custom waypoints, or custom routes.
It’s the #1 question we hear at Sporty’s: “I’m looking at the Fore Flight, Garmin and Wing X apps, but I don’t know which one to buy. ” Sorry to disappoint, but there’s no quick answer.
Each of the three apps has a lot to offer, but often in different ways and with different emphases.
Jennifer’s name was drawn randomly from the 1,769 eligible e Birders who achieved the July challenge threshold.
Jennifer will receive new ZEISS Conquest HD 8×42 binoculars for her e Birding efforts.
So while we can’t pick a winner that is best for every pilot, we can offer a side-by-side comparison of the core features, and offer some (completely biased) opinions. One of the first things you’ll notice about any app is the way it’s structured and how you navigate through the various features. Chances are any one of these changes may impact your next flight. Jeppesen processes over 100,000 Nav Data records each cycle.All three are excellent at this, although they approach it in different ways.Let’s look at how you might plan a flight and get a weather briefing in each app. Each app covers the essentials: briefing new airports, planning routes and checking weather.
We do this once a year to reflect the most recent changes in avian taxonomy: splits, lumps, name changes, and changes in the sequence of the species lists.